MBU Launches New Science Honor Society
Missouri Baptist University launched the Gamma Lambda chapter of the Sigma Zeta Science Honor Society with an installation and initiation ceremony on Saturday, April 18.
Sigma Zeta is a national honor society devoted to promoting scholarship and excellence in the science industry, and was founded in 1925. To date, Sigma Zeta has inducted more than 70 chapters. The members of the honor society participate in school-sponsored and independent research projects throughout the year and present at an annual convention.
Missouri Baptist University initiated 25 chapter members for the 2014-2015 school year. Members must achieve a 3.5 cumulative grade point average and be a junior or senior in the natural sciences department. Programs in the department include biochemistry, chemistry, biology, mathematics, biotechnology, chemistry with a concentration in forensic science and pre-nursing.