Biosciences Toastmasters


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The University of Arizona Biosciences Toastmasters club provides a comfortable environment for students, scientists and professionals to practice speaking and leadership skills, an area of development often overlooked in specialized higher education.

Whether you want to gain effectiveness in explaining your science to a general audience, practice presenting your research to a dissertation committee or at a conference, or confront your anxiety around public speaking, you will find an encouraging atmosphere at Biosciences Toastmasters. Our members faculty, appointed professionals and staff, graduate and undergraduate students – support each other as we become the speakers and leaders we want to be.

The club is open to all University of Arizona and non-University of Arizona associated personnel, especially scientists and science-lovers. Interested guests are welcome to drop by.

Biosciences Toastmasters currently holds hybrid meetings. Guests may request the Zoom link by emailing Susan Miller or clicking the "Contact Us" link on the top left-hand side of our website. Join us in person in the Health Sciences Library in Room 2141, near the entrance. Note: On March 13, our meeting is Zoom only.

Contact Info & Links

Susan Miller


Audience size
Small (1-50)


1501 N. Campbell Ave.
University of Arizona Health Sciences Library, Room 2141