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CBS students start their collegiate journey at the headwaters of the Mississippi where they meet faculty, make friends and learn biology in a living laboratory and continues back on campus with in classrooms and labs, study spaces and student groups. You are now viewing a collection of education and teaching news, opportunities and highlights at the College of Biological Sciences

Stephanie Harberts recognized with Tilman Teaching Award

The College of Biological Sciences recognized high school teacher Stephanie Harberts with the 2021 Sarah L. Tilman Memorial Science Teacher Award at its annual dinner April 14, 2022. First-year students to nominate teachers who inspired them and helped them achieve. Recipients are selected by a faculty committee.

Golden Pipettes return

The CBS Student and Events Boards brought back the Golden Pipettes with an awards ceremony April 20 at Huntington Bank Stadium's Indoor Room. Faculty were recognized for their impact on the lives of CBS undergraduate students, as well as foster connections between faculty and students in a non-academic setting. This year's recipients included:

Biology TA Positions Available for Summer and Fall 2022

The Department of Biology Teaching and Learning is seeking teaching assistants (TAs) for lecture and lab courses for summer (BIOL 1001 and 1009) and fall 2022 (BIOL 1001, 1003, 1009, 1012, 1015, 1052, 1055, 1951, 1961, 2003, 2005, 3004, 3012, 3211). If you are responsible, motivated, and interested in helping other students learn, consider applying to work with this department. A variety of positions are available with responsibilities ranging from grading student work to leading your own laboratory section.