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Science Seminar Schedule


For more information about biology at Manchester University, please contact:
Dr. David Hicks, chair
Department of Biology
260-982-5309
DJHicks@manchester.edu

 

Department of Biology

Students are working with two hives of honey bees located on top of the Science Center. Their project is focused on the incidence of tracheal mites (Acarapis woodi) and varroa mites (Varroa jacobsoni) on honey bees in the area, along with measuring honey production from the two hives.

The Department of Biology at Manchester University teaches students to understand nature through the process of inquiry and discovery. Lecture and lab courses emphasize the process of science, critical thinking, and the various themes that unify all living organisms. 

Students taking courses in biology may be interested in such diverse fields as teaching, biological research, environmental studies, medical technology, medicine, dentistry and veterinary science. Through internships, research projects and close interaction with professors, students graduate well prepared to meet their future academic or career objectives.

 

Manchester University Science Center
The Science Center
at Manchester University


Click here to view "Biology/Environmental Studies
at Manchester - Naturally."

Student Clubs

Manchester University Chapter of Beta Beta Beta

American Fisheries Society

 

Travel Courses

Australia January 2013

 



 
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