Student Chapters of the Botanical Society

Student Chapters can be started at any university across the globe. BSA student chapters are expected to maintain regular meetings, activities, a mission and a list of acting officers. Members of BSA student chapters receive discounted student membership in the BSA and discounted registration for BOTANY conferences. Get a botany club going on your campus and generate excitement for your field and connect to the larger BSA community. Examples of activities ongoing include: field trips, botanical movie screening, plant sales, herbarium keying, invasive species removal, nature walks, tree planting, sponsored lectures, etc.

We are pleased to share the growing list of student chapters sprouting around the world. Join us and start your chapter today.

INDIA

Aligarh - D.S. College, Aligarh - Manendra Singh (manendra29@gmail.com)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

FLORIDA
Gainesville - University of Florida - Blake M. Geraci (redshirt714@ufl.edu)
St. Petersburg -
University of South Florida St. Petersburg - Francesca Lauterman

HAWAI‘I
Manoa - University of Hawai‘i - Kim Lesnock (klesnock@hawaii.edu)

IDAHO
Moscow - University of Idaho - Simon Uribe-Convers (urib5034@vandals.uidaho.edu)

ILLINOIS
Evanston - Northwestern University

KANSAS
Hays - Fort Hays State University - Keri Caudle (klcaudle@mail.fhsu.edu)

MICHIGAN

Houghton - Michigan Tech - Meghan Stan (mcstan@mtu.edu)

NEW YORK
Oneonta - State University of New York Oneonta - Matt Dami (mattdami@gmail.com)
Plattsburgh - State University of New York at Plattsburgh

OKLAHOMA
Norman - University of Oklahoma - Jon Giddens (gidd8708@gmail.com)

PENNSYLVANIA
Lewisburg - Bucknell University - Vince Fasanello (vjf004@bucknell.edu)
Millversville - Millersville University - Racheal Erb (rachealerb@gmail.com)

TENNESSEE
Memphis - Rhodes College

TEXAS
San Marcos - Texas State University
Laredo - Texas A&M International University
Nacogdoches - Stephen F. Austin State University

UTAH
Ogden - Weber State University - Tim Remkes - timjremkes@msn.com

VIRGINIA

Norfolk - Old Dominion University - Sushil Paudyal (spaud001@odu.edu)

WISCONSIN
Madison - University of Wisconsin - Matthew Pace (mcpace@wisc.edu)

Interested in discussing how your group can become involved? >Contact us now.

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