Written by Emily Santora
Learning is a dynamic, uneven process. At the best of times, learning is driven by curiosity. At the worst of times, learning is driven by the need to fulfill a requirement.
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 have been busy, so these are some examples.
PhD student earns 1st place in poster competition at AAAS and a first-author publication in the same semester
Author: Paige Madison
Biology and Society Ph.D. candidate explores whether universities are falling short of providing accommodations for students with disabilities
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!