CBU School of Sciences
Active Student Groups in the
Student groups offer both social and academic activities. Students work
together to explore their prospective careers, support one another in their
academic endeavors, and form lasting friendships in the process.
Pictured on the left are the biology research students at the 2006 Research
In Biology, we have an active chapter of Beta
Beta Beta, the national honor society for biology students. Pictured on the right is the 2006 induction ceremony for Beta Beta Beta.
In Chemistry, we have the student affiliate
of the ACS (American Chemical Society) which has received a Commendable Chapter
Award from ACS for its activities during the past academic year (2004-2005) and Honorable Mention for
the previous year (2003-2004).
In Mathematics, we have the student chapter of MAA
(the Mathematical Association of America).
In Physics, we have the
student chapter of SPS (the Society of Physics Students) which has received an
Outstanding Chapter Award
from SPS for its activities during the (2002-2003), (2003-2004), and (2005-2006) academic years.
The student discipline groups formed a volleyball team to play a team of
science faculty members in a charity volleyball game last year and again
this past spring. Both teams from spring 2004 are pictured here. For
pictures from this year's game (2007), click here.
Pictures from previous year's games can be found in the Biology Fun Photos page.
The picture on the left shows the Beta Beta Beta inductees for 2004. The picture on the right shows our
ACS student group receiving a chapter award.
The group in the picture to the right went on a biology field trip to
the Gulf Coast Research Lab which we usually do once a year. We now have a full
page of pictures from the Fall 2006 field trip
(due to Katrina we were not able to go in 2005), and
the Fall 2004 field trip and previous
trips such as for
spring trip, from the
2001 trip, and from the 2000
Pictured to the left is Dr. John Varriano, Physics Professor, interacting
with Beta Beta Beta members Angel Barritt and Michael Gipson during Brain
For more information, contact Dr. Johnny B. Holmes, Dean.
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