Department of Biology
Biology is the study of life, from activity at the sub-cellular level to the function of ecosystems. At Susquehanna University, biology students have the opportunity to explore this vibrant, dynamic subject by conducting original research in state-of-the-art campus laboratories and places as far-flung as the Australian rain forest.
With its emphasis on faculty-student collaboration, the biology department provides opportunities and experiences as varied as the biological world itself. After Susquehanna, biology graduates find success in diverse careers ranging from medicine to ecology.
A total of 29 Susquehanna University students recently attended the National Conference onf Undergraduate Research (NCUR) at the University of Kentucky to present their research and reap other benefits. »
Susquehanna University has created a new Bachelor of Science degree in neuroscience, a fast-growing interdisciplinary field that combines the strengths of the biology, chemistry and psychology departments. »
Seven Susquehanna University students are spending part of their winter break exploring the cultural, geographical and physiological aspects of the life of the Sherpa people in the mountain kingdom of Nepal. »