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Research Areas

Undergraduate Research Opportunities

The course BIOL 4983 allows for research under the guidance of a professor and one to three hours of course credit:

This experience may aid the advanced biology student in gaining insight into research ability. It may also help students gain practical experience which serves as an important asset in obtaining a professional appointment.

Before registering for the course, you must have a written agreement from the research professor, who will provide the section number and course code. Research interests of individual departmental faculty can be viewed by accessing the Faculty & Staff or Research pages

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Biology Seminars

Biology seminars are held every Friday from 3:00 - 4:00. See the TWU Biology calendar of events for specific topics. More about “Biology Seminars”...

Seminar Fall 2016

Sept 23:  Dr. Jeffrey Chen, Genomic and Epigenetic Bases for Polyploidy and Hybrid Vigor

Sept 30:  Matt Moustakas, Director of Environmental Safety, TWU, Safety Seminar

Oct 7:  Dr. Kevin A. Morano

Oct 14:  Celebration of Science

Oct 21:  Dr. Sarah Bondos

Oct 28:  Dr. A. Keith Dunkar (joint seminar with UNT)

Nov 4:  Dr. David Allelo

Nov 11: Sanil Sansar, TWU Ph.D. candidate

Nov 18:  Dr. Michael Buszczak

Nov 25:   THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY

Dec 2:  Dr. Julie Pfeiffer

Dec 9:  Dr. Elisa Na