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Clubs & Organizations

There are multiple clubs and organizations that many Biology students are a part of. Below is some information about the Department of Biology clubs, as well as the president(s) of each organization and their contact information.

• Pre-Chiropractic Club

The Pre-Chiropractic Club is an organization designed to help prepare undergraduate students interested in following a chiropractic career path. Students will be able to learn what to expect when entering the chiropractic field and how to apply for chiropractic school. More importantly, the Pre-Chiropractic Club will give students the opportunity to meet and make connections with other students interested in the chiropractic field.

President Tyler Speed

 

• Pre-Dental Club

The purpose of the Pre-Dental Club is to provide interested students with knowledge of the field of dentistry. They inform students on all topics of dentistry, including taking the Dental Admission Test, applying to dental school, and career opportunities within the field. The Pre-Dental Club also gives students the opportunity to participate in dental-related simulation clinics and field trips.

President Austin Voves

 

• Pre-Medical Club

The Pre-Medical Club provides students with information regarding careers in the medical field, medical school admissions, medical school applications, and medical school options. They assist students with MCAT preparation, applying to medical school, meeting physicians, volunteer opportunities, and familiarizing themselves with the medical professions. The Pre-Medical Club hosts speakers ranging from medical school students, residents, and physicians from various specialties and sub-specialties. Representatives from medical schools also speak to the Pre-Medical Club. They arrange visits to various medical schools and hospitals. The Pre-Medical Club answers or assists students in answering any questions regarding the medical field, profession, or schooling. 

President Jade Simpson

 

• Pre-Occupational Therapy Club

The Pre-Occupational Therapy Club is an organization designed to prepare undergraduate students for a career in occupational therapy. The club will also help inform students on how to apply for a graduate program. Internships and/or job-shadowing opportunities for each student can also be set up through the Pre-Occupational Therapy Club. Above all, this club is to provide a community for individuals interested in occupational therapy.

Co-President Karli Church

Co-President Sarah Poeppe

 

• Pre-Optometry Club

Co-President Allison Gruwell

Co-President Luke Ploessl

 

• Pre-Physician Assistant Club

President Elena Lushine

 

• Pre-Pharmacy Club

President Taylor Fox

 

• Pre-Veterinary Science Club

The Pre-Veterinary Science Club focuses on animal related events and topics. They do fundraising and volunteer events to help support animal organizations, such as Black Hawk Wildlife Rehabilitation, the Cedar Bend Humane Society, and ASPIRE Therapeutic Riding Program. In addition to planning these events at club meetings, the Pre-Veterinary Science Club discusses veterinary medicine topics and ways to build your veterinary school application. They have arranged special tours at zoos and talks with local veterinarians. The Pre-Veterinary Science Club is open to anyone interested in pursuing a career in veterinary medicine or people who enjoy working with animals.

Pre-Veterinary Science Club Facebook group

President Brittany Evans

 

• Pre-Physical Therapy Club

The Pre-Physical Therapy Club holds meetings throughout the school year and places an emphasis on the application process for physical therapy school. Meetings typically consist of guest speakers, or representatives from physical therapy schools, such as the University of Iowa, St. Ambrose University, Creighton University, and Des Moines University, who come to discuss the details of their program. The club better prepares students who are considering applying for physical therapy school to strengthen their personal applications. Dues for the club are $5. This cost covers food provided at each meeting.

Co-President Alex Reif

Co-President Austin Kramer

 

• Student Nature Society

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President Nicole Hindman

 

• Beta Beta Beta (Tri-Beta)

President Jordan Weber

Treasurer Katie Goettsch

 

• Marine Biology Club

Co-President Taylor Engle

Co-President Cheyene Robertson