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Don’t forget to get involved in social functions outside the classroom. Student organizations help you connect with other students who have the same interests as you, network with industry professionals, get involved in your campus and community. Enrich your college experience by participating in a student organization.
The Department of Informatics has three organizations you can be a part of:
Advanced Technology Student Organization
Are you an INT major or just interested in technology? Join the Advanced Technology Student Organization (ATSO). This organization meets regularly to complete various technology activities and hosts Tiger LAN, a fun event where students from all over Kansas bring their computers to FHSU and play all kinds of games on the same network. The organization also takes a trip each semester to tour businesses related to the different academic programs available through the Department of Informatics. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Broadcast Society (NBS)
Are you interested in broadcasting and media? Work hard and you might get invited to join the National Broadcast Society. This honorarium group invites you to participate in regional and national conventions giving you the opportunity to meet other students and media professionals. You will also get a chance to enter your media projects into regional and national competitions and attend the Kansas Association of Broadcasters convention. For more information, visit the international Web site.
KFHS Broadcast Council
Want to work with the television station or the radio station? The KFHS Broadcast Council is the student organization that operates KFHS Radio and Television. Gain real life experience by working with the radio station or the television station. Any FHSU student interested in electronic media, new media, media production, or broadcasting can get involved. For more information, contact Stephen Schleicher, email@example.com.
Discovery Scholarship Program