Congratulations to the #Classof2021! 💛🎩 From the entire WFU Biology department: “We appreciate your dedication and efforts to support the missions of the Department and University. We wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors. Congratulations, #WFU21!”
The Wake Forest Department of Biology is happy to welcome new majors/minors during MDW 2021 (February 15-19). Declare by going to https://registrar.wfu.edu/declarations/ Questions? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
So, You Want To Be a Biology Major? It takes 13 to 17 courses to major in Biology. Let’s get started planning! First things first: Are you currently enrolled in Gen Chem 1 (CHM111)? No?!?! You better fix that fast because it’s typically only offered in fall, and if you don’t get it now, you…
Congratulations, #WFU20! 💛🎩 We miss you! “#Classof2020 Biology Majors, the department of Biology has gathered to send you our special congratulations!” – Dr. Susan Fahrbach, Chair of Biology Produced by Dr. Pat Lord Directed by Dr. CJ. Saunders Background Music: The Nest (Instrumental Version) by www.joshwoodward.com (CC BY 4.0)
Congratulations to the #Classof2020! 💛🎩 Due to the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, we are unfortunately unable to celebrate the achievements of our WFU Biology honors and award winners in person. However, we would like to recognize their contributions to the Biology research at Wake Forest University. From the entire WFU Biology department: “We appreciate your dedication…
The Museum of Anthropology’s new exhibit ‘Outbreak: Epidemics in a Connected World‘ will be open through May 15, 2020. Stop by to learn about diseases and epidemics showcased in this exhibit by Dr. Pat Lord’s first-year seminar students! Admission is free. The Museum is open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:30…
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Dr. Heather Joesting ’11, WFU Biology Alumni from Dr. William Smith’s lab, recently spoke about “Feeding the Future with Aquaponics” at TEDxSavannah 2019. With the world population increasing exponentially and food insecurity becoming a reality in big cities as well as smaller communities, Heather Joesting proposes aquaponics as a sustainable and practical solution so that…
GMOS: Fear, Facts, Farms, and Food This forum was held Wednesday November 19 at 7 PM in the Byrum Welcome Center of Wake Forest University. This forum provided information on GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) crops, including how, when, and why they are used. Questions including the following were answered by a panel of experts: What…
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