Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) Biological Honor Society
The Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) Biological Honor Society is a national
honor society for students interested in biology. The society focuses
on undergraduate research and provides opportunities for students
interested in research to both participate in research and present their
work. The society's objectives are:
to promote undergraduate research in the biological sciences
to promote the dissemination of biological knowledge
to promote scholarship in the biological sciences
society was founded in 1922 and has over 175,000 members and 430
chapters nationwide. In addition to publishing the BIOS journal which
focuses on student research, the society sponsors annual regional and
national scientific meetings. A benefit to TriBeta student members is
eligibility to apply for research grants from the national office.
The CU Denver Chapter of the Tribeta Biological Honors
Society will be attending our annual Western District Conference at the
University of Northern Colorado on Friday evening April 17th and Saturday April
18th. We would like to invite all current undergraduate researchers to
participate. The conference is a great opportunity to present your
research at a District conference. The past few years CU Denver has returned
with awards for our presenters that have helped them to distinguish themselves
in graduate school applications.
You may also attend the conference without presenting to
get an opportunity to see biological research being conducted by other
undergraduates in the region. You do not need to be a current Tribeta member to
participate. If you are planning to present at the Research and Creative
Activities Symposium on April 17th this would be another opportunity to present
the poster you have worked hard to create. Western District Conference Author Data Sheet 2015 .pdf
Biology is a field with many different facets, ranging
from medicine, research, education, and beyond.
The goal of the University of Colorado Denver Biology Club is to build a
community at the University that appreciates this fact and would like the
opportunity to wholly experience this multi-faceted field. Through volunteer opportunities, research
options, and lecture series, the club strives to not only achieve this goal,
but to build a better connection between the students and faculty of the
Integrative Biology Department.
Future Doctors of Denver is an inclusive academic
organization that prepares undergraduate students for the process of pursuing
admission to their individual health service professional schools. By
encompassing every pre-health discipline, Future Doctors of Denver utilizes the
strength of numbers and the individual talents of its members to orchestrate
and promote successful events and volunteer opportunities. FDrD's aim is to
provide opportunities, education, and networking for students as they prepare
for the application and interviewing process for their discipline.
Zia Faizi, President
The mission of the
University of Colorado - Denver Pre-Dental club is to promote knowledge and
resources to students interested in a career in dentistry. Through workshops,
networking events, volunteer opportunities and fellowship, the UCD Pre-Dental
Club assists students to prepare for the path to dental school. Peer support
for the application process, interviewing process, Dental Admission Test and
everything in between is also a great recourse provided to pre-dental students.
Matthew Ferraro, President
The Pre-PA Club is an organization where fellow pre-PA students can connect, network, and learn more about the path towards becoming a physician assistant.
Emily S. Beck Straily, President
The purpose of this organizationis to promote and
foster the continuing education and careers of women in the science,
technology, engineering and mathematics at University of Colorado at Denver.
April 2, 5:00p-6:00p
Science Bldg. 1111
Women in STEM Panel
April 17, 3:00p-5:30p
LSC Terrace Room