The Biology Department gives students opportunities to study life, from molecules to ecosystems. Students engage in independent research, laboratory and field exercises, library research, internships, and classroom learning from Australia to Maine, from New Britain to Great Britain. Students work closely with faculty and many present or publish the results of their research. Graduates take these experiences into careers in conservation, research, teaching, medicine, veterinary medicine, dentistry, and many other fields.
Currently, the Biology Department is fundraising for a few initiatives. Gifts to this page will support:
- Guest speakers
- Undergraduate research
- New field station
- Graduate Assistants
- Undergraduate travel to professional conferences
- Journal and database subscriptions
Supported by 6 Donations:
AnonymousI Gave $100
I Gave $100I received a fantastic education in biology and biochemistry as a graduate student in the late 1970's. Thank you Dr. DeNuccio et al.
I Gave $5Biology is a subject where we learn the generalities first and the specifics later. We hope that we can get far enough in the subject to reach that.
I Gave $50Grateful for being able to work in this department! Keep up the great work you are all doing!
I Gave $100Good to see the progress the Dept of Biology continues to make!
I Gave $100My mentor as a new Biology Dept. faculty member.