Students are strongly encouraged to take advantage of leadership and volunteer opportunities available in the CMB Program. Each leadership and volunteer opportunity has various time commitments. Becoming an active member in the CMB Program provides the student with a voice in program matters, a strong professional networking experience, and an extensive set of transferable skills.
Throughout the year, students will have the opportunity to volunteer as a student representative on the following committees: Admissions, Coordinating, Advising and Orientation, Professional Development, Recruiting, Retreat, Seminar, etc. The CMB Program Chair and the CMB Program Coordinator will make the final selection regarding student representation on each of the standing committees.
The following will be taken into consideration when choosing student committee members:
- Ability to represent the CMB student body and CMB Program as a whole
- Knowledge of the CMB Program
- Knowledge of CMB students and their concerns
- Diversity of focus group representation
- Prior experience
Professional Development Committee
Recruiting Weekend Managers
Student Seminar Series Leaders
Biology Outreach Club (BOC)
Bioscience Opportunities (BOPS) Preview Weekend
Integrated Biological Sciences-Summer Research Program (IBS-SRP)
Recruiting Weekend Volunteers
Student Seminar Series Presenters