Beta Beta Beta Biological Honorary Society
The Beta Beta Beta (Tri-Beta) Biological Honor Society is a society for students that are dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biology. The Mu Theta Chapter of Tri-Beta at Belmont University was established April 9, 1988. Since then the membership has promoted the study of biology through various activities such as presentations, fun field trips, trips to scientific meetings and social events for students. Tri-Beta provides leadership opportunities for students, informs them about current developments in biology, and helps them prepare for employment. Dr. Steve Murphree serves as the faculty advisor for this organization.
- Must be a Biology major or minor
- Second semester sophomore OR transfer student with at least one semester at BU
- At least 3 Biology courses completed (not including BIO 1110/1120)
- Required 3.0 GPA in Biology courses and 2.8 GPA overall
- $50.00 due at the time of application
Don’t meet the above criteria? That’s okay!
- Open to all Belmont students with an interest in biology
- $40.00 due at the time of application
- Easily upgrade to Regular Membership for $10 after meeting the requirements
2014-2015 Tri-Beta Club Officers
President -- Katie Keast
Vice-President -- Morgan Turner
Secretary -- Brian Song
Treasurer -- Zara Latif
Find Tri-Beta on Facebook!
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President -- Paul Hanna
Vice-President -- Vickie Lim
Secretary -- Chris Bowens
Treasurer -- Jacob Curry
Historian -- Himesh Zaver
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Vice-President -- Lindsay Millward
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Vice-President -- Anderson Webb
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Tri-Beta Biological Society Annual Plant Sale
The annual Tri-Beta plant sale was a big success! The plant sale was held on the McWhorter patio on March 27th and the plant sale profits are used to fund field trips and projects for Tri-Beta. This year SMACS joined Tri-Beta to sell pots for the plants. They also had painting supplies so people could decorate their pots. Everyone was excited to celebrate spring!
Students Participate in Nashville’s ReLeafing Day
Students from the Beta Beta Beta Biological Honorary Society (Tri-Beta) and Student Members of the American Chemical Society (SMACS) student organizations participated in the Nashville Tree Foundation’s ReLeafing Day on Saturday, November 22nd. Anna Margaret McDonnell, Sonia Kadakia and Katie Keast from Tri-Beta are pictured in the photo at left. Ryan Agh, Sarah Cannavino and Ambrose Rice from SMACS planted three trees, met with Dr. Fisher, and planted their last tree at a Belmont Alumni’s house!
ReLeafing Day is the Nashville Tree Foundation's fall planting, held every year on the Saturday before Thanksgiving. This year the volunteers worked in Cleveland and McFerrin Park neighborhoods, Monroe Harding and St. George's Episcopal Church.
Tri-Beta hosts the NERD PROM
On Sunday, April 7th from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm, the Belmont Tri-Beta Club hosted the first ever School of Sciences Nerd Prom. Guests wore their nerdiest attire and a fun time was had by all! The event was a fundraiser for the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt University.