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Here is some basic information about tribeta. It is a national biological honor society with an emphasis on scholarship, undergraduate research, and disseminating scientific knowledge. The Tech chapter will focus on undergraduate research and developing fellowhip among biology students. Although there is a grade requirement for full membership, associate members need only an interest in biology and are welcome to join. The requirements for full membership are to have a major in a biological science, completed three semesters (2nd semester sophomores), completed three courses in biology with one upper level biology course, have a B average in those biology courses, and be in good academic standing. If you do not meet those requirements, you can be an associate member and be promoted to full membership at a later date.
For upperclassman (those who have completed more than 12 hours of Biology), they are to have a minimum of a "B" average (3.0 GPA) in all the biology classes completed and an overall "B" average (3.0 GPA). Summer courses can be included as long as they are legitimate course offerings and are included in the calculation of the GPA. A "B" in just one Biology class would not qualify for membership at the regular membership category (the Honor Society level).
For more information, please look at the national tri beta website.
We also have a page on the RSO site (the LINK). Please join if interested to keep aware of BBB activities.
April 19, 2008
From left to right: Jordan White, Jason "Helicase" Basinger, Chris Horton, Jessica Teaff, Darielle D'Mello, Nikki Scott, Sean Morrell, & Chad Cragle.
February 29th, 2008
February 17th, 2006
From left to right: Hailey Wilbanks, Lindsey Wilbanks, Sarah Norman, Kevy Wijaya, Jordan Gipson, Kathryn Smith, Samuel Jackson, Matthew Brown, Bryan Stobaugh, Darla Bryant, Kathryn McArthur, Jacqueline Hulet, Dane Haberer, Cheryl Chaney, Sarah Nichols
Here are some pictures from the 1st Installation ceremony (November 16th, 2002)
Here are some pictures from the 2nd Induction ceremony (November 15th, 2003)
Here are some pictures from the 2003 Buffalo River Canoe Trip
Here are some pictures from the 2004 Buffalo River Canoe Trip
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