The Integrative Biology Club (IBC) provides an opportunity for students to apply information and skills learned in courses. In addition, the IBC informs students about issues and job/internship opportunities within the life sciences. Activities such as rafting trips, hiking, and whale watching also provide a fun social outlet.

Recent events have included:

  • Volunteer work at Chintimini Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
  • Rafting and aquatic ecology trip
  • Snowshoeing trip
  • Panel discussion on going to graduate school in the life sciences
  • Discovery Days - Present the biology of reptiles and amphibians to Oregon students
  • Mary's Peak spotted owls and hike
  • Trip to Hatfield Marine Science Center
  • Botany Hike at Silver Falls
  • Prairie restoration work with the Nature Conservancy
  • Many others...

Events for the IBC are automatically announced on the Biology and Zoology listserve or Facebook. For other information, contact integrativebiologyclub@oregonstate.edu.

Integrative Biology Club officer resources