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American Medical Student Association - Graduate Chapter

The American Medical Student Association (AMSA) is the largest national association run by pre-medical and medical school students. AMSA's mission includes educating students on essential topics that diverge from the traditional curricula, unifying physicians in training from across the country, and empowering students through advocacy initiatives. The AMSA Graduate Chapter will host several events such as the national fall AMSA conference, the annual Food Talk, and the suturing event. Through these events, the AMSA Graduate Chapter aims to improve the future of medicine through student involvement and education.

Leela Rangachar | Katerina Jou | Kush Patel | Terrique Pinnock

American Medical Women's Association

The American Medical Women's Association is dedicated to advancing women in medicine and to improve women's health. Through developing leadership and advocacy skills, we hope to empower the next generation of female physicians.

Rachel Wong | Sunaina Mahendrakar | Dona Kiriella| Anika Azam

American Society of Landscape Architecture Student Chapter at the City College of New York

The ASLA-NY Student Chapter at the Spitzer School of Architecture provides a direct link between the largest organization of professional landscape architects and the only accredited MLA program in New York City. The student chapter provides events, meetings and other opportunities for students to gain connections to practicing landscape architects, as well as a practical understanding of the field of landscape architecture in New York City.

Catherine Priolet | Emily Cote | Jeana Pearl Fletcher | Lindsay Ruotolo

Biomedical Engineering Graduate Student Association

The BMEGSA aims to bring together the students of our department through social and team-building activities.

Kevin Walsh | Zeinab Esmaeilpour | Nigel Gebodh | Andrea Corti

Chemical Engineering Graduate Student Association

Our club is here to help foster the community of the Chemical Engineering department and help Graduate Students in networking with professionals.

Dennis Burgner | Debayon Dutta | Seungri Kim | Pedro Bertolini

CSOM Gardening Club

The CSOM Gardening Club is hoping to bring the CCNY and Harlem community back to nature. We want all members and participants to get their hands dirty and learn about nutrition as preventive medicine.

Gillian Perez | Akhila Chilakala | Eugene Ahn | Lucresse Tato

Educational Theatre Club

The Educational Theatre Club represents the graduate students in the Educational Theatre program; under the Childhood Education Department; who seek connections in the education field; CCNY and the Harlem community at large. The club aims to provide its members with the opportunity to share lesson plans; theatrical activities for Pre K-12 students; perfect their teaching pedagogy and network with individuals currently working in the field of Educational Theatre and foster their personal artistry.

Elizabeth Miller | Jamie Schmidt | Michael Tuck | Rebecca Griffing

Graduate Architecture Club

The Graduate Architecture Club is an organization for graduate architecture students to meet to discuss issues and share ideas. The GAC has a goal of enhancing the educational, social and cultural opportunities in the Spitzer School of Architecture graduate community.

Liza Otto | Samantha Richman | Sayem Shah | Shyanne Sonnenberg

Graduate Art History Society

The Graduate Art History Society is dedicated to promoting the appreciation of art history at a graduate level, by supporting art historical events, publications, organizations and persons, and by encouraging the growth of personal and group interests.

Alison Powell | Colleen Sullivan | Hana Pyzik | Emma Trodella

Green for Gaea

Green for Gaea (G4G) is a sustainability club aimed at bringing together medical students who care about the climate crisis and want to do something about it. We promote education, advocacy, and action in our lifestyle habits and in when it intersects with healthcare. We believe that our choices can make a difference and hope to start a movement within our Sophie community to start recognizing the global threat that climate change brings and how it will affect our future delivery of care for our patients to come.

Ana Jimenez | Hannah Contreras | Bjarne Faraon | Barbara Williams

Health Professions Recruitment and Exposure Program
Graduate Chapter

The Health Professions Recruitment and Exposure Program is a mission-based program that reaches out to high schools in underserved communities and brings them to the CUNY School of Medicine. We bring high school students to the campus every Tuesday from 4:30 to 6:30 pm to expose them to the sciences of medicine, and to expose them to different health care professions. We also provide our students with mentoring sessions. Our mentors are current medical students and undergraduate students in the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education Program. Our hopes for our high school students is to bring them closer to healthcare and to make them realize that they, too, can be a part of medicine.

Genefer Duran | Crystal Antony | Kaitlyn Kennedy | Jaileessa Casimir

Hockey for Health

Hoping to bring hockey to the CCNY community so that they can learn the ways in which it can improve health.

Shivam Khatri | Pranav Parsi | Michael Xerras | Tara Ranjbar

Physician Assistant Program Student Society in the CUNY School of Medicine (PAPSSCSM)

The PA Club's aim is to promote awareness of and increase the interest in PA profession. We advise prospective students on relevant PA program policies, answer questions about the courses and support their applications. We try to give back to the community as often as possible by volunteering with local organizations and holding fundraisers for local community service organizations.

Lisa Chen | Min Lin | Lauren Diaz | Mary Boadu

Physicians for Human Rights
Graduate Chapter

Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) is dedicated to increasing awareness of mass atrocities and severe human rights violations around the world. PHR is a national nonprofit organization that believes in using the unique skills and credibility of health professionals to advocate for persecuted health workers, prevent torture, document mass atrocities, and hold those who violate human rights accountable. Our chapter aims to educate, advocate, and fundraise to support causes that represent the mission of PHR as we work towards a more informed, healthy, and peaceful world. In the coming years, our undergraduate and graduate chapters will be taking on an opioid initiative in collaboration with CCNY leadership.

Sebastian Hajtovic | Jacqueline Liu | Hadi Aziz | Sheilla Salcedo

Sophie Davis Student Government

The Sophie Davis Student Government advocates on behalf of Sophie students and conveys the needs and concerns of the student body to the Deans. We organize the monthly Deans' Lunches, Freshman Picnic (to welcome the newest members of our Sophie family and connect them with mentors), Gift Exchange, Ice Skating, Finals Free Breakfast, Health Fair and Wellness Fair (a way for students to give back to the community).

Rose Gedeon | Jonathan Albury | Vincent Yao| Farhan Haque

Student National Medical Association
Graduate Chapter

Student National Medical Association (SNMA) is committed to supporting current and future underrepresented minority medical students, addressing the needs of underserved communities, and increasing the number of clinically excellent, culturally competent and socially conscious physicians.

Ivie Odiase | Olutobi Oridota | Kayla Lewis | Neha Balapal