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AMSA

American Medical Student Association (AMSA)

President: Markala Ross Faculty Advisor: Dr. Caroline Sheppard Meetings: Typically on Wednesdays at Noon or Thursdays at 12:30 pm Facebook Page: Clayton State AMSA About: AMSA is a student organization that provides support for pre-medical and allied health students.

Biology Club

Biology Club

President: Maria Delgadillo Faculty Advisors: Dr. Jacqueline Jordan, Dr. Ann Showalter and Dr. Paul Melvin Meetings: Typically on Wednesdays at 1:00 pm About: The Biology Club is not just for biology majors, but for all students who are interested in the field of biology.

 
SEEDS

Strategies for Ecology Education, Diversity, and Sustainability (SEEDS)

President: Ariel Blanton Faculty Advisors: Dr. Jere Boudell and Dr. Ann Showalter Meetings: Typically every other Friday (bimonthly) - look for the flyers! National Organization Site: ESA SEEDS About: Our mission is to diversify and advance the profession of ecology by promoting opportunities that stimulate and nurture the interest of students, particularly underrepresented students. All students interested in organismal biology and environmental science are welcome.

TriBeta

Phi Upsilon Chapter of Beta Beta Beta

President: Adrian Stewart Faculty Advisors: Dr. Stephen Burnett and Dr. Barbara Musolf Meetings: TBA About: The Phi Upsilon Chapter of Beta Beta Beta was established at Clayton State on November 10, 2009. The organization promotes greater understanding of biological issues and supports extending what we know of biology through scientific research. To be a regular member, students are required to complete the biology introductory course sequence, three upper level courses, and to maintain a 3.0 GPA in Biology. Associate members may join following completion of the biology introductory course sequence and maintenance of a 2.5 GPA. Members are required to engage in service and to support research in the biological sciences.