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Kristina Krumpos- Class of 2016 “” These past four years have made me realize how well the Biology Department is preparing me to succeed in the real world and be an effective professional and leader.”
Kristina Krumpos- Class of 2016 “” These past four years have made me realize how well the Biology Department is preparing me to succeed in the real world and be an effective professional and leader.”
Alexis Pennings, Class of 2014 and current Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine student. -“The biology program at UMW was the perfect stepping-stone on my way to veterinary school.”
Alexis Pennings, Class of 2014 and current Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine student. -“The biology program at UMW was the perfect stepping-stone on my way to veterinary school.”

 

  • Give to Biology on Giving Day

    An opportunity is coming up to change a biology student’s life! Mark your calendars for Mary Wash Giving Day on March 20. Private donations fund our academic scholarships, support our undergraduate research program, and help students participate in faculty-led field trips to the Galapagos Islands and Panama. Earmark your donation specifically for biology on March 20 to help us do even more for biology students! Email Andrew Dolby for further information.

  • Biol 451 Seminar Topics, Fall 2018

    Section 1: Will Walls Come Tumbling Down or Just Change Shape: Biological Impacts of Global Change
    Section 2: Biological Diversity – Counting What’s Lost, Losing What Counts
    Section 3: If It Makes No Sense, It’s Probably About Sex
    Section 4: CRISPR: Power and Controversy
    Section 5: Mechanisms of DNA Repair

  • Dianne Baker Awarded NSF Grant

    The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded the University of Mary Washington a nearly million dollar grant to recruit, financially support and train 20 academically talented and diverse, low-income students who major in the sciences.  The program will be co-directed by Dianne Baker, associate professor of biology, and Nicole Crowder, associate professor of chemistry.  read more.

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