Interested in Research? Mentoring? Meeting other Biology students?
Make the most of your time as a student in the UNM Biology Department! Check out these organizations and programs below:
"Biology Undergraduate Society (BUGS) is a student organization at the University of New Mexico. Our goal is to involve STEM students from all disciplines with biology focused volunteer work, UNM and community events, as well as resources for future biologists and other STEM students as they tackle their undergraduate years."
This training program supports underrepresented undergraduate students complete their baccalaureate degree and transition into and complete biomedical, research-focused higher degree programs (e.g., Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D.)
ALL Biology undergraduates are invited to network, socialize, get access to resources, and EAT PIZZA! Events are monthly. Resources include stress management, career exploration, panel discussions for specific majors and programs, building your best resume/CV/job application, study skills, study opportunities with learning assistants, etc.
Take the BEMP intern course or spend some time volunteering
The objective of Lobo Gardens is to provide the University of New Mexico community and partners with opportunities to engage with nature and explore our food system through activities in our organic food and pollinator gardens.
UNM Chapter of the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Opportunities to be a Peer Learning Facilitator or get involved in STEM Student Interests Group at UNM
A UNM student organization promoting the participation and equal treatment of diverse womxn in STEM fields
"We host meetings with dental professionals, dental school representatives, and other mentors to learn more about the profession and process to get there."
AMSA UNM Premed is committed to improving health care, promoting active improvement in medical education, involvement in the social, moral and ethical obligations of the profession of medicine, understanding world health problems, and contributing to the welfare of pre-medical and medical students.
The Pre-Pharmacy Society of the University of New Mexico is a student organization created for those who plan on pursuing careers in pharmacy.
We aim to raise awareness for the issues of animal welfare as well as to raise money for different local organizations and charities.
UNM Wild is dedicated to the protection, restoration, and continued enjoyment of New Mexico's wildlands, wilderness areas, and the species dependent on them. @unmwild