Student Association for Microbiology
New members are always welcome!! Experience not necessary, only interest.
The Student Association for Microbiology has been in existence for about 6 years and was formed as a way for microbiology students in the biology department at CMU to get to know one another better and promote communication among the microbiology students. Some of the most commonly asked questions about our group are:
1. What is the purpose of your organization?
The goals of the Student Association for Microbiology (SAM) are to promote research and education for undergraduates and graduates in microbiology related fields at CMU.
2. What are the strengths of your organization?
SAM is a unique organization, designed to be educational, enjoyable, and practical for its members and to promote microbiology in the Biology Department at Central Michigan University.
3. What will your organization do to help promote diversity on campus or
SAM is a proponent for the dissemination of knowledge, and knowledge by its nature embraces diversity in all its incarnations.
4. Describe a goal that is important to your group?
SAM would like to host speakers that are
professionally oriented with microbiology and related fields,
and we aim to attend scientific conferences that address microbiological
topics. We would also like to promote microbiology awareness on campus and in
Some of SAM's activities during 2003-2004:
Executive Board: SAM will be electing new officers in Fall 2004
President: Erica Francis
Pictures of some of the SAM members: