Academics

There are many ways to get involved with academics outside of the classroom. These clubs bring students with certain academic interests together to learn and inform others more about the subject.

Alpha Kappa Psi
AKPsi is the premier co-ed business professional fraternity in the world with over 250 chapters in the United States, Europe and Canada. The Rho Psi Chapter at JHU focuses its activities on professional development and brotherhood. Brothers of AKPsi are among the best students interested in business and involved in the campus and in the community.
(Club Website: http://web1.johnshopkins.edu/akpsi/)

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)
A forum on the latest trends in aerospace for aerospace enthusiasts of all kinds. We hold lectures, go on aerospace-related trips, and invite professionals to moderate discussions of current issues at our meetings. We frequently offer networking opportunities with professionals in the AIAA-related fields.
(Club Website: http://jhuaiaa.weebly.com/)

Bioethics Society- Coming Soon! 
The Hopkins Undergraduate Bioethics Society (HUBS) is an extracurricular organization that attempts to take creative approaches to the field of bioethics. We attract students from all departments. Whether you are interested in literary theory, South Asian studies, or even physics, bioethics is a highly interdisciplinary field waiting to be explored. In addition to hosting the occasional lecture or discussion, we are looking for new ways of incorporating and applying what we know to social media and entertainment.
(Club Website: http://jhubioethics.wordpress.com/)

Financial Analysts Club- Coming Soon!
The Marshal L. Salant Student Investment Team provides Hopkins undergraduate students from the Whiting School of Engineering and the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences the opportunity to make actual investment decisions in managing a portfolio. By participating in this investment program, students will receive a unique business experience that will enhance their career opportunities.
(Club Website: http://jhu.edu/salant/About%20Us.html)

JHU Model United Nations Conference
The JHU Model UN Conference is a four-day event hosted every year for some 1,400 high school students from across the country. Roughly 100 JHU students take part as staff members for the conference.
(Club Website: http://www.jhumunc.org/

JHU Pre-Law Society- Coming Soon! 
“The Johns Hopkins Pre-Law Society wishes to inform and aid students in the law school application process and to bring together the undergraduate, graduate, and alumni populations thereby smoothly integrating the greater Hopkins legal community. The Society holds various approximately general body meetings per semester, and several legal career/law school education oriented events, LSAT training prep sessions, alumni mixers, and symposiums during throughout the year.
(Club Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Johns-Hopkins-University-Pre-Law-Society/148305808534327)

National Society of Black Engineers 
NSBE’s mission is to increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community. The H.O.M.E.S chapter of NSBE provides workshops and many resources for minority students involved in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) field.
(Club Website: http://web1.johnshopkins.edu/homes/)

NeuroJAYS
The mission of NeuroJAYS is to provide undergraduates interested in Neuroscience with a relaxed setting in which the theory and implications of some of the most important articles in the field can be discussed and better understood.
(Club Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/197097526976196?ap=1)

Nu Rho Psi
Nu Rho Psi—the Johns Hopkins University Honor Society for Neuroscience—draws its founding principles from the Society for Neuroscience, including its “scientific, educational, literary and charitable” purposes. The society is a gathering of neuroscience students and faculty devoted to the study of cellular and molecular processes, the biological networks of the nervous system, computational approaches to the mind, and the phenomena of cognition. Our goals include facilitating undergraduate independent research and discussion of discoveries in the brain sciences. We are also committed to service for the general community, contributing through educational programming and supporting beneficial public policy initiatives. The aim of Nu Rho Psi is to nurture the intellectual and ethical strength of our members and generate a collaborative network for both present and future.
(Club Website: https://johnshopkins.collegiatelink.net/organization/nurhopsi)

Omicron Delta Kappa
Omicron Delta Kappa, or ΟΔΚ, also known as The Circle, or more commonly ODK, is a national leadership honor society and a quasi-secret society in regards to the way its members are selected and kept secret for a period of time. Membership in the Omicron Delta Kappa Society, awarded to undergraduate junior and senior students; to graduate students; to faculty, staff, administration, and alumni; and to persons qualifying for membership “honoris causa,” is regarded as one of the highest collegiate honors that can be awarded to an individual. Student membership candidates must rank in the upper 35 percent of their school or college and must show leadership in at least one of the five phases of campus life.
(Club Website: https://johnshopkins.collegiatelink.net/organization/omicrondeltakappa)

Women’s Pre-Health Leadership Society
The Women’s Pre-Health Leadership Society (WPHLS), the first-ever honor society on campus that exclusively recognizes the achievements and accomplishments of young women pursuing the pre-health sciences. Our society consists of about twenty female undergraduate students who have demonstrated academic excellence, commitment to community service, and a passion in pre-health studies. Our mission is to provide a forum for young women to inspire and empower one another, while addressing the current healthcare and professional issues and concerns facing all women, and promoting the next generation of female physicians and scientists. Our group provides a platform for female undergraduates to exchange ideas and experiences, mentor one another, and receive guidance through the medical school preparation process.
(Club Website: http://jhu.edu/wphls/)