- Biology Club at UWM
Campus Mail: Lapham S181
Campus Office: Lapham S197
Contact: Michael Bognar, firstname.lastname@example.org
Purpose: To bring together a community of students through a common interest in the biological sciences.
Activities:Bi-weekly meetings. Past events have included professional speakers on jobs/internships/research opportuniities, study groups, rock climbing, pumpkin carving, and the annual Biological Sciences Research Symposium.
- Graduate Organization of Biological Sciences
Campus Mail: Lapham Hall Room 181
Campus Office: Lapham Hall Room S197
Contact: Vyara Matson, email@example.com
Group Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Purpose: To provide opportunities for professional development for a career in the scientific community including research, academia, and a vast array of avenues in science. To equip graduate students with the necessary tools for success in the graduate program, the university, and the community.
Activities: Workshops on curriculum vitae (resume) development, thesis and paper writing, grant proposals, and oral and prelim exam preparation. Presentations about careers, professional development, research, and the graduate student experience. Social events. Mentorship programs to connect senior graduate students with incoming students.