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Wednesday Research Seminar
Joshua Cordeira, WCSU, will be speaking on "Sleep like your mental health depends on it." Wednesday, November 18, 2015, at 4 pm in Science Building 219. Open to the public, and reception to follow. (posted 11-04-15)
Spring 2016 Course Registration is coming soon. Advisee-Advisor lists are available at the Forms webpage, along with the updated "Advising Tips for Biology Majors". (posted 10-14-15)
BIO 107 Costa Rica Field Work. March 19-27, 2016. Spend a week studying at the tropical Goldring Field Station. Contact Dr. Pinou for more details. (posted 10-26-15)
Congratulations to the 2015 Biology Department Award recipients: Matthew Monaco, Karen Velez, and Stacey Evans Houle. Matthew Monaco received the "Outstanding Graduating Senior Biology Major Award", Karen Velez received the "Most Promising Underclassman Award", and Stacey Evans Houle received the "Graduate Student Award." (posted 02-20-15)
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Herpetology Club is welcoming new members. For more information, check out the club webpage or contact the advisor, Dr. Dora Pinou.
Biology Club is welcoming new members. For details, check out the club webpage or contact its advisor, Dr. Ed Wong.
Advisor's lists, program planning sheets, and other forms are available from the Forms page .