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The Biology Department has moved out of Heckert-Wells until after Labor Day in September. Phone numbers and e-mails still work, but some room assignments are still in flux. The Biology Office is in Hartman 210 - the southeast corner of the oval (image above). It'll be a good place to start. Faculty offices, classrooms, and labs are mostly in Hartman second floor, but some research labs are in the Polymer Research Center out in east campus. Contact the main office or individual faculty for more information. Students should check their GUS e-mail for updated course room assignment information before either summer or fall sessions begin.

The Biology Department supports undergraduate programs in the areas of human health (pre-medical, pre-physical therapy, medical technology), cell and molecular biology, field biology and environment, ecology and organismic biology, and secondary education as well as a master's degree program.

The faculty are dedicated to the University and the Department, but most importantly, to our students. Biology is best learned as a "hands-on" science. Our physical facilities and equipment provide opportunities for both teaching and research involving both undergraduate and graduate students.




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Pre-health student trip to Peru

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Field biology students seining fish


e-mail contacts: [Biology Department] [webmaster]