Biology Club

The Biology Club aspires to create a unique community of students with a wide range of interests in the sciences. By promoting collaboration between students and professors, the club focuses on career opportunities, current developments in science and student participation in scientific research.

The Biology club offers many options for students to become actively involved in science programs on campus and in the surrounding community. Members are involved on campus through tutoring and educational opportunities at the Samuel Rudin Center, lectures from leading biologists and more. By motivating its members to engage in these various forms of student life, the Biology Club succeeds in providing a fun and educational environment in which students can actively participate.

Additionally, Biology Club members extend their participation to a number of service and philanthropic events, including walks to benefit breast cancer and ALS research.


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A group photo of the Iona Biology Club.