Starting January 1st 2014, all undergraduate biology students should see Professional Advisor, Diana Trgovcich-Zacok, for advising. If you have any questions regarding career choices, course information or research, you are welcome to contact biology faculty members.
English 10500 is one of the courses required for a B.S. in Biology. Now you can take a special version of English 10500 for biology majors. Simply sign up for 10500 section 34 or 40 and receive writing instruction tailored to a biology student’s needs.
Biology club students were given a tour of the teaching and research labs used by the Dept. Biological Sciences. Laboratory Technicians Diana Young and Jessica Orr showed students critical pieces of equipment including the autoclaves, PC machines, -80 freezers and explained their use and quality control procedures. Prof. Curtis Creighton gave students a tour of research lab 217/219 and spoke about his current research projects. Students also had the opportunity to view the Department’s collection of human brains used in the Anatomy and Physiology and Neurobiology courses (seen below). Students interested in future tours are encouraged to visit and follow the Biology Club Facebook page for more information about future workshop dates and times.
The schedule of the Fall 2013 Dept. Biological Sciences seminar has been announced. Please click on the links below to see more details. The seminars are open to the public so check them out!