- Research and Discovery - Undergraduate and Graduate students work side-by-side with a faculty who are committed to both teaching and scholarship.
- Seven undergraduate majors and one specialty concentration - Biological Sciences (BS or BA), Molecular Biology (BS or BA), Ecology & Biodiversity (BS or BA) and Integrated Sciences (BA). These options reflect the diverse applications and career opportunities in the life sciences.
- Pre-Professional tracks - Undergraduates can follow sequences of required and recommended courses to prepare them for medical, dental, nursing, physicians assistant, physical therapy, pharmacy and veterinary schools.
- M S and PhD programs - Graduate students conduct original research in Cell & Molecular Biology or Ecology & Evolution.
Seminars - Winter Quarter 2016
Friday, Jan 8 at 1:00pm in Olin 105 - "AKAP150 Dynamics in Anterior Pituitary Cells" - Kristen Dew, MS Candidate in Cellular & Molecular Biology - Dept. of Biological Sciences- University of Denver
Wednesday, Jan. 27 at 4:00pm in Boettcher Auditorium 101 - "The prohormone VGF regulates β-cell function via extracellular and intracellular pathways" - Samuel Stephens, Duke Molecular Physiology Institute, Duke University Medical Center
Monday, Feb. 1 at 4:00pm in Olin 105 - "Unraveling Cell Polarity Dynamics with Single-Cell Biochemistry" - Dan Dickinson, Goldstein Lab, University of North Carolina
Wednesday, Feb. 3 at 4:00pm in Boettcher Auditorium 101 - "Three's a Crowd: Impact of Centrosome over-duplication on Endothelial Function" - Erich Kushner, Department of Biology, University of North Carolina