University of Winnipeg Biology Students’ Association (UWBSA)
The University of Winnipeg Biology Students’ Association (UWBSA) is a volunteer student group established to represent and advocate for science students on campus. Democracy, academic freedom, mutual respect, and service are the principles that shall guide its endeavours. The UWBSA was created to achieve the following four goals: 1. To advance the interests of Biology and other science students; 2. To build a sense of community on campus; 3. To give members the opportunity to develop leadership and organizational skills by getting involved in university affairs; and, 4. To collaborate with other student groups, external organizations, and the University to work toward the greater good.
General membership: any attending University of Winnipeg student who is or has taken a course in the department of Biology. To become a Member At Large of Bio Club, the prospective Member At Large must meet the general membership criteria. The prospective Member At Large must submit their full name and email address to the Executive to be entered into the Membership At Large roll. The prospective Member At Large must attend two consecutive meetings and be in good standing with the Bio Club. Members At Large lose their title upon missing a Bio Club meeting without notifying a member of the Executive.
Meetings will be held biweekly through zoom until further notice. The first meeting is to be decided.
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