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NAfME Nat'l Assoc. for Music Educators

President: Randy Sperry (

The purpose of the chapter shall be (a) to foster a strong support network for Bradley University Music Education Majors, and provide professional development, leadership, and networking opportunities (b) to assist students in developing leadership skills, academic strategies, and professional qualities. 5/16

National Art Education Association - Bradley Chapter

President: Haley Childers (


National Novel Writing Month Club (NaNo Wrimo Club)

President: Zachary Dixon (

This club exists for the purpose of aiding students in completing the National November Writing Month (NaNo WriMo) challenge, i.e. to write a 50,000 word novel in November. 8/16

National Society of Black Engineers

President: Gina Machokoto (

The objective of SBE is to pursue undergraduate and advanced degrees in engineering or related fields, and to promote public awareness of engineering and the opportunities for Blacks and other ethnic minorities in that profession, and to function as a representative body on issues and developments that affect the careers of Black and other ethnic minority engineers. 5/16

National Society of Leadership and Success

President: Audrey Buban (abuban@mail.bradley.ed)


Neuroscience Club

President: Dallas Garrison (

This club is to stimulate an appreciation of the complexities and importance of the field of neuroscience and neuroscience education. Promote student cooperation and contact between professionals and educators and to bind together students with similar interest. Also to use its knowledge for the benefit of neural and mental health organizations, charities, and the community 4/16

NPHC - National Pan-Hellenic Council

President: Martin Bonsu (

The governing body of the historically African American fraternities and sororities on campus. 6/16

Nursing Student Association (BNSA)

President: Brina Lo Destro (

Fosters greater knowledge of professional nursing as a career and promotes fellowship through seminars, guest lectures, discussions, University and community service projects and social events. 4/16