Illinois State University received an NSF grant of $1.4 million to increase the number of students from underrepresented groups seeking a STEM degree or teaching credential.
Shu-Mei Chang of the University of Georgia will present “Pollen competition in the style: Is bigger always better?” Thursday October 8, at 4:30 p.m. in 210 Moulton Hall
A doctoral student in the School of Biological Sciences is part of a duo that have discovered that even a small increase in temperature can have devastating effects on nervous system function
Krista Kirkham MS ’05, Laura Zimmerman MS ’09 PhD’13, and Sandrine Clairadin BS’09 MS ’12 will be returning to the ISU campus to participate in Alumni Career Day.
School of Biological Sciences faculty member John Sedbrook, Ph.D., authored an opinion piece published last week in Crain’s, a Chicago-area circulation focusing on business matters.
Faculty from the School of Biological Sciences are part of the organizing group bringing this conference to ISU next summer.
Illinois State alum Jonathan Bauer, M.S. ’07, currently a postdoctoral researcher at Indiana University, will be giving a presentation on his research.
Daniel Gibson-Reinemer of the Illinois Natural History Survey will present “Climate change effects on species’ distributions and ecological assemblages” Thursday, September 10, at 4p.m. in 210 Moulton Hall.
Illinois State University faculty from the School of Biological Sciences and Chemistry and Geography-Geology departments will lead a workshop for teachers on the impacts of climate change.
I-View, which includes two School of Biological Sciences faculty on its leadership team, will significantly enhance the ability of conservation organizations to establish an interconnected system of healthy and protected lands and waters.