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Bioethics Breakfast Club Provides Food for Thought (and Bagels) to the School of Life Sciences
ASU faculty members Krystal Tsosie and Beckett Sterner led a discussion about the social and ethical considerations of sequencing global eukaryotic biodiversity.
Leah Gerber receives Spirit of Defenders Award for Science
Defenders of Wildlife has awarded Dr. Leah Gerber, one of the world’s leading conservation scientists, with its Spirit of Defenders Award for Science.
Sara Brownell Named President's Professor
Congratulations to Sara Brownell on being named a 2023 President's Professor!
Visit the Center for Biology and Society Collections
Did you know that the Center for Biology and Society has multiple collections available? Collections can be accessed in LSC 284 and are available for check-out.
Bio and Society Grad to Begin Bioethics Position at National Institutes of Health
After graduating from ASU in 2023 with a PhD in Biology and Society, Liz Dietz started in a bioethics position at the National Institutes of Health.
Welcome New 2023 Biology and Society Graduate Students
Meet the new Center for Biology and Society graduate students.
Jane Maienschein Bridges the Gap Between History, Philosophy, and Science
Read Jane's interview with Association for Women in Science, "Dr. Jane Maienschein Bridges the Gap Between History, Philosophy, and Science"
Congratulations on a successful NEH Summer Institute!
Erica O'Neil and Jason Robert featured in ASU News
Meet Charles Perrings, ASU Professor and Mystery Novelist
The author of hundreds of academic articles and books, Charles Perrings has an unexpected hobby: writing mystery novels.
Caring to Communicate
ASU values communication more than most universities and we in Biology and Society have opportunities to contribute.
Rethinking the ‘Green Revolution’: Q&A with Bio and Society Alum Marci Baranski
Alum Marci Baranski published a book based on her dissertation work called The Globalization of Wheat: A Critical History of the Green Revolution. The book challenges some dominant interpretations…
Reflections on Woods Hole and the History of Biology
Four ASU graduate students participated in the 34th annual History of Biology seminar at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, MA.
Congratulations to the Center for Biology and Society spring and summer 2023 graduates!
The Center is proud to recognize our 2023 MS and PhD graduates whose diverse interests represent the intellectual breadth of Biology and Society at ASU.
CBS Grad Student Carly Bush and Asst Professor Katelyn Cooper featured in ASU News
In a new study published in Life Sciences Education, ASU researchers Katey Cooper, Tala Araghi and Carly Busch highlight how active learning has the potential to both alleviate and exacerbate…
CBS Graduate Students Attend History of Biology Conference with a Friendly Tradition
Recent Bio & Society grads Dina Ziganshina Lienhard and Anna Clemencia Guerrero attended the 57th Joint Atlantic Seminar in the History of Biology.
Nicole Brewer named one of the 2023 Better Scientific Software Fellows
ASU graduate student awarded fellowship to improve scientific web applications
For the Love of Fossils: An Interview with Paige Madison
Paige is an alum of the Bio and Society Program. We spoke with her in February 2023 about her fascination with fossils and her academic path.
Thank you for supporting Biology and Society Students
Thank you for supporting the Center for Biology and Society with your gifts. All donations made to the Center for Biology and Society were matched up to $5000!
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