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Biotechnology and Microbiology Club


Rachel Richman, 123 Van Es

Every other week during the academic year; meeting notices are announced through the listserv and posted in Van Es


  • Expose students, faculty and staff who have an interest in biotechnology and/or microbiology to the many different aspects related to each respective field including research, clinical, industrial, and social applications
  • Foster communication among students and faculty who share an interest in biotechnology and microbiology

Major Activities
Tours of biotechnology – and microbiology-related research facilities, industry and faculty speakers, social events, fundraisers, volunteer work, and professional conferences

Membership Requirements
Open to undergraduate or graduate students, staff and faculty members with an interest in biotechnology and microbiology

How to Join
Contact the adviser or a member; pay dues

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