Wednesday, March 30, 2011

ASSE/SEMA focus on environment cleanup

Ally Burt

     Awareness of environmental safety is a popular topic in today’s society and becoming involved with the cause is easy at NSU.
     The American Society of Safety Engineers/Safety and Environmental Management Association is committed to participating in safety and environmental conscious activities in the community. When ASSE/SEMA was introduced in 2004, student and faculty memberships totaled 16. The chapter now possesses more than 40 members and has combined forces with students from the Broken Arrow and Muskogee campuses.
     “Our upcoming projects will be Highway 10 cleanup and participating in Big Event on March 26,” said Ross Moyer, Chelsea junior.
     Moyer also said ASSE/SEMA meets every other Monday at 3:30 p.m. in the business and technology building in Room B6 and meetings are open to everyone. They will reconvene the first Monday after Spring Break.

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