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Embryo Tales

In 2020, the Embryo Project Encyclopedia (EPE) partnered with Ask A Biologist (AAB) to create a new content type connecting the two publications – Embryo Tales. EPE is a peer-reviewed encyclopedia on…

Kate MacCord: Recipient of the School of Life Sciences 2021 Faculty Teaching Award

Kate MacCord: Recipient of the School of Life Sciences 2021 Faculty Teaching Award

2020-2021 Biology and Society Recognitions

This academic year has been “different” in so many ways. It’s time to celebrate the wonderful achievements of the Biology and Society community. There are many ways our faculty, staff, and students…

Center for Biology and Society PhD Graduate earns several awards and looks forward to his academic future

I have had a wonderful final semester with the Center for Biology and Society this spring. I was able to focus on finishing my doctoral research thanks to the support of a SOLS completion…

Student Spotlight: Sanghamitra Das

Sanghamitra Das is a PhD candidate in the Center for Biology and Society on the Bioethics, Policy and Law track. An Indian citizen, Sanghamitra arrived at Arizona State University (ASU) in 2018 with…

PhD student earns 1st place in poster competition at AAAS and a first-author publication in the same semester

Erika Nadile is a 2nd-year Biology and Society PhD student in Sara Brownell’s Biology Education Research…

Student Spotlight: Logan Gin

Biology and Society Ph.D. candidate Logan Gin has decided to tackle a challenge that has been largely understudied: how we can support students with disabilities in undergraduate science.

Welcome New Biology and Society Master’s Students!

The Center for Biology and Society is delighted to welcome a new group of Master’s students to the 2020 academic year. Read about their research interests, backgrounds, hobbies, and much more!

Welcome New Biology and Society PhD Students!

The Center for Biology and Society is delighted to welcome a new group of PhD graduate students to the 2020 academic year. Read about their research interests, backgrounds, hobbies, and much more…

Student Spotlight: Anna Clemencia Guerrero

In 2018, cell biology experts from all over the United States traveled to Washington, DC, for a National Science Foundation, hereafter NSF, Ideas Lab. The topic of the program was “Understanding the…

Alumni Spotlight: Liz Barnes

I started my academic career in biology and society ten years ago when I transferred to ASU as an undergraduate student from a community college. At that time, I was a first-generation college…

Student Spotlight: Kelle Dhein

In the summer of 2015, I was setting up meetings all over ASU’s Tempe campus searching for a university job that would reduce my tuition so that I could earn a master’s degree on the side. To my…

Student Spotlight: Katie Surrey

From a young age I knew that I wanted to pursue a career focused on animals. Ignoring the classic predictions from friends and family that I would become a veterinarian (and knowing that I didn’t…

Student Spotlight: Theora Tiffney

My fascination with infectious diseases began with my mother's bedtime stories. Instead of the cheerful, popular chapter books that were school-approved introductions to reading, my mom fell back on…