The year-long Junior Fellows Program supports the research of outstanding seniors majoring in the life sciences. Each Fellow receives a cash award and participates in a seminar course that involves discussion of their research projects, as well as topics in modern cell and molecular biology, neuroscience, biomedicine, and research ethics. At the close of each semester, the Fellows present a...
Join Prof. Jeff Blanchard on Wednesday, Dec. 4th at 1:00 in MOR3 203
Join Tom Zoeller, Laura Francis, & your peers on Wednesday, Nov. 6th & Thursday, Nov. 14th at 5:30pm in MOR2 Room 222
Amazon Aquatic Ecology (BIOL 597Z) Info Session Nov 12
Nov 12, 6:00 PM, 319 Morrill Science Center III
Accepting Applications for Tropical Field Biology (Bio 487H)
We are looking for a few good men and women to join us in the latest version of Tropical Field Biology. This 4 credit course meets twice a week during the spring semester and features a field trip to Belize over spring break. You will...
Dr. Scott Gilbert is a "Professor of Biology, at Swarthmore College and the University of Helsinki. He will present a talk "Extending Lynn's view: A new symbiotic biology" on Friday, October 18th at 3:00pm in Morrill Science Science (South) room 222 as part of the Sinauer Seminar Series. A reception at the University Club will follow.
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Franklin Dining Commons
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About the Program:
The Junior Fellowship Program supports the research of outstanding UMass seniors majoring in any discipline of biological sciences. Each Fellow receives a cash award and particpates in a seminar course that involves discussion of their research projects, scientific perspectives, and career objectives. The program seeks to enhance the experience of students who are...
Eric Nestler of the Department of Neuroscience, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, will present a talk titled "New Insight into the Neurobiology of Depression" on Wednesday, April 3rd at 4:00 in Morrill Science Center (South) room 222. Dr. Nestler"s talk is the 8th annual Sinauer Lecture. Light refreshments will follow the talk.
The Biology Department is pleased to announce Biology 596Z, Amazon Aquatic Ecology (4 credits = lab req.). This is a field course in the Brazilian Amazon, taught by Cristina Cox Fernandes. The Brazil trip will be in mid May, and the course will meet a few times...
The Biology Department is pleased to announce Biology 596Z, Amazon Aquatic Ecology. This is a field course in the Brazilian Amazon, taught by Cristina Cox-Fernandes (firstname.lastname@example.org). The Brazil trip will be in mid May, and the course will meet a few times prior to that for preparatory lectures. See below for a more complete description of the...
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