Biology Degree Clubs and Activities
Beta Beta Beta is a national biology honor society on Mount Union’s campus. The Xi Zeta Chapter was established at Mount Union in 2001, and is a society specifically for students who are dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research. Members must be biology majors or environmental biology majors and must have completed at least three hours of non-introductory classes in the biological sciences with an average grade of B in all biology classes at the time of initiation.
Students for Environmental Awareness (SEA) is a student-led organization on Mount Union’s campus. SEA provides students, faculty, staff and community members with the opportunity to work together to promote the protection of the environment, educate the public regarding environmental concerns and encourage practices that benefit the earth. This organization is an active environmental group on campus and is open to any interested student.
Darwin’s Birthday Party is celebrated each year on February 12 on Mount Union’s campus. In celebration of Charles Darwin’s birthday, biology students and faculty members watch movies, participate in Darwin trivia games and eat birthday cake.
Association of Pre-Physician Assistant Students (APPAS)
Interested in the physician assistant graduate program? The purpose of APPAS is to promote educational experiences and provide a route for students seeking to pursue continued education as a Physician Assistant (PA). APPAS provides members opportunities for shadowing, volunteering and patient care as it relates to the PA profession. The organization seeks to help undergraduate students prepare for the application and interview process required for entry into a PA program.
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