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BIOME

The four main purposes of BIOME are (1) to provide a group for students with similar interests and struggles to network, develop friendships, receive accountability, and fun, (2) to provide an atmosphere in which students and faculty can relate outside of the classroom, (3) to create a professional organization through which students can develop better leadership skills and become better prepared for professional schools and the future, and (4) to attain a greater appreciation of our Creator, Jesus Christ. Each of these purposes is attained through our monthly meetings and events.

BIOME events are aimed at strengthening student fellowship, scholarship, and teacher-student relations. These events range from shaving cream softball and pizza parties to seminars from university professors to community service opportunities.

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9/28/13 - Cara Nance, junior biology major, and Sarah Porter, senior biology major, watch as Jacob Landfield, junior conservation biology major, attempts one of the games at the BIOME booth during Union Night on the Great Lawn.  - Anne Richoux
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Cara Nance, junior biology major, and Sarah Porter, senior biology major, watch as Jacob Landfield, junior conservation biology major, attempts one of the games at the BIOME booth during Union Night on the Great Lawn. - Anne Richoux

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