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Resources for Microbiology Majors
Majors will receive personalized attention as they meet and discuss their schedule, research, and career choices. To get started meet with Dr. Matthew Domek, Microbiology Department Chair, and he will introduce you to your faculty advisor.
From time to time the department will be sending out e-newsletters to keep students, faculty, staff and friends of the Department of Microbiology in the know.
Microbiology Student Clubs
Alpha Sigma Mu - Microbiology Club
Alpha Sigma Mu, provides valuable suggestions and services to the faculty and staff, promotes and publicizes microbiology as a science, investigates the possibility of outside financial aid resources, organizes field trips and arranges seminars with off-campus employers and graduate programs, promotes student research, gives students leadership experience and arranges social occasions within the Program. The current student officers and notices of meetings are posted.
American Society for Microbiology - Student Memberships
Students are invited to join the American Society for Microbiology. This is the primary professional organization for microbiologists. Student members receive a monthly subscription to Microbe a general interest microbiology magazine, access to ASM’s career resources, including employment listings and discounts on registration to the annual meeting.
The national meeting is held in late May or early June. A regional meeting is held in March or April. Students are invited to submit abstracts to present at one or both meetings. Students can also apply for travel stipends from ASM.
More information about the American Society for Microbiology can be found at https://www.asm.org. The cost of membership is minimal. Students interested in joining ASM should contact:
Dr. Bill Lorowitz,
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Weber State University
College of Science
1415 Edvalson St., Dept. 2506
Ogden, UT 84408-2506
Tracy Hall Science Center (TY 450)
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