What We Want You to Learn in All of Your Biology Classes
Process of Science: Engage in the process of science by practicing observation, generating hypotheses, designing testable experiments and manipulating data.
Quantitative Reasoning: Manipulate numerical data and evaluate the significance of the data using appropriate mathematical and/or statistical methods.
Critical Thinking: Use logical reasoning to apply known concepts to novel situations and to identify and evaluate source materials and scholarly literature.
Independent Learning: Demonstrate personal responsibility to set goals and regularly engage in self-assessment of progress towards academic accomplishment.
Exchange of Ideas: Collaborate, discuss, and exchange ideas in a team setting in order to explore creative solutions to complex problems.
Biology and Society: Apply biological concepts to daily life and issues in society.
LEADERSHIP BY DEPARTMENT
|Dr. Janice Fischer, Director||Biology Instructional Office|
|Dr. Claus Wilke, Department Chair||Integrative Biology|
|Dr. Tim Keitt, Associate Chair of Undergraduate Education||Integrative Biology|
|Dr. Jeff Gross, Department Chair||Molecular Biosciences|
|Dr. Scott Stevens, Associate Chair of Undergraduate Education||Molecular Biosciences|
|Dr. Robert Messing, Department Chair||Neuroscience|
|Dr. John Mihic, Associate Chair of Undergraduate Education||Neuroscience|
|Dr. Edward Buskey, Department Chair||Marine Science|
|Associate Chair of Undergraduate Education Pending||Marine Science|