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Zoology and Physiology|College of Arts and Sciences
 

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.

----------Special seminars-------------

30th L. Floyd Clarke Memorial Lecture (April 16th and 17th) 

    Dr. Doug Emlen (University of Montana)

2014 Distinguished Neruoscience Lecture (April 24th)

    Dr. Peter W . Kalivas (Medical University of South Carolina)



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Emiliano Donadio, PhD student in the Buskirk lab, is studying vicuna populations in Argentina. His research is being funded in part by National Geographic. Video of his research is currently found on the National Geographic website.

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