Fall lab start dates
Bios 1100 Bios Lab—Sept 12
Bios 1610 Mol & Cell Bios—Sept 12
Bios 1620 Organismal Bio—Sept 12
Bios 1910 Intro Human Anatomy—Sept 15
Bios 2110 Human Anatomy—Sept 12
Bios 2020 General Botany—Sept 12
Bios 2400 Human Physiology—Sept 21
Bios 2500 General Genetics—Sept 12
Bios 3010 Ecology—Sept 8
Bios 3120 Microbiology—Sept 8
Bios 3500 Human Physiology—Sept 19/20
Congratulations to our students for a great turnout at the Michigan Branch American Society for Microbiology spring meeting.
- Best poster awards: Jon Hoerger and Yogesh Suryawanshi
- Best oral presentation award: Anja Williams
Get a glimpse of the biological sciences program
Nicole Carpp talks about life in the biological sciences program. View this two-minute video to get a glimpse of this program.
View the latest Department of Biological Sciences newsletter.
Research opportunities for undergraduate students
Pierce Cedar Creek Institute
Set on 661 acres in southwest Michigan, Pierce Cedar Creek Institute provides visitors with an exposure to a blend of diverse habitats including wetlands, forests, marshes, streams, lakes and prairies, and more than seven miles of nature trails. The institute is open to the public year-round, free of charge.
Student Success Services in the College of Arts and Sciences at Western Michigan University provides academic support programs and connects you to resources you may need to achieve your academic and personal goals.
"When is a Grassland Restoration Truly Restored? Examining Microbial Community Responses to Fire in Remnant and Restored Grasslands"
A webinar presented by:
Kathryn Docherty, Western Michigan University
Ryan Koziatek, Kalamazoo Nature Center
Ashley Anne Wick, Kalamazoo Nature Center