Biology

Biology

Dr. Adrian Smith to talk about Ant CommunicationDr. Adrian Smith

 

 

 

Soil panel with Drs. Kaitlin Campbell, Richard Gay, Debby Hanmer, Daren Nelson, and Jeff Frederick  Drs. Kaitlin Campbell and Debby Hanmer featured in Audio Podcast about Soil

Tonya Locklear to Present Posters Tonya Locklear

Dr. Kaitlin Campbell's Expertise Featured in YouTube Video.

Tonya Locklear and her musical familyTonya Locklear & Family ("Lakota John & Kin") give Performance at Kennedy Center.

Dr. Ben Bahr is Featured in Healthcare Audio Podcast. Dr. Ben Bahr

Dr. Crystal Walline Joins Biology Faculty. Dr. Crystal Walline

 

Dr. Kaitlin Campbell Joins Biology FacultyDr. Kaitlin Campbell in the field


Biology Department offers excellent programs:

Through its diversity of course offerings and its commitment to excellence in teaching, research, and service, the Department of Biology provides academic programs that prepare students for careers as biological professionals, biological educators, or for post-graduate study. Students can choose from several baccalaureate degree programs and five graduate degree programs in science education. To learn about these degree programs, click on "Undergraduate Programs" or "Science Education" to the left.  Students should consider engaging in research and out-of-classroom activities offered through the Department. Click on the link for "Student Resources" to the left for information about these activities.

Dedicated faculty:
The Biology Department strives to provide its faculty with opportunities, resources, and rewards to achieve excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service to the University and local communities. Members of the Biology faculty strive to enhance and enrich the intellectual, economic, social, and cultural life of the region.

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