Welcome to our Biology and Society website. We invite feedback and suggestions.
We also invite you to join one of the first graduates of ASU’s Biology and Society BS Program, Melanie Kevin (Hunter). She has issued a challenge to fellow alumni to step up and help support the Biology and Society Programs. She points out that it isn’t just how much you give but how many of us actually do give that matters. We all hate fund-raising, but we love the programs that benefit, so if you can afford to, please join in and help today’s students have the opportunities and help the Center improve.
Even in these economically challenging times, the Center a bustling focus of activity and creativity. While others may be bemoaning the sorry state of things, we are having great fun developing new projects and strengthening our commitment to excellence in research and education.
To see all of the exciting things that are taking place check out our news and events page.
What was once a small undergraduate program that attracted the most wonderful students, along with a very small energetic faculty group, is now a fully developed Center. This gives us a great responsibility to continue to carry out our central mission of promoting research and education related to study of the life sciences and their interconnections with society. We remain committed to a drawing on the perspectives and skills of the liberal arts and sciences, promoting excellence in teaching, research, and engagement with the larger community.