Beta Iota Omicron (BIO) Biology Club
The goal of Beta Iota Omicron (BIO) club is to help promote career awareness for students interested in life or health sciences.
The membership of this organization is open to part-time and full-time undergraduate and graduate students studying biological sciences at the University of Southern Mississippi, Gulf Park Campus, as regular members. Interested faculty and staff of the College of Science and Technology Southern Miss Gulf Coast may join as associate members.
For more information regarding BIO Club, please contact:
Blaine Eubank, president (email@example.com)
Dr. Rebecca Fillmore, faculty co-advisor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jill Arnold, faculty co-advisor (email@example.com)
- We will working at the USMGC Jazz and Blues festival on Saturday, April 19. Please check back for more details.
- Our last meeting of the semester will be April 30 at 11:45 in SB room 102. Free pizza and drinks will be provided.
BIO Club Officers (2013-2014)
Originally from Texas, Blaine is a junior and has attended USM for a year and a half. She is the SGA Representative for the College of Science and Technology, a member of The Legacy, and a member of Eco-Eagles. She hopes to attend medical school after she graduates in the Spring of 2015. In her spare time, Blaine enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.
Delilah is a senior at the university of Southern Mississippi majoring in Biological Sciences. Her interests in biology include microbiology and molecular biology . Delilah is looking forward to attending graduate school this fall. During her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and relaxing at the beach.
Public Relations Representative
Hannah is a senior double majoring in marine biology and psychology with minor in chemistry. She is a member of the Honors College, completing a thesis in psychology about choice and control of enrichment for bottlenose dolphins. Additionally, she was selected as one of the recipeints of the Eagle SPUR award and research grant for her thesis work. She has been volunteering at the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies for nearly three years and completed the facility's animal care internship. In the summer of 2012 she completed a marine mammal training internship at Sea Life Park Hawai'i. Upon graduation, she hopes to work with marine mammals and study oceanic delphinid species, particularly false killer whales.
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