The Biology Club will meet every other Tuesday this Fall Quarter.
For more information, please contact one of the officers listed below or the Biology Department.
Club Officers and Contacts
|Biology faculty members Lucinda Carnell, Jim Johnson, |
Jason Irwin and Paul James at the 2008 Darwin Day Celebration
|Ken Kardong, guest speaker, and Dave Darda, CWU Biology, |
at the 2008 Darwin Day Celebration.
Recently twenty-one students from Central Washington University were initiated into the prestigious Beta Beta Beta Biological National Honor Society. Students who have outstanding academic accomplishments, participate in community service, and are committed to the study of Biology were considered for this society. BBB is dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research. Honored guests at the ceremony included Dr. Meghan Miller, Interim Dean of the College of Sciences, Dr. David Darda, Chairperson of Biological Sciences, and Dr. Tom Cottrell, Advisor to CWU BBB Chapter. The Biology president Neetu Singh says that this club serves as the home for the honor society at CWU. The club is very popular among biology students, with total enrolled club membership greater than 40 students, and more than 60 students participating in un-official ways.
List of participants, left to right:
Natural Science Seminar FRIDAY Nov. 7th "From Snakes in Washington to Lizards in Mexico: A 20-Small Mammals, Big Road Studying And Enabling Biodiversity Along I-90 In The Snoqualmie Pass Area
Please join the Museum of Culture and Environment for a talk by Dr. Kris Ernest, Dept of BiologicalFirst-Nations Genetic Research Surveys Grizzly Bears
Dr. Gerald Scoville, who teaches BIOL 452 Ornithology at Central, recently co-published an article o