Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) is a society for undergraduate students which is dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and encouraging scientific research.  We aim to support educational experiences along with activities that benefit the community.  We recently hosted an elimination dinner that raised money for Habitat for Humanity of Marion County….and sent several people home with a fistful of money!  (Everyone had a belly-full of great food thanks to our hard working TriBeta members!) We have a roadside clean-up in Fairmont on schedule, and a weekend trip to Seneca Rocks planned.  We welcome your input into future activities where we can learn a bit….and have a whole lot of FUN!  If you are interested in becoming a member of TriBeta, you can talk with any of the current officers, members, or the faculty advisors Mark Flood (414 Hunt Haught Hall) or Sarah Dodson (416 Hunt Haught Hall).  We would love to have you, so come check us out!
 
 
Officers
President: Ian Wilhelm
Vice-President: Matt Menas
Secretary: Matt Hiener
Treasurer: Ashley Hudimac
Historian: Anthony Rickles
Members: Sonya Ridenour, David Wray, Stephanie Zorio, Alyssa Childers, Amanda Reed, Emily Dmitroff
 
Activities Fall:
Krispy Kreme Donut Sale raised 700 dollars, money used to support Tri-Beta Functions
Maintained Adopted Highway (Speedway)
Won Recycling Contest sponsored by stand by over 1000 recyclables
Activites Spring:
Elimination Dinner 1400 dollars Raised,
Donated 700 dollars to Habitat for Humanity
Maintained Highway Again
Participated in Road Side Clean ups on Campus
 
Future Activities:
Help Habitat For Humanity Build Houses
Continued Fundraising
Maintain Adopted Highway
Start Presentation in Grade and Middle Schools for Science awareness
 
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