Welcome to the NEU Biology Club page!
Our Mission: "to foster interest in the biological sciences at Northeastern University and to inspire camaraderie between students interested in the biological science majors."
We do this through a number of mixed events that range from museum trips, to presentations by faculty, co-op panels, trivia nights, science-themed parties, and NUTalk-- our biggest event of the year. We are a light-hearted and fun group that loves new members. We always have food and nerdy jokes, so join us! After all, Bio Club is Adenine and we'd like to be paired with U!
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Please email us at email@example.com if you are interested in receiving our newsletters! They contain all information on upcoming events, including meetings, off-campus outings, and other great opportunities!
The Biology Club is a great way to participate in fun biology-themed activities on and off campus, meet other students in the major, get graduate school information, and find out about upcoming lectures and events both here at Northeastern and at other institutions.
We are involved in professional events such as co-op panels, guest speakers, and undergraduate research exposiums. We also like to have fun events like parties for Darwin's birthday, Herpetology shows, etc..
This past year we have hosted TEDTalk Speakers, Northeastern Professors, and distinguished scholars and activists from around the world. Get involved!
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The Mission of this organization is to foster interest in the biological sciences at Northeastern University and to inspire camaraderie between students interested in the biological science majors. This will be accomplished through member involvement in club meetings, outings, and mentoring.