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Zoology and Physiology|College of Arts and Sciences
 

   2014 Floyd Clarke Memorial Lecture by Dr. Nelson Hairston Jr., Cornell University      

UW Berry Center Auditorium, room 138

 Thursday, October 9th, 7:00 PM

 Taking it easy is the fastlane: Prolonged dormancy meets rapid evolution in the plankton

 Friday, October 10th, 12:00 PM

 Evo-evolutionary dynamics in models, bottles, and nature

 

The Department of Zoology and Physiology is composed of a diverse and collaborative group of Faculty and Researchers, working together to provide each of their students with the very best learning and research environment. We serve students interested in the following programs:

The Zoology Degree program provides opportunities to study the structure, physiology, development, evolution and adaptations of animals. A Physiology Degree is important for students who are pursuing becoming medical practitioners and veterinarians, as it covers how animals breathe, feed, and interact with their environment. As with all our degree programs, students must meet University and College of Arts and Sciences requirements by taking additional courses outside the department.

 

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International Experience

Rachel Schambow (Junior, BS ) spent 8 weeks in Scotland this past July and August working at the University of Glasgow Veterinary School funded by a grant from the British Society for Neuroendocrinology and travel support from Zoology & Physiology and International Programs. Zoology student Christian Bopp took field course titled Ecology and Human Dimensions of Conservation in East Africa, taught by Dr. Jacob Goheen (professor in Zoology) during the summer of 2014.

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