We offer courses for students with career interests in biology, and for students who are not majoring in science but who wish to study modern biology as part of a liberal arts education.
Apply the principles to the study of infectious diseases in natural populations, focusing on deriving important questions and the variety of approaches to address them.
This course examines animal behavior from both a mechanistic and a functional perspective, drawing upon examples from a diverse range of taxa and using articles from the primary scientific literature.
Seminar in Behavioral Ecology
This course will explore the relationship between an animal's behavior and its social and ecological context, specifically the evolution of sexual dimorphism in animals.
Biology Prizes & Awards
Each year we award a number of Fellowships and Prizes to students. We solicit proposals every March.
Fungal Model to Shed New Light on Human DNA
The National Institutes of Health has awarded Professor Michael Hood a $444,651 grant to investigate the problem of chromosome degeneration.Read more