College of Sciences and Technology
Acevedo-Gutierrez, Alejandro, PhD, marine vertebrate ecology.
Anderson, Roger A., PhD, vertebrate behavioral and physiological ecology.
Brodhagen, Marion, PhD, chemical ecology, plant-microbe interactions.
DeChaine, Eric, PhD, evolution and ecology of alpine and arctic flora.
Donovan, Deborah A., PhD, marine invertebrate physiological ecology.
Hooper, David U., PhD, ecosystem ecology and plant community ecology.
Leaf, David S., PhD, cell and developmental biology.
Kodner, Robin, PhD, quantitative marine biology.
Miner, Benjamin G., PhD, marine invertebrate ecology and evolution.
Moyer, Craig L., PhD, evolutionary molecular microbiology.
Otto, Joann J., PhD, cell biology.
Peterson, Merrill A., PhD, insect ecology and evolutionary biology.
Pillitteri, Lynn, PhD, eukaryotic cell and molecular biology.
Schulze, Sandra, PhD, chromatin structure and nuclear organization.
Schwarz, Dietmar, PhD, ecological genetics.
Serrano-Moreno, José, PhD, cellular physiology.
Singh-Cundy, Anu, PhD, plant developmental biology.
Sulkin, Stephen D., PhD, invertebrate larval biology.
Trent, Carol, PhD, molecular and developmental genetics.
Young, Jeff C., PhD, plant genetics.
Program Advisor: Dr. Deborah Donovan, Biology Building 310
To offer a first-class research experience for our students that will provide them with the background and skills to enter a variety of professional careers in biology. We aim to provide a stimulating intellectual environment with rigorous scholarship that facilitates multiple opportunities for graduate students.
A bachelor’s degree and departmental permission. Deficiencies in undergraduate courses or those subsequently revealed to the Biology Graduate Committee or to the student’s program committee must be removed prior to advancement to candidacy. Applicants are directed to the current requirements of the basic BS degree in biology for a summary of expected preparation for graduate work. All students should have completed upper-division courses in genetics, cell biology, ecology and biometrics, and supporting introductory course work in organismal biology.
Admit Quarters: Fall quarter only; spring quarter by petition.
Deadline: The deadline for priority consideration is February 1 for fall quarter. See Graduate School deadlines for other quarters.
TA Deadline: The deadline for applying for a teaching assistantship is February 1.
Required Test: Graduate Record Exam, General Test or REVISED General Test beginning August 2011.
Supporting Materials: Application with $60 fee; three recent letters of reference; one set of official transcripts from every college/university attended; written description of background and research interests, including an indication of potential faculty advisors.
At least 45 total combined credits from the following areas: