Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta is the biology honor society at Cabrini College. Cabrini's chapter is Lambda Rho. Membership is granted to full-time biology majors who have a cumulative quality point average (QPA) of 3.0 or higher in 12 or more credits of biology courses, with at least one course at a 200-level or higher, and an overall QPA of 3.0 or higher. Dr. Boyd is the faculty advisor to this society.
For more information, visit www.tri-beta.org.
Pictured from left: Timothy Nacarelli, Erin Blake, Dr. Sheryl Fuller-Espie, Emily Bongiorno, and Frank Bearoff Congratulations to our student presenters at this year’s Beta Beta Beta National Biological Honor Society Northeast District 2 Convention at The College of New Jersey, Ewing, New Jersey – March 27, 2010
Gamma Sigma Epsilon (ΓΣΕ)The Rho Chapter of Gamma Sigma Epsilon, the National Chemistry Honor Society, invites students who excel in the area of chemistry to apply for membership. The purpose of the group is to unite students with outstanding achievement in Chemistry, in order to foster a more comprehensive and cooperative study of its discipline thorough education and outreach and to build friendships.
Active membership of the Chapter shall be composed of students who have completed a minimum of 16 credit-hours in chemistry. These students must have a declared major or minor in the field with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 in all chemistry courses and at least a 3.0 overall grade point average. Biology majors who meet the minimum chemistry credits are also eligible for membership.
Science ClubThe Science Club welcomes all Cabrini students with an interest in science. It meets several times each semester. The club sponsors speakers, field trips and parties, and also has participated in the hiring of new science faculty. Dr. Smith is the advisor for this club.
Sigma ZetaSigma Zeta in a national undergraduate honor society recognizing excellence in the studies of the natural sciences, computer science and math. More information about eligibility is available through the science department liaison, Dr. Smith, or members of the math department.