LAKERS TOGETHER: Grand Valley is preparing for successful learning experiences when classes resume on Aug. 31. Learn more about the plan for fall in this handbook.
Biology is an exciting and dynamic field focusing on the study of living things and their environments. The Department strives to set a standard of excellence in biology and natural resources education as a unit within the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Students interested in ecology and environmental sustainability will find many opportunities to pursue their interests in our undergraduate programs, which include emphases in General Biology, Biomolecular Processes, and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, in addition to the degree in Natural Resources Management. Undergraduate students also may complete emphases in Pre-Veterinary Medicine, Teacher Certification, or pursue Pre-Medical and other Pre-Professional preparation through our undergraduate program. The Biology MS degree program also offers optional emphases in either Aquatic Sciences or 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, botany, climate, conservation, development, ecology, environmental sustainability, evolutionary biology, genetics, microbiology, natural resources management, natural resources policy, restoration ecology, and science education.
Long Island Environmental Community Empowerment Organizer at Citizens Campaign for the Environment
for job 3924488
Citizens Campaign for the Environment - Citizens Campaign for the Environment- Farmingdale, NY
Arborist Climber Trainee
for job 3920179
Bartlett Tree Experts
Study Technician (Research Assistant) Pathology
for job 3917995
Covance, Inc., a division of LabCorp®
for job 3913710
USDA Forest Service
Wildlife Education Internship
for job 3873125
Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge