The Undergraduate Biochemistry Club meets regularly to discuss training and coursework in Biochemistry. It is also a great way to meet other students and to engage in peer mentoring. Many students also participate in the NC State Student Chapter of the ASBMB, allowing you to connect at the national level.
Undergraduate Biochemistry Club
The vision of the Biochemistry Club is to foster fellowship and networking, stimulate interest in biochemistry, and provide academic support and career advice to students in a casual setting. The club focuses on topics directly related to biochemistry majors, but all majors are welcome to join! We understand the value of network and community early in your undergraduate career and are focused on pioneering a supportive environment to all students.
We meet every other Tuesday at 6:00 p.m., in Tove Seminar Room, 128A Polk Hall.
American Society of Biochemsitry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) Student Chapter
The ASBMB Student Chapters are devoted to building a national community of undergraduate students and faculty members for the advancement of biochemistry and molecular biology research, education and science outreach. Our mission is to provide networking and career-development opportunities at regional and national levels, access to research and science outreach, as well as grants and awards to facilitate these aims.
Our faculty considers advising students one of its most important responsibilities. Advisers will assist you in the selection of appropriate courses and let you know about relevant career opportunities. The department specializes in advising students interested in careers in science, medicine, dentistry, optometry, veterinary medicine or pharmacy.
Additional Useful Resources
- Biochemistry Undergraduate Curriculum
- Biochemistry Undergraduate Courses
- BCH 492 Contract
- BCH 493 Contract
- Tutorials for help with registration, updating personal information, privacy settings, etc.
- CALS Advising
- Academic Advising Services: An important center for news, information, and links to resources useful to all students
- Registration and Records: Registration, academic information, degree requirements, course schedules, and much more
Remarkably, there are many exciting opportunities on campus besides those involving Biochemistry. Check out some of the numerous campus clubs and organizations.Discover the unique opportunities at NC State
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Graduate Seminar is held in the Tove Seminar Room, 128 Polk Hall, on Fridays at 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. (unless otherwise noted). All members of the biochemistry program are welcome to attend. Discussions will alternate between ongoing research projects in Biochemistry laboratories and recent topics from scientific literature, and is moderated by current graduate students.
As an undergraduate student, this is a great opportunity to learn more about the types of research occurring in the department.