BIOSOC - Biological Sciences Society

BioSoc brings together students from all fields of Biological Science. This includes students from; Zoology, Botany, Marine Biology, Evolutionary Biology and Ecology. BioSoc is a perfect opportunity for students in biological sciences to meet like-minded individuals, get academic and careers support, and just have a load of fun! 

Events Semester 2 2015

Week 2: 'Speed Friending'  and Documentary Night

Week 3: BEES BBQ

Week 4: BIOSOC Bake Sale

Week 6: BIOSOC Museum Outing

Week 8: Careers Night

Week 10: Trivia Night

Week 12: Relaxation and study session

Week 13: Documentary Night and EGM + BEES Ball



BioSoc aims to give back to the environment by supporting environmental charities. This semester we are raising money for Arid Recovery 

Charities we have already raised money for:

-               Mountain Pygmy Possum

-               Bush Heritage Australia

-               Taronga Zoo Tasmanian Devil Breeding Program

-               Rainforest Rescue

-               The Australian Marine Conservation Society

-               Royal Botanic Gardens Save a Species Project


Want to become a member?

It is free to join BioSoc, and membership lasts two semesters. You can become a member at the stalls we hold at O-Week, at any of our events, or by contacting us via email.



Are you interested in volunteering for BioSoc events, passionate about a particular charity or have ideas for BioSoc?

Send us email at biosoc.unsw@gmail.comleave a comment on our facebook page, come along to any eventor request to sign-up to our email list.


The executive team

President: Emily Rayner

Vice-President: Alyce Dowling

Secretary:  Janelle So

Treasurer:  Jayden Streatfeild

Arc Delegate: Lynn Le


Biological Sciences Society Constitution

BioSoc is affiliated with UNSW ARC and therefore supports the Arc constitution model for clubs and societies.

BioSoc Aim’s

1. To provide an opportunity for networking of biological science students within the School, the University, other Universities and the professional sector;

2. To inform members about current issues within biological science, encourage discussion and debate, and provide support throughout their university experience; and

3. To encourage knowledge of and engagement with environmental charities.