USM BIOLOGY HOME PAGE
WELCOME to the BioClub website!
CLICK HERE for our annual Darwin Day Birthday Party
coming on Feb. 12th, 2015. (We'll celebrate the evolution of CAKE!)
Any student can be in the Biology Club! You don't have to be a science major. You can participate and help suggest activities. That would be great!
Just send an email to email@example.com and you'll be included.
CLICK HERE for some information about fellowships, classes, work study, internships, summer jobs, etc.
For the BioClub to be an official student club (Yay!) we need to get one student (could be anyone) to attend each BSO (Board of Student Organizations) meeting and say they represent the BioClub.
click here for the BSO website.
Mission x Officers x Fundraising x Righteousnessx Previous Outings x Grad School
To report problems with this webpage or for additional information please contact the Dave Champlin.
Join the USM Biology Club!
The USM Chapter of Beta Beta Beta (Tri-Beta)
The National Biological Honor Society
Please vist the Tri-Beta website or contact faculty advisor, Dave Champlin, to find out more.
Below are some other groups in which Bio Club students are often interested. If you have a suggestion to add, please email it to Dave Champlin. Some of the site below include opportunities for volunteers and internships. Click here for an introduction to more possibilities.
Other cool student clubs include the Chem Club, the Environmental Sciences Student Group, and the Pre-Health Professions Club.
York Center for Wildlife
Maine Entomological Society
Biodiversity Research Institute
Bioscience Association of Maine
Gulf of Maine Research Institute
Freeport Wild Bird Supply
free Saturday morning bird walks
Portland Green Drinks
Maine Medical Center Research Institute:
Center for Molecular Medicine
Vector-Born Disease Laboratory
Maine Conservation Corps
Maine Mycological Association
Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve
Avian Haven in Freedom, Maine
Children's Museum and Theatre of Maine
There are opportunities for volunteers including working on science education for children along with a small group of high school students called the Youth Rangers.
Wolfe's Neck Farm and Coastal Studies for Girls
University of New England's Marine Animal Rehabilitation Center