CBS Circles

Join a CBS Circle to help you transcend the checklist mentality and make the most of your remaining time in CBS by doing something that matters to you. 

Students work on a project in a group

The CBS Circles program is a professional development opportunity for CBS juniors, seniors, and transfer students. Circles are small groups of students who meet regularly to learn, develop, and connect with one another around a specific topic or goal. Each Circle has a paid facilitator, called a Circle Guide, who initiates the idea for the topic or goal of that Circle.

We are launching new CBS Circles for the last portion for spring semester — Sign-up and join your peers online! Deadline: Sunday, March 29 at 5 p.m.


Circles can be designed around a variety of academic, career, or personal interest topics. Past Circles include:

Academic/Career:

  • Pre-Physician Assistant Preparation
  • Exploring EEB Careers
  • Preparing for a Career in Research
  • Career Confusion: When Science Isn't Your Only Passion
  • Exploring Involvement Opportunities
  • Gap Year Planning
  • Exploring Biological Careers in Industry
  • Journal Club: Health and Neuroscience-Related Topics
  • Adding Public Health to Your Career

Personal Interest:

  • Science, Philosophy, and Vonnegut Book Club
  • Biologists Who Code
  • Biological Origins in Folklore and Science Fiction
  • Exploring Health Inequity and the Future of Public Health
  • Artistic Interpretation of the Biological Sciences
  • Sustainability and the Biological Sciences
  • Stitch and Science
  • Opening Doors for Women in Science
  • Policy Changes that Affect Future Physicians

Past CBS Circle Guide Profiles

Danielle Amundson, Community Perspectives: Healthcare in the Arts and Media Circle
Danielle Amundsen"By leading a CBS Circle, I had the opportunity to meet other students interested in both the art and science of healthcare," Danielle Amundsen. Read more

 

 

Cameron Gray, Science, Philosophy, and Vonnegut Circle
Cameron Gray"I have never had this much creative control in a leadership setting, where I am coming up with all of our agendas and taking feedback from the group about what topics we should explore. That is definitely the highlight of this leadership experience," Cameron Gray. Read more