The bioscience community is vibrant, creative, and engaged.  Here are some of the ways that students extend their scientific interests, serve and engage their community, and exercise their leadership skills outside of the lab.

Leadership & Networking

Advancing Women in Science and Engineering (AWiSE)

UCLA Graduate Student Association (GSA)

Biological Sciences Academic Council

AMEBA students teaching science to K-12 studentsScience Communication & Policy

SciCommHub

NerdNite

GradSlam

Science Policy Group at UCLA

Innovation & Entrepreneurship 

Business of Science Center

Advanced Degree Consulting Club (ADCC)

BioTech Connection Los Angeles (BCLA)

Bruincubate

Startup UCLA

Diversity & Inclusive Communities

Association for Multi-Ethnic Bioscientists’ Advancement

Dashew Center for International Students & Scholars – Graduate Student Programs

Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) Chapter at UCLA

Advancing Women in Science and Engineering (AWiSE)

Organization for Cultural Diversity in Science (OCDS)

Organization of African-American Students Excelling in STEM (OASES)

Queers in Stem (QSTEM)

UCLA Lambda Graduate Student Network (LGSN)

Veteran’s Resource Office at UCLA

Black Scholars in Bioscience Lunch with Faculty
Black Scholars in Bioscience Lunch with Faculty