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
- to promote undergraduate research in the biological sciences
- to promote the dissemination of biological knowledge
- to promote scholarship in the biological sciences
The 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
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.
April 27, 7:00-8:45p, Science Building, Room 1067
Please join us for a presentation of the documentary, "Medicine of the Wolf" in collaboration with the Sierra Club.
Micaela Lamari, President
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.
April 7, 2017, Second Annual Pre-Health Spring Formal
The Second Annual Pre-Health Spring Formal will be taking place on Friday, April 7th from 6:00 pm-11:30 pm! It will be located in Student Commons 2500. This is a great opportunity to honor all graduating pre-health seniors and their accomplishments thus far. This is a FREE event open to EVERYONE, and there will be a catered dinner! Formal attire and RSVP are required to attend the event. If you are graduating this semester, we would love for you to attend the event and be recognized by your peers. The evening will start with dinner, then a keynote speaker (Dr. Charles Ferguson), graduation ceremony, and then we will conclude the evening with dancing with our very own DJ WYLD KARD (Wild Card)!
Please RSVP at the following links based on whether or not you are graduating:
Graduating? RSVP @ http://tinyurl.com/springformalgrad2017
Not graduating? RSVP @ http://tinyurl.com/springformal2017
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarvenaz Chaichian, 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.
Rebekah Parrish, President
The mission of The Pre-Physician Assistant Club of the
University of Colorado – Denver is to connect fellow pre-PA students and
promote the PA career path. Preparation
for a career as a physician assistant is so diverse that we aim to be a chief
resource for students by organizing events that highlight the PA career (such
as Q&A events with PAs and PA-students) and application process (such as
personal statement, CASPA, and interview workshops). We also aim to ultimately educate the broader
campus community to the diverse role of a physician assistant, and how PAs play
an integral role into the healthcare continuum as a whole.
Parisa Kariminejad, President
Our primary mission is to serve the Denver Metro
area as a resource for pre-veterinary students preparing for admission to
veterinary school. We provide students with educational, networking, and
experiential opportunities in the diverse field of veterinary medicine.
Membership is open to all interested students
Sanju Garimella, 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.