Biology & Chemistry Student Organizations
The Department of Biology and Chemistry sponsors a variety of clubs for students with various scientific interests. These groups allow students to get to know their classmates, provide opportunities to be involved in community outreach and public service projects, offer tutoring resources and more.
Chemistry Club - Members of the MSU Chemistry Club are student members of the American Chemical Society (ACS). They organize and participate in outreach activities at local schools, perform service functions such as tutoring in area schools, attend regional and national meetings of the ACS and attend recreational and informational events. As a member, you’ll gain access to ACS job banks, have the chance to network with local industry leaders and professional school representatives and more. For more information on the Chemistry Club, email President Kathryn Reyner at email@example.com.
Prae-Medicorum Club - Prae-Medicorum is for students interested in pursuing a career as a physician. This society of pre-medical students holds informational meetings where representatives of medical schools visit the MSU campus to describe their school and the requirements for entrance into their program. Other events include guest speakers from local medical centers and participation in service and medical-related community activities. For information about the Prae-Medicorum Club email Dr. David Saxon at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tri Beta -The Tri Beta Club at MSU is a chapter of the National Biological Honors Society which promotes academic excellence, good community stewardship and unity among its members. At meetings, members discuss their interests, share career strategies, sponsor social events and plan outreach projects in the campus and regional communities. For more information on Tri Beta, email Dr. Michael Fultz at email@example.com.