Here you will find a collection of news, information and updates for College of Biological Sciences undergraduate students.
Are you going to be serving in the South Korean military? Join us for the “pre-departure” workshop that was created for you by the Office of Undergraduate Education.
Friday, November 2
Noon - 1:30 PM
145 Nicholson Hall
A Korean meal will be served!
ACR Homes is HIRING students to become Direct Care Professionals! DCPs work in a home setting alongside a co-worker to care for an average of 4 individuals who have developmental and physical disabilities. You will get the chance to care for the emotional, medical, and physical needs of the residents as well as enjoying fun activities with them on your shifts.
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a public health crisis. Currently, no effective strategies to prevent or slow AD exist, largely due to the lack of a complete understanding of the mechanisms that contribute to AD pathophysiology.
The University is conducting a research study of what we hope will become 10,000 Families Study because health, diseases and risk factors can run in families. The study is multigenerational study and will help us understand how genetics and shared habits contribute to health and disease. The goal is to enroll 10,000 Minnesota families with young children, their parents, siblings, and grandparents.
The laboratory of Dr. Daniel Voytas on the St. Paul campus is currently looking for sophomore or junior undergraduate students interested in working on projects involving cutting edge genetic engineering systems in crop plants. This position is a great opportunity for students who are thinking about a research career in biotech/life sciences. While prior lab experience is a plus, it is by no means required. Students who are accepted will gain skills in: Molecular cloning, plant rearing and genetic screening, and methods of genetic modification
CBS Student Services will be hosting their CBS Study Abroad Lunch and Learns on October 1 - 5, 2018 from 12-1pm in 3-104 MCB.
During these lunch time information sessions, you will hear from past CBS students who have studied abroad, learn about the programs from the staff who work with them, and find out why they work so well for CBS majors. Information on scholarships will be covered too! Below are the sessions for this semester:
Deadline October 10, 2018