ASU Faculty and Students Shine at AAAS


The Center for Biology and Society along with Barrett, the Honors College funded 16 undergraduate students to attend and present their research at AAAS this year in Austin, TX. Like past years, ASU research was visible and noticed at the conference.


Welcome Two New CBS Graduate Students!


Welcome, Elliott Millinor!


CBS Faculty have New Books with University of Chicago Press


In 2013, the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, joined the University of Chicago. The rich collaborations that have resulted include a book series with the University of Chicago Press. The books are connected in some ways with the MBL science and scientists, incl


Student Spotlight: Tong Wu


Tong Wu is a doctoral candidate on the Ecology, Economics, and Ethics of the Environment (4E) track in the Biology and Society program. He started at ASU in 2013 with Dr. Charles Perrings.


Alumni Spotlight: Erick Peirson


The Center for Biology and Society recently caught up with Erick Peirson, a 2015 graduate with a PhD in Biology (Biology & Society: History & Philosophy of Science).


Digital Innovation Group Develops Multiple Software Tools to Aid Research


In late 2012, Biology and Society graduate students Erick Peirson and Julia Damerow started a project under the guidance of their advisor,


Center Faculty and Students Present at HSS


The Center for Biology and Society shined as ASU-affiliated researchers and alumni presented original research and led workshops at the 2017 History of Science Society meeting, held in Toronto, Ontario, from November 9th to the 12th.


Student Spotlight: Ashley Camhi


The Center for Biology and Society recently caught up with Ashley Camhi, a Biology with a concentration in Biology and Society PhD candidate, about what she did this summer. Here is what she had to say: 

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