Biology Department Student Clubs
Beta Beta Beta Biological Honors SocietyFaculty Advisor: Scott Shaffer
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The Beta Beta Beta Biological Honors Society is a nationally recognized organization
for students excelling in the biology major. With student chapters spread through
out the country, SJSU’s Epsilon Alpha chapter seeks to provide students with the knowledge,
networking, and resources to prepare them for a successful career in the biological
sciences. Our goal is to create a supportive community of academically strong students
that promote opportunities in research, internships and volunteering throughout all
aspects of the biology field.
Biology Students Association (BSA)Faculty Advisor: Betsy Skovran Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
BSA is designed for students with a wide variety of interests in the vast field of
biology, from ecology and evolutionary biology, to genetics and microbiology. Our
mission is to help and better prepare students in achieving their goal of becoming
knowledgeable, determined, and professional leaders in the field of biology by providing
mentoring, opportunities for employment, internships, and volunteering in the community
throughout your educational career at SJSU.
Global Medical BrigadesFaculty Advisor: Betsy Skovran
Pre-Dental ClubFaculty Advisor: Contact Information: email@example.com
The Pre-Dental Club's purpose is to inform all members about the dental profession. We are determined to help members understand that there are many parts to the dental application. As a result, we provide critical information in regards to the DAT, letters of recommendation, resume building, and shadowing with a Dentist. We also invite dental admission representatives and dentists to come and speak to the members about their dental application experience. Moreover, along with our Pre-Health and Pre-Dental members we also make a contribution to society by volunteering with community service organizations.
Our goal is to bring together students and anyone off campus interested in the field
of optometry. With everyone's participation, we want to better prepare ourselves as
students, applicants, care givers and servants of our community. For those who are
unsure: We will bring in optometry students, school advisors, and optometrists to
answer all questions. For those who are studious: We will hold practice sessions out
of OAT (Optometry Admissions Test) booklets to learn, relearn, and challenge our knowledge. For
those confident and ready: Mock interviews will be held to prepare and test nerves
for thought-provoking questions. We strive to create a network of pre-optometry students
to provide support throughout our common endeavors.
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SJSU Pre-Pharmacy Club is a collaboration of passionate students who share the common
goal of pursuing pharmacy. We provide informational resources and networking opportunities
to help pre-pharmacy students prepare for their desired pharmacy career goals. These
opportunities include resume and personal statement workshop, pharmacy technician
workshop, and community services to help students gain better insight to the roles
of pharmacists in clinics, administration, and the community.
Pre-Veterinary ClubFaculty Advisor:
Contact Information: email@example.com The Pre-Veterinary Club is made up of students who are interested in pursuing a career in veterinary medicine. With the passion and determination to save the lives of animals, our club offers not only information about veterinary schools, but also experiences. These experiences include field trips, internship and volunteer opportunities, veterinary medical symposiums, and veterinary school representative guest speakers. We encourage those who are interested in helping animals to use this club as a way to explore the possibilties of pursuing a degree in veterinary medicine. Jessica Castillo Vardaro Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
SACNAS, the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science, is an inclusive organization. We dedicated ourselves to fostering the success of Latinx & Indigenous students, in attaining advanced degrees, careers, and positions of leadership in STEM. Throughout the academic year we host professional development workshops, social events, and community centered events. To become a member you must fill out the mandatory membership form and signup for our emailing list and attend at least 50% of chapter activities to be in good standing.
● Email: sacnaschapteratsjsu@ gmail.com
● Website: http://sacnas-at- sjsu.mailchimpsites.com/
● All of our social media handles @sacnasatsjsuJennifer Johnston
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Spartan M.D. seeks to inspire, support, and inform premedical students at San Jose State University through each step of the pre-medical process in order to increase the rate of San Jose State University students admitted into medical school after graduation. Spartan M.D. will fulfill its purpose by aiding students to explore careers in medicine, make informed decisions, navigate the premedical process, meet new people, pursue enrichment opportunities, reach for higher academia, excel in the Medical School Application process, prepare for the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT), and network with local medical students and medical schools.
The full list of SJSU student organizations can be found on the Recognized Student Orgs page.