Biology Club

Collage of Biology Club Events

 The Biology Club provides excellent opportunities for students from all majors to get to know faculty, staff, and fellow students who have an interest in the biological sciences. It gives students the chance to interact with the community through programs and it promotes the awareness of career opportunities and graduate students in Biology.  In addition, the biology club also seeks to make a difference in the local community through volunteering and community service.

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Check out the Biology Club Facebook Page for Updates on Events and Meetings

Upcoming Events

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Recent Events:

Biology Teaching and Research Lab Tour

Biology club students were given a tour of the teaching and research labs used by the Dept. Biological Sciences.  Laboratory Technicians Diana Young and Jessica Orr showed students critical pieces of equipment including the autoclaves, PC machines, -80 freezers and explained their use and quality control procedures.  Prof. Curtis Creighton gave students a tour of research lab 217/219 and spoke about his current research projects.  Students also had the opportunity to view the Department’s collection of human brains used in the Anatomy and Physiology and Neurobiology courses (seen below).   Students interested in future tours are encouraged to visit and follow the Biology Club Facebook page for more information about future workshop dates and times.