Science Student Clubs

Clubs meet on Wednesdays, from 2-4 p.m. Contact the Office of Student Activities for the meeting location of a particular club or if you have any other questions.

Note: Not every club is active every semester–it depends on student interest and involvement.

Neuroscience Club

he Neuroscience Club serves as an academic and social hub for students interested in the biological field of neuroscience. Our mission is to provide a platform for our members to explore their interests, engage with peers, and make meaningful connections throughout their program at BMCC. We offer a variety of activities such as student-led neurological seminars, visits to medical facilities and research labs, opportunities to assist faculty in emerging research projects, and much more. Through these events participants will learn about relevant topics within the field while gaining experience in team work and collaboration. The club also provides resources for students who are considering pursuing careers related to neuroscience or associated fields such as psychology or biochemistry.

For more information, email or Professor Joanna Giza at Follow us on Instagram: bmccneuroclub.

Pre-Med Club

The Pre-Med Club provides resources, support, and guidance to pre-health students. Our mission is to provide members with the tools they need to be successful in the application process for medical school and other health professional schools. We offer advice on topics such as how to prepare for the MCAT, how to select activities that are meaningful for medical school applications, and more.

Additionally, we host events such as panel discussions with experts from different fields of medicine so that our members can get a better understanding of what it takes to become a doctor or healthcare provider. We strive to create an environment that encourages open dialogue and collaboration between our members so that everyone can benefit from each other’s experiences.  We look forward to helping pre-health students reach their goals and get one step closer to a successful career in the medical field.

For more information, contact Professor Chirag Raval at

Research and Nature Club

The Research and Nature Club offers students a unique opportunity to explore the wonders of the natural world. Through field trips, lectures, and hands-on activities, we engage with complex scientific topics in an interactive and fun environment. Our club seeks to further our knowledge of nature and foster a greater appreciation for the vital role it plays in our lives. We often collaborate with local organizations and participate in community service projects as well. With these activities, we strive to cultivate an engaged and responsible citizenry that is aware of its impact on nature. In addition, we provide mentorship opportunities with faculty members who specialize in various aspects of research related to ecology, conservation, climate change, and sustainability. Join us today to discover new perspectives on environmental issues and explore the beauty of nature!

For more information, contact Professor Abel Navaro at

Robotics Club

The Robotics Club provides an environment for students interested in robotics and related topics such as computer science and engineering to come together, share ideas, and work on projects. The club provides a foundation for students to develop their skills in robotics-related fields while engaging in stimulating activities. Membership is open to all BMCC students who are eager to learn more about robotics and expand their knowledge of the field.

The club offers a range of events including lectures by experts in the field, tutorials on how to build robots, hands-on workshops, competitions with other universities, and social gatherings. Members will have access to resources such as 3D printers, microcontrollers, and other equipment necessary for building robots. Furthermore, members will get to work with experienced mentors and attend workshops to learn new technologies.

For more information, contact Professor Edgar Delgado at