(Left to Right) J.J. LaTourelle, Beatrice Steinert, Kate MacCord, Jim Lowe, Paige Madison
MBL History Project ends Third Season on a High Note
July 20, 2015

On Friday, July 17, the MBL History Project ended its third collecting season with a group presentation on the state of the project for a packed audience in the Grass Reading room of the library at the Marine Bio

Biology and Society shines at ISHPSSB 2015
July 13, 2015

Seven members of ASUs Center for Biology and Society presented their research at the 2015 meeting of the International Society for the History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology (ISHPSSB) on July 5-10, in Montréal, Canada.

Andrew T. Smith earns Aldo Leopold Conservation Award
July 10, 2015

The American Society of Mammalogists awarded the 2015 Aldo Leopold Conservation Award to ASU president’s professor Andrew T. Smith.

Ben Minteer promoted to full professor
July 6, 2015

Congratulations! Biology and Society faculty member, Ben Minteer, is now a full professor.

CBS Graduate Student Erica O’Neil Receives Teaching Awards
June 23, 2015

In the spring 2015 semester, PhD candidate Erica O’Neil was honored by ASU’s Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA) with a

PhD Student Elizabeth Barnes is a ‘Difference Maker’
June 22, 2015

She followed an untraditional path. Now she’s determined to make a difference.

Social Media Helps CBS Projects Reach New and Massive Audiences
July 28, 2015

Scholarly work has little impact if no one reads it, but the Center for Biology and Society (CBS) is showing that social media can connect ASU research to academic and to non-academic audiences alike.

Those efforts with social media are paying dividends.  

ASU-Leuphana Global Classroom Comes to a Triumphant Conclusion
June 8, 2015

Global classroom ends with final lessons on interdisciplinarity and working across cultures.

ASU Graduate researchers for the MBL History Project
MBL History Project Enters Third Year, Expands in New Directions
June 5, 2015

Brown University Royce Fellow and biodiversity are among this year’s big news at the MBL History Project.

Graduate Students Form a Tradition of Civic Leadership
June 3, 2015

For students in the Center for Biology and Society (CBS), civic leadership is quickly becoming a tradition.

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