Seminars

Spring 2020

 

February 11
Dr. Allison Butteheim

11:30 am - Bonchek Lecture Hall, LSP 142

 

February 25

Teresa M. Dunn, PhD

11:30 am - Bonchek Lecture Hall, LSP 142

 

March 10 - CANCELLED

Nancy Jensen Biery, PhD

A Circuitous Path to Precision Medicine

 

March 31 - CANCELLED

Dr. Anirban Paul

Assistant Professor at Penn State

" The Borne Identity: discovering a biological basis for cell types."

11:30 am - Bonchek Lecture Hall, LSP 142

 

April 14

Dr. Bill Kier  - CANCELLED

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

11:30 am - Bonchek Lecture Hall, LSP 142

 

April 21

BIO 110 Speaker - Dr. Isaac Ligocki - CANCELLED

“Life in the Shoal: an integrative look at the relationships between environment, physiology, and behavior.”

11:30 am - Adams Auditorium

 

TBA

Honors Defense Presentations 

11:30 am - Bonchek Lecture Hall, LSP 142

  • Cancelled Bio Seminars
  • Bio Free Hour: Dr. Allison Buttenheim, PhD MBA
  • BIO FREE HOUR

Newsletters

F&M Biology Newsletter 2020

The Biology Department at Franklin & Marshall College is pleased to release the 2020 Newsletter. Click below to see what our students, faculty and alumni have been up to!

F&M Biology Department Newsletter 2020

F&M Biology Newsletter 2019

Students in BIO 325 Marine Biology survey invertebrate animals of the sandy beach at Stone Harbor, NJ, in September 2018. 

F&M Biology Newsletter 2019

F&M Biology Newsletter 2018

 F&M BFB Animal Behavior major, Camden McMillan '19, climbed a soaring tulip poplar in front of Old Main on F&M Arbor Day in April with guidance from Assistant Professor of Biology, Sybil Gotsch.

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Biology Newsletter 2017

A National Science Foundation Major Research Instrumentation Grant provides for a laser-based confocal microscope system for state-of-the-art image capture and analysis.

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Biology Newsletter 2016

Prof. Janet Fischer, Kei Norford '18, Molly Lowell '16 and Rebhi Rabah '16 climb an elegant staircase on their way to Lake Oesa in Yoho National Park  

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