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The Department offers programs leading to a Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Biology. The department also participates in inter-disciplinary programs in Natural Resource Management, Environmental and Conservation Sciences, Genomics, Cellular and Molecular Biology and STEM Education.
Meet some of our current grad students...
Behavioral and evolutionary ecology - Ned A. Dochtermann
Behavioral ecology of mammals, with a focus on bats - Erin Gillam
Evolutionary Ecology of Native and Rare Fishes - Craig Stockwell
Plant Evolutionary Ecology - Steve Travers
Evolutionary and developmental biology - Julia Bowsher
Insect Physiology and Immunology - Kendra Greenlee
Physiological ecology, seasonality, biological rhythms - Timothy Greives
Physiological ecology - Britt Heidinger
Wetland ecology, biogeochemistry, ecophysiology and ecotoxicology - Marinus Otte
Cell cycle regulation and cell motility in cancer - Katie Reindl
Science education - Jennifer Momsen
Science education, especially in post-secondary science classrooms - Lisa Montplaisir
Graduate students have courses available to them that explore their interests and chosen research emphases. Master's degree students must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours to graduate. Ph.D. students must complete a minimum of 90 credit hours