RIT Biology Club constitution and annual report
Scope and Contents
The RIT Biology Club constitution and annual report consists of two documents. The first is a copy of the group's constitution and outlines the organization's purpose, membership, and governance structure. Attached to the constitution is a copy of the club's by-laws. The annual report in the collection was submitted by the club to the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) Student Association in 1969.
- Creation: circa 1968-1969
- Rochester Institute of Technology. Biology Club (Organization)
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Biographical / Historical
The RIT Biology Club was formed in the fall of 1968 for undergraduate biology majors at the Rochester Institute of Technology for individuals with a strong interest in the fields of scientific biology. Its stated purpose was:
- To promote a deeper interest in biology among the students
- To bring these students together and allow them the opportunity to exchange ideas
- To make the students aware of the areas of biological importance, whether educational, industrial, or geographical
- To provide the student members with an organization that will aid them in pursuing their work in biology while at RIT.
Constitution and annual report from the Rochester Institute of Technology's Biology Club.
Materials are contained in a single folder.
C.S. South, Shelf 807, Box 202
Finding aid created by Lara Nicosia in March 2011.
- Rochester Institute of Technology -- Societies and clubs (Organization)
- Rochester Institute of Technology -- Students (Organization)
- RIT Biology Club constitution and annual report
- RIT Archives
- Lara Nicosia
- 03 March 2011
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