Learn all about Biology opportunities at informal reception

Roger Coda
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Students can get an inside track on research projects, upper-level course electives and other learning opportunities in the Department of Biology at an informal gathering in the Science Center’s Kelly Family Auditorium (Room 105) on Friday, Feb. 18, at 3 p.m.

Faculty members will lead brief two-minute discussions on their research projects and also answer questions. Prizes will be awarded to students and pizza will be served.

Students majoring in Biology, Molecular Genetics, Medical Technology, Exercise Science or Adolescence Education: Biology are invited to the session, as are students interested in changing their major to one of these programs in the biology department.

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