Organismal and Environmental Biology

Collin Davis '16 Gets Feet Wet at Bahamas Shark Lab

  Monday, February 20, 2017
— Below is an excerpt of a blog post written by Collin Davis and published on the Bimini Biological Field Station (BBFS) blog. Davis graduated in 2016 with a bachelor of science in biology. You can read his entire post at the link below. Splash! ...

Steven Awarded Grant for Fern DNA Research

  Wednesday, January 04, 2017
— Dr. Janet Steven, Assistant Professor of Biology, has received a grant from the Nature Foundation at Wintergreen for DNA research that she hopes will confirm the age of fern populations in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. The work is part of ...

Biology Professor Co-Authors Study on Fish Populations in West Africa

  Tuesday, December 06, 2016
— Assistant Professor of Organismal and Environmental Biology Dr. Heather Harwell co-authored Red List of Marine Bony Fishes of the Eastern Central Atlantic. This large, collaborative research effort is the first comprehensive documentation of the ...

A Captain's Viewpoint: On Study Abroad

  Wednesday, October 19, 2016
— Studying abroad helped me gain a greater understanding of the natural world and different cultures. Circling the globe, swimming with whales, researching coral health on the Tahitian reefs and trekking 100-plus miles across the rugged Yukon ...

A Captain's Viewpoint: On Internships

  Wednesday, October 19, 2016
— If you looked back at photos of my childhood, you would find few pictures in which I wasn’t wearing a hat. Little did anyone know, my favorite accessory reflected my developing personality in more ways than one. A hat is the finishing ...

Steven to Use Virginia Academy of Sciences Grant to Study Plant Diversity

  Monday, June 13, 2016
— Assistant Professor of Biology Dr. Janet Steven has received a grant from the Virginia Academy of Sciences to study plant species composition in nearby Mariners’ Museum Park. The loss of surrounding farmland, the ...

A Captain's Viewpoint: On Honor

  Tuesday, September 01, 2015
— I still remember the nerves I felt sitting in the Community of Scholars Convocation, the freshman welcome ceremony. I recall intently watching the faculty members adorned in academic regalia as they filed into the hall, wondering which ones I ...
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