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Once you have submitted your new organization request through OrgSync you'll need to contact the student organizations office in Wood Center for a meeting regarding your club proposal. We are conveniently located in the Wood Center offices, available via phone at 474-1170, or by email at 

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Student Organization name:

International Association of Emergency Management Student Chapter

Student Organization Description:
The University of Alaska Fairbanks is excited to be the first Alaskan University to belong to the IAEM Student Chapter! Since 2008, our Emergency Management and Homeland Security degree program has grown to 120+ students and counting! The students of our program extend far beyond the Fairbanks, Alaska. We are proud of such a diversified student base and to accommodate the needs of our students we offer courses that include both in person courses at our Fairbanks campus or online through UAF’s Center of Distance Education. The Homeland Security and Emergency Management program expands on student’s technical skills and fosters an environment that allows students to confidently provide administrative and supervisory control and work in leadership/management positions within fire, law enforcement, emergency medical, security, and military career fields. Our degree enables students to further their education, increase their competitive advantage for advancement opportunities and strengthen their operational understanding in the Emergency Management and Homeland Security profession. All of this could not be achieved with out our partnerships with FEMA’s Higher Education Program and the Department of Homeland Security’s Center for Homeland Defense and Security University and Agency Partnership Initiative and most recently our membership and collaboration with the International Association of Emergency Managers Student Chapter. For more information regarding our most recent partnership with the IAEM Student Chapter please contact our Chapter President James at For more information regarding the University of Alaska Fairbank’s Emergency Management and Homeland Security Program please visit

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