The Biology Department sponsors three student clubs:


  Rachael Cooper
Vice President:  Krysten Goulski
Secretary:  Ama Boateng
Treasurer:  Angelica Ruiz

Faculty advisor:  Aline Davis
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The club establishes relationships with health professionals and organizations, and educates the campus community and club members on what it means to be interested in health professions. In addition, this club offers resources and guidance to pre-health students on obtaining hands-on experience in the field of health care.

Meetings: The Aspiring Health Professionals Club meets every Tuesday at 6 pm in Hemenway G36.

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Faculty advisor: Dr. Stephen Dinkelacker

FSU Herpetology offers students a chance to learn more about the world of reptiles and amphibians through field outings, lectures from professional herpetologists, and allows students to immerse themselves into the different aspects of herpetology. This club will give a leg up to any future biologists looking to expand their knowledge of the field as well as any students looking to obtain more knowledge in a field of study that interests them. Visit the FSU Herpetology Laboratory website for more information.

Meetings: The Herpetology Club meets every other Tuesday at 2:30 pm in Hemenway 313.


President:  Deborah Toupouzis
Vice President:  Connor Fleming
Secretary:  Taylor Tocci
Treasurer:  Craig Green

Faculty advisor:  Brandi Van Roo
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The Wildlife Club prepares club members for professional careers in wildlife biology, conservation, and management by arranging techniques workshops, inviting guest lecturers, and seeking opportunities for professional networking. The club also provides educational activities to the campus community about wildlife and wildlife-related issues.

Meetings: The Wildlife Club meets every Monday at 1:30pm in Hemenway 225.

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