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Welcome to the Roger Bacon Scientific Honors Society on OrgSync!

The Roger Bacon Scientific Honors Society aims to encourage and promote mathematical and scientific studies. We do this by hosting meetings and events where students are able to interact with professionals and thus explore further education in such fields. In addition, we provide our members with the help and preparation they need to achieve such goals.

Biology, chemistry, physics, math, computer science, environmental science, and psychology majors in the St. John's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences with good academic standing are encouraged to not only attend our meetings, but to also apply for induction into the society. The requirements are as follows: attend five of our meetings and participate in five of our community service events, in addition to maintaining a minimum GPA of 3.3.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions, either through Org Sync, or shoot us an email at rogerbacon837@gmail.com. Our Instagram is @sjurogerbacon. 
 

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Description

The Roger Bacon Scientific Honors Society aims to encourage and promote mathematical and scientific studies. (STEM) We host our meetings and events where students are able to interact with professionals and explore further education in fields related to their interest. In addition, we provide our members with the help and preparation they need to achieve their goals.

Category

Honor Society

General Email (for organization)
Meeting Day

Monday and Thursday

Meeting Time

Common Hour

Meeting Location

St. Johns Hall 207

President Name

Rupinder Singh

Vice President Name

Gabriella Robayo

Treasurer Name

Beshoy Farah

Secretary Name

Olivia Hervey

Student Affairs Advisor Name

Ebony Calvin

Student Affairs Advisor Email
Advisor Phone

718-990-1357

Faculty Moderator

Dr. Richard Stalter

Selection Process

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Membership is limited to math, biology, chemistry, physics, psychology, computer science, and environmental science majors. Such students must have and maintain a minimum 3.3 overall GPA and 3.3 major GPA.

Applications for induction are released during the spring semester.