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There are over 1,400 student organizations at Ohio State and over half of all students join a student organization. Students who choose to get involved achieve many positive outcomes - leadership skills, better grades, friendships and mentors, and make a big campus seem small. Use the tools below to search for, find, and get involved with student organizations.

You can also connect with many of our student organizations at our Student Involvement Fairs in August and January. Check out the Student Involvement Fairs webpage for the latest information.

For individualized assistance find the student organization that's right for you, schedule a Get Involved Consultation. These 30-minute meetings will provide a personalized list of recommendations based on your interests and aspirations.

Since spring 2020, many student organizations have been operating virutally or have otherwise significantly adapted their operations. Please contact the listed leaders and/or advisor for details about how best to connect with that organization.

Please consult this list of student organizations with revoked registration as of August 2021. Some organizations continue to operate after their registration has been revoked despite the action taken by the university. We encourage you to review an organization’s status before becoming involved with it, especially because sometimes an organization’s status is revoked due to serious concerns like hazing and other behavior that risks your health and safety.

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The Molecular Biophysics Student Organization

Campus: Columbus
Status: Inactive
Purpose Statement: The Molecular Biophysics Student Organization aims to promote collaboration based on the interdisciplinary nature of scientific backgrounds within the group. Our organization will host regular meetings where we will discuss our research amongst members with different scientific backgrounds. Our meetings will not only focus on our research, but also on new internship opportunities, career development, and new scientific articles. We will organize social events in Columbus including trips to COSI and the Columbus Zoo. Along with social events, we will organize the Molecular Biophysics Training Program Symposium which involves hosting various speakers and guiding the scientific topics covered. Our intended membership is graduate students in the life sciences who have an appreciation for both biology and the physics of life.
Primary Leader: Collin Nisler
Secondary Leader: Nicholas Horvath
Treasurer Leader: Diana Lopez
Advisor: Jeffrey Kuret
Website: Not Listed
Primary Type: Academic/College
Secondary Types: Special Interest
Primary Make Up: Graduate
Constitution: 2021_10_27_11_27_39_6006.docx 
Meeting Time and Place: Monthly meetings at best available time.

Columbus, OH 43210
Office Location: 1739 N. High Street
Columbus, OH 43210
Membership Type: Open Membership
Membership Contact: If interested in joining the Molecular Biophysics Student Organization, please contact the President, Collin Nisler, at nisler.1@buckeyemail.osu.edu.
Time of Year for New Membership: There is no formal application at this time. Membership can be acquired at any point throughout the year.
How does a Prospective Member Apply: Not Listed
Charge Dues: No