Over the course of the last four summers, graduate researchers in the Biology and Society program have traveled to Woods Hole, MA, to preserve and communicate the history of the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL).
Reflections from the first PhD Biology and Society student... I love science. I love everything about science, and that is why I often found it challenging to be stuck in the laboratory. During my masters, I studied stem cell biology.
Join us in celebrating the 2016-2017 Biology and Society PhD and Master's degree graduates!
At the end of a long hallway on the second floor of Life Sciences Building A, there is a small office with yellow paper covering the window on the door. Sometimes, when you walk by the door, the paper seems to glow from the light in the office.
Editorial Aspirations: Human Integrity at the Frontiers of Biology
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First-year students entering ASU face challenges associated with navigating college courses at a large university. A series of two-week summer bridge programs specific to a student's intended major have been developed to help ease the transition of students into college.
This summer, Center for Biology and Society PhD student Theora Tiffney will head to Geneva for a fifteen-week internship at the World Health Organization (WHO).
There’s nothing like play to inspire students about science. Though a bit of chocolate doesn’t hurt, either.
Join Us in Our 20th Year of Supporting Students and Research
During her summers at the MBL, Beatrice took advantage of the wealth of resources around her to understand how Conklin could see cell divisions and movements in Crepidula embryos over 100 years ago