Barrett, The Honors College and the Center for Biology and Society are teaming up to offer travel awards for selected undergraduate students across all science and social science disciplines that are included within AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science).
The Life Science Ethics Program is gearing up for a year of new events and programming.
CBS Conversation Series Continues
Anxiety has been highlighted as a pressing concern for colleges, with over 60% of college students reporting that they felt overwhelming anxiety within the last year. While recent studies have show
ASU Now recently followed Professor Matt Chew to the Tres Rios Wetlands after the discovery of dead sailfin armored catfish in the local wetlands. Read the article here!
We are thrilled to announce another book by a Center for Biology and Society faculty member.
Dina Lienhard (Ziganshina) is a new PhD student at the Center for Biology and Society. She was admitted for the Summer 2018 semester into the Biology and Society PhD program.
Last month, an eclectic mix of researchers from different backgrounds, disciplines, and nations descended on the seaside village of Woods Hole, Massachusetts, for the 31st annual History of Biology seminar at the Marine Biological Laboratory.
PhD candidate Paige Madison has been quite busy so far this year.
Teaching Research Ethics and Scientific Integrity
Congratulations to Alexis Abboud, Liz Barnes, Claudia Nunez-Eddy and Tong Wu! We are incredibly proud to have such dedicated and hard-working students in our program.