A club for all students with a common interest in herpetology (Reptiles and Amphibians) to meet, talk, and become involved in herpetology related activities. Some examples of these activities are: herping (hiking for reptiles and amphibans), trips to zoos, reptile and amphibian expos, guest speakers, "show and tell", and hopefully more. This is a great way to learn more about herpetology and connect with other students on campus with common interest.
This organization has no affiliations.
Constitution / Tier
||All ISU Students
||Amphibian and Reptile Club Members
||Elections for the officers takes place at the end of the spring semester.
||Meetings will be held weekly in Science Hall Room 175 on Tuesdays at 6:10 pm.
First Meeting of the semester August 30
Description of Regular Meetings/Activities
|The Amphibian and Reptile Club weekly meetings may include looking for reptiles and amphibians in the field, having guests speakers, watching documentaries, showing off pets, general reptile and amphibian talk, as well as other activities.
Description of Special Events
|Special events may include going to reptile trade shows, behind the scenes tours at zoos, and other field trips.