Welcome to the Biology Department!


The Biology department offers undergraduate programs in Biology and Natural Resource Management and a Graduate program in Biology.

Students interested in environmental sustainability will find many opportunities to pursue their interests in the Biology Department's undergraduate programs, which include emphases in plant biology, animal biology, wildlife biology, aquatic sciences, and a degree in Natural Resources Management.  The MS degree program also offers emphases in both aquatic sciences and natural resources. 

Faculty in the Biology Department are involved in a broad range of research providing many opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to engage in a variety of projects. These areas of research include animal behavior, aquatic biology, bioethics, cell biology, climate, conservation biology, developmental biology, ecology, environmental history, evolution, genetics, microbiology, natural resources management, natural resources policy, plant biology, restoration ecology, and science education.

Biology Department
212 Henry Hall

Chair:  Dr. Neil MacDonald


Page last modified September 17, 2013