Biological Sciences: Research on the Cutting Edge

If you are interested in a career in biology or life sciences, then Biological Sciences: Research on the Cutting Edge is for you!

You will live in Abel Hall and take introductory courses in biology and psychology.

You will also visit biology labs and field research sites with faculty and participate in annual events like “Roadkill CSI,” where you can dissect and examine roadkill. As part of this activity, you will get your own dissection kit, which will be useful throughout your undergraduate coursework.

Community Details
Open To: First-year students interested in biological and life sciences
Location: Abel Hall
Courses: Fall:
Fundamentals of Biology I & Lab (LIFE 120 & 120L)
Intro to Psychology (PSYC 181)
Spring:
Fundamentals of Biology II & Lab (LIFE 121 & 121L)
Ecological Issues in the Great Plains (BIOS 232)
Meet the Faculty Sponsor
Dr. Gwen C. Bachman

Dr. Gwen C. Bachman

Associate Professor,
School of Biological Sciences