TriBeta not only connects you to a community of biology students, membership also has many other benefits!
Research scholarships and travel grant opportunities
Gain experience in research proposal writing
Opportunity to present your research at district and national TriBeta conventions
Research presentation awards given annually
Ability to submit your undergraduate research in BIOS, TriBeta's quarterly journal of Biology, for publication review and consideration at no cost
Free online subscription to BIOS
Leadership Opportunities and more...!
Hailey Kerns, member of the Sigma Omega Chapter at St. Leo University,
shares about her TriBeta experience:
"If you join this group, you will get so much support and information.” You will get to network with upperclassmen who’ve already gone through the courses you may be starting as a newer student. You’ll also get one-on-one time with some amazing professionals working in the field who are always willing to share what it took them to get to where they are in their careers.”
Dr. Borysov, chapter advisor of the Sigma Omega Chapter at St. Leo University:
“Students can gain so many skills to make themselves more effective leaders in their next academic program if a student pursues graduate school or at a place of employment.
Plus, it’s a fun, relaxed, and honest environment beyond the classroom.”
Hailey Kerns, member of Sigma Omega Chapter at St. Leo University, giving her two thumbs up while conducting research in the lab.
WHY JOIN TRIBETA?
Evan Floyd, Chapter President of the Beta Omega chapter at Mercer University shares about his TriBeta experience.
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A Sigma Tau chapter favorite, its annual beach cleanup partnered with the Ocean Conservancy and Florida State Parks. The chapter adopted a 4-mile stretch of Florida’s gulf coast in the Alligator Point and Bald Point area and has cleaned this area of coastline every September for over 20 years.