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Human Biology Student Orgs

Expand Your Education

Joining a student org can improve your personal and professional life.

You don't have to separate your interests from your career in our student organizations. Any one of our clubs can help you network, make connections with like-minded friends, get internship opportunities and more. Meet representatives of each club at our OrgSmorg event every year to get a glimpse into each active organization.

Full List of Student Orgs

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Breathe Life into Your Degree!

No matter your post-graduate plans, employers and admissions committees are looking for more than just a degree. Student organizations can expand your network, boost your resume and help you explore career paths.

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Pre-Dental Club

You know the drill – joining our pre-dental club enhances professional connections and opportunities to develop your career.

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Colleges Against Cancer

Join a nationwide collaboration dedicated to eliminating cancer by initiating and supporting American Cancer Society programs in college communities.

Join the Fight  

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Dietetics Club

If you're interested in nutrition and dietetics, the Dietetics Club will feed your appetite! Activities are centered around food and nutritional science.

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Pre-Med/PA Club

Thinking about a career in medicine? Our pre-med/PA club provides volunteer opportunities, preparation for entrance exams and connections with like-minded peers.

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Honor Society

Tri-Beta is the honor society for biology, human biology and environmental science majors. If you qualify, Professor Brian Merkel, the faculty advisor, will contact you.

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Professor Debra Pearson

Get In Touch

As the faculty advisor for the Dietetics Club, Professor Debra Pearson knows the importance of student orgs. If you have any questions about getting involved on campus, connect with us!

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