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Microbiology

New major focuses on the science of human health

The BioHealth Sciences major replaces the General Science program and offers a more focused course of study on human health.

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News

The birth of the School of Life Sciences

Last year the College established the School of Life Sciences (SLS) to encompass a broad range of interdisciplinary sciences.

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Alumni and Friends

2014 Alumni Awards

We look to our alumni, the ambassadors of the College of Science, to help build a strong reputation of excellence.

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Alumni and Friends

A leader for the next generation

Biology alumnus to amplify the voices of young scientists.

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Student Success

Changing the way learning happens

Creating a transformative student experience in and out of the classroom.

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Integrative Biology

Butterflies

Two integrative biology researchers have conducted pioneering research on the colorful patterns found on butterfly wings.

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Research

Outbreak

Microbiologist Rebecca Vega-Thurber and her team research advanced genomic approaches for identifying infections of corals.

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Integrative Biology

Zoology Department gets a new name

The new Integrative Biology Department welcomes its inaugural class on Charles Darwin’s birthday.

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Students

Student research

Our students are engaged in authentic inquiry, a hallmark of science education.

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Faculty and Staff

Best and brightest

Welcome new College of Science faculty

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Research

Discover

The College of Science has an extensive and deep research portfolio that is globally recognized.

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Research

Fundamental science

Basic and applied scientific research are needed to solve the world’s problems.