News and Events
Posted November 23, 2015
Professor Stephen Pyne, Regents Professor and Sustainability Scholar, recently spoke with Michelle Nijhuis at National Geographic about his new book,
Posted November 20, 2015
With a small table and lots of energy, the Embryo Project reached out to the homecoming crowds with science, history, and spectacular embryos
Posted November 2, 2015
Yawen Zou, Ken Aiello, and Deryc Painter attended the Conference on Complex systems and presented their latest research.
Posted October 28, 2015
Dr. Steve Pyne gave the opening keynote address at the VI International Wildland Fire Conference held this year in Pyeongchang, Korea
Posted October 6, 2015
The Central Arizona chapter of the Association for Women in Science (AWIS-CAZ) has professional development opportunities for you!
Posted September 21, 2015
"Cruisin’ the Fossil Freeway" with Artist Ray Troll and Paleontologist Kirk Johnson is an exhibit that brings together the best of the ASU Natural History Collections’s fossil collection and the fossil-inspired artwork of celebrated artist Ray Troll to explore questions abou
Posted September 15, 2015
Biology and Society Director brings home the gold.
Posted September 9, 2015
Sometimes digging through archives is a dirty job.
Posted August 31, 2015
Barrett, The Honors College and the Center for Biology and Society are teaming up to offer travel grants for selected students across all science and social science disciplines that are included within AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science).
Posted August 31, 2015
Biology and Society Assistant Professor Sara Brownell has won the ASU Centennial Professor Award and made waves in biology education research--all within her first two years at ASU.
Posted August 28, 2015
The Arizona Center for Civic Leadership named Biology & Society PhD candidate Steve Elliott as one of 33 Flinn-Brown Fellows for 2015. Candidates were selected based on leadership accomplishments and potential, and will become part of the vibrant Flinn-Brown network. Elliott's leadership efforts include a commitment to community involvement that led to him previously being named an ASU Spirit of Service Scholar, and public outreach for science communication, which Elliott promotes as the Editor-in-Chief of the Embryo Project Encyclopedia.
Posted August 24, 2015
Eleven new graduate students have enrolled in Biology and Society's degree programs in the Fall 2015 semester. We are pleased to welcome such a diverse group.