What is Tri-Beta?
Tri-Beta is a national biology honor society. Hundreds of chapters are located in colleges and universities throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Beta Beta Beta represents three main purposes to promote scholarship in the biological sciences, to promote the dissemination of biological knowledge, and to encourage research. The organization's motto is "To see the foundation of life."
What does Westminster College's chapter of Tri-Beta do?
Tri Beta has regular meetings and events including a Welcome Back picnic, Pumpkin Carving, the Haunted Bio Trail, Induction Ceremonies in fall and spring, a Meet-the-Faculty dinner, Christmas party, a spring planting party, a trip each semester, and an End of Year picnic. Past trips have included visits to the Pittsburgh Zoo, the Phipps Conservatory, and the National Aquarium in Baltimore. This fall we will be visiting the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and in the spring we are going to Washington D.C. Tri-Beta is also dedicated to helping our members and alumni by providing networking opportunities and by hosting events and speakers related to professional/graduate school and career opportunities. We are always looking for suggestions to improve our group and welcome ideas!
Who can be a member of Tri-Beta?
There are two levels of membership at Westminster College: associate and regular.
How do I join Tri-Beta?
To join Tri-Beta, you need to fill out a registration form available from our officers and turn it in with your dues to the Vice-President. Dues to become an associate member are $35 and dues to become a regular member are $45. Associate members can upgrade to regular membership for $10. Each member must pay dues of $5 to our chapter each semester.
To contact Tri-Beta, please e-mail any of our officers listed below. Also, be sure to check out our group on Facebook (under Westminster Tri-Beta) and LinkedIn (under Westminster College Tri-Beta).
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