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University of Connecticut Biological Sciences

Biological Sciences


Ecology and Evolutionary Biology


Molecular and Cell Biology


Physiology and Neurobiology


Marine Sciences


Biology Central Services


College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS)


Biology Central Services
75 North Eagleville Road
Storrs, CT 06269-3042
Torrey Life Sciences Building
Room 161
Phone: (860) 486-4313

Biological Sciences

Welcome to Biological Sciences. Biological Sciences is composed of three departments: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB), Molecular and Cell Biology (MCB), and Physiology and Neurobiology (PNB). Biology faculty from the three departments share in the teaching of undergraduate biology (1100's level) courses. More advanced courses (2000's level and beyond) are taught by individual departments. For more information about these departments, undergraduate/graduate programs, classes, advising, majors/minors, and biology faculty, click on the following links on the left and top.

Biology Central Services (BCS) is an information and support services department shared by the three biology departments. BCS provides assistance with grants, travel, employment and payroll information, purchasing, graphic design and computer support. For more information, click on the link to the left.

News


  • New biophysics sample page and graduation information page. Updated forms and documents. (Added 9/5/2013)

  • Incoming Freshman section for information about what to do and advising workshops. (Added 5/16/2013)

  • Biological Science Major information has included new PDF's. Select the Advising drop down menu and click the "Biology Major Worksheets" link for more information. (Added 9/24/2012)

  • New Links for Marine Sciences and Minor in Marine Biology. Check out the Undergraduate Minors section for more information. (Added 8/3/2012)

  • New Links and updated content. (Added 3/5/2012)

  • New Links were added for the career services and internships websites. Please click on the undergraduates link on the top bar to find these links. (Added 7/1/2011)