Seminars will be held on Fridays at 1:00 PM. Date Presentation Location Jan 19th Dr. Curtis Creighton, Purdue University Northwest “Body size, parental care and life history evolution in burying beetles” Hammond Campus Jan 26th Dr. Tim Eppley, San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research “Bamboo lemurs of Madagascar; ecological flexibility in a fragmented landscape” […]
AmeriCorps is looking to find 6 individuals that will comprise the Conservation Corps of Iowa crew that will be stationed at Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield, Republic, Missouri. Conservation Corps Iowa is in partnership with the National Park Service to assist with vegetation management projects, including invasive plant control and plant community restoration in 9 national park […]
Drop by Gyte 107 at 11:00 this Friday to meet biological sciences faculty and fellow biology majors and get a free ice cream treat.
All seminars will be Tuesdays at 4:00 – 5:00 PM in Gyte 108 Aug 26 No Seminar (Biology Graduate Seminar and Capstone students meet) Sept 1 Elizabeth Flaherty, Ph.D; Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue UniversityTitle: Wildlife responses to timber management and forest restoration programs Sept 8 No Seminar (Biology Graduate Seminar and Capstone students meet) […]
The Purdue University Graduate School is transitioning to a new online application system. If you start an online application now, it must be submitted by June 14, 2015. The online application system will be unavailable from June 14 to July 1. If you do not meet the June 14 deadline, please wait until July 1 […]
The biology display case outside of Gyte room 04 has been updated. Check out the diverse sea creatures on display and see how many you can identify.
Sara Heming, Jiajie Sun, Ellen Yos, & Kami Graber along with other 54 PUC students received 2015 PUC Outstanding Student Award from Chancellor Keon on March 22, 2015. This award recognize students’ excellent academic achievements as well as their contribution to the university and community.
Over 50 undergraduate and graduate students attended the Biological Sciences Career Night event on Thursday, March 26, 2015 from 5 to 7:30 PM. Sixteen outside professionals including Physician, Dentists, Pharmacist, Veterinarian, Medical Technology Program Director, Museum Facilitator, Conservation Ecologist, Microbiology Lab Managers (Silliker Labs), Research Coordinator, College Administrator/ Instructor, Lab Application Specialist/Brewery Owner, and Sciences […]
Ms. Diana Young is a Lab Operation Coordinator in the Department of Biological Sciences. Her main responsibility is to prepare materials for advanced biology laboratories, manage both teaching and research laboratory facility, and assist faculty and student research. In addition, she helps the department analyze department data and contribute to various outreach events. Diana is […]
Prof. Feng-Song Wang has been nominated for 2015 Faculty Outstanding Service Award for his numerous contributions to the university services. As the current Chair of the PUC Faculty Senate, he has lead faculty senators to take on multiple challenges associated with PUC-PNC unification and served on numerous committees for unification. In addition, he is a […]