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Biology affects us all,

from seeking cures for diseases such as cancer and AIDS, to protecting our environment and characterizing the diversity of species with which we share our planet. Studying biology at WestConn will provide you with an opportunity to explore this fascinating science.

Biology Office

SB 220

Dept Secretary:
Lisa Taylor

For more information, contact the Dept. Secretary at 203-837-8791 or by e-mail.

FAQ

Where do I find the Department Chairperson?

Dr. Patrice Boily
SB 243.
Phone 203-837-8569 or
e-mail at boilyp@wcsu.edu.

Who is my academic advisor?

The Advisors-Advisees List for Spring 2018 registration is available for download :

– Sorted by Advisee Last Name
– Sorted by Advisor Last Name

What’s New on the Website

  • Dept News (09-19-18)
  • Upcoming Events (09-19-18)
  • Student Opportunities (03-05-18)
  • Forms – new option sheets (10-23-17)

 

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Upcoming Events

Biology Follies, our annual department variety show, is coming again, Friday, Sep 28 from 3:30 – 4:30 pm in Science Building 125. Biology faculty, staff, and students are invited to submit their acts to Dr. Wong (wonge@wcsu.edu) no later than the 26th. (posted 09-19-18)

Friday Seminar Series

Dr. Nicole Wagner from LambdaVision, Inc. will be speaking on “Bacteriorhodopsin and human retinal implants.” on Friday, Oct 26, at 3:30 pm in Science Building 125. Meet the speaker at 3:00 pm in the Atrium. The event is free and open to the public. (posted 09-19-18)

Department News

Dr. Edwin Wong has been awarded the Macricostas School of Arts & Sciences Outstanding Faculty Member award by the Student Government Association and the Provost’s Award for Teaching. (posted 09-19-18)

Dr. Rachel Prunier has been awarded the Board of Regents Faculty Research Award for WCSU. Congratulations! (posted 01-20-18)

Dr. Neeta Connally and Dr. Rayda Krell are part of a joint grant award from the U.S. EPA to WCSU and the Ridgefield Health Department to educate communities about tick management. Read all about it here. (posted 10-06-17)

Advisor-Advisee Lists are now available on the Forms page (posted 09-23-17)

Dr. Frank Dye has a new book out, entitled “Dictionary of Stem cells, Regenerative Medicine, and Translational Medicine“, published by John Wiley. (posted 03-19-17).

Welcome. Dr. Hannah Reynolds joins us as our new tenure-track microbiologist. She comes to us from Ohio State University, and her research interests include fungal diseases such as White-Nose Syndrome that affects bats. (posted 01-21-17)

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Department Announcements

Entomology Club is welcoming new members. For details, check out the club webpage or contact its adviser, Dr. Mitch Wagener

Herpetology Club is welcoming new members. For details, check out the club webpage or contact its adviser, Dr. Theodora Pinou.

Biology Club is welcoming new members. For details, check out the club webpage or contact its adviser, Dr. Ed Wong.