Current Events & Updates

Current Events & Updates

Updated Regularly: UMDNJ Visitation day; BIG/LITTLE PROGRAM; We Need Tutors in Biol 121--apply ASAP; Department Happy Hour -- FRIDAYS -- ; Cell Bio Symposium, Oct 13, Cornell Univ

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Juniors and Seniors that may be interested in joining, please see the details here:


Applications are accepted until September 20th



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Bio and Biochem students,

Are you interested in participating in the Big/Little program but were unable to attend the Ice Cream Social last Friday? There's still time to sign up! Please email by Friday, September 4th with:

  • your name
  • year
  • major

We're trying to develop a program that helps underclassmen meet upperclassmen in their major, as well as gives uperclassmen an opportunity to mentor younger students and help them with the transition to life as a Bio/Biochem major at IC.

Definitely consider signing up!

- Katie Luckett
TriBeta President

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Bio and Biochem students,

Soph-Senior Biology and Biochem majors who had done well ( > B- in Biol 121 ) are strongly encouraged to apply for a position through tutoring services

This is a paid position. 

They will be needed soon, so please apply today!

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This is a nice way to end a week and meet your Biology and Biochemistry fellow classmates and professors!

Stay tuned for details, but note these days on your schedule:

Happy Hour --  4:30 pm, CNS 1st floor foyer.

Hosts of the Events:

4-Sep Woods
11-Sep Lo
18-Sep Gondek
25-Sep Hardwick
2-Oct Cluett
9-Oct Inada
23-Oct Miner
30-Oct Kanda
6-Nov Witherup
13-Nov Melcher
20-Nov Smith
4-Dec Patel
11-Dec TBA -  Last day of classes

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The Weill Institute for Cell and Molecular Biology has organized a fourth biennial Weill Institute Symposium, to be held on Tuesday, October 13, 2015 in Call Auditorium in Kennedy Hall at Cornell University.

“Cell Signaling and Molecular Dynamics” and will feature presentations by leading researchers from around the world.

Registration is required. Please visit to register. Each registered participant will receive a name tag, a continental breakfast, and lunch.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Hayley Rein Kresock, Symposium coordinator, at or (607)255-3131.

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