Biology is a large and diverse field. Our curriculum explores levels of biological organization ranging from the molecular to entire ecosystems.
Many of our courses explore biology through an ecological and evolutionary lens. We emphasize science as a way of knowing and support our students in developing an understanding of life on Earth through observation and experimentation. We also understand the necessity, in today’s world, to consider the implications of climate change and loss of biodiversity throughout our curriculum.
It’s the job that’s never started as takes the longest to finish: Plants that invade and landscapes portrayed
The dirt on mutualism
“I have wreathed round the wounds the best of healing wreaths”: Ritual and religious healing in early modern Europe and present-day Peru
Human papillomavirus (HPV) prevention through Western and Eastern lenses: The biology of HPV, vaccine acceptance in china, and dietary therapy
The ecology, conservation, and land use changes surrounding vulnerable plant mutualisms and natural community types
A study of the vocal communication of whales and its role in speciation, as well as a body of artwork exploring fantastical narrative by using constructed habitats and animal and human subjects