Butterfly as barometer
Emilie Snell-Rood studies butterflies in order to better understand how organisms adjust to their environment. See her at work in the lab and in the field.
New digs at Itasca
On September 21 President Kaler and Itasca supporters broke ground on a much-needed new campus center at Itasca Biological Station and Laboratories — and marked the beginning of a new era.
A below par student
Paul Stadem began caddying at 12, and the hard-working biochemistry major continues to bring the skills learned on the golf course into the classroom.
Teosinte for two
Up, up and away
The college is poised to make big gains in emerging areas of biology by hiring 16 new faculty for six research clusters. Find out more about the effort.
Gecko feet don't stick around
A study of geckos' evolutionary history shows that the lizards gained and lost their adhesive toes many times, shedding light on how traits emerge and recede.
Tailgate in style! The UMAA is hosting a pre-game Homecoming brunch. Get tickets
Register with the University's Professional Networking Database in GoldPASS. You'll have
Join the College of Biological Sciences Alumni Society (BSAS), part of the University of