The Teacher-Scholar Model
Our faculty members represent the teacher-scholar mission of a broad and integrative education in biological sciences. Faculty in our department conduct research in a variety of diverse areas of research. Undergraduates in our department pursue courses of study towards a B.A. in Biology, B.S. in Biology or B.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Additionally, our department is affiliated with the Environmental Program and the Neuroscience Program. Our department is also home to graduate studies programs towards a Ph.D. in Biology and M.S. in Biology.
The Department of Biology also partners with several other campus teaching and research centers, including the Center for Molecular Signaling, the Center for Energy, Environment, and Sustainability, the Center for Bioethics, Health, and Society, and the Structural and Computational Biophysics Certificate Program.
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Interested undergraduate students and graduate students for all our degree programs are encouraged to contact program directors or individual faculty mentors with whom you share interests. We are excited to welcome you as colleagues in our teacher-scholar community.
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