The Program in Biology encompasses a wide variety of disciplines. With about 80 full-time faculty in the departments of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department (EEB) and Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB), the Program offers a wide range of majors and minors.
The study of biology opens the door to diverse career opportunities. Many life science majors go on to attend professional schools in the health sciences (medical, nursing, and dental school) or graduate study that leads to careers in academia, industry, or government. Others pursue careers in conservation biology, law, journalism, teaching, and public health, among other options.
The Program in Biology office in 1140 USB houses biology-specific student services for our undergraduates and includes a drop-in space for students to study or check in with Peer Advisors. Many general questions can be answered by on-duty staff, but more complicated or in-depth discussions should be scheduled online.
Support Services for Students
Programs in Biology & Neuroscience Tutor List
In addition to the University and College-supported services listed above, the Program in Biology offers a Tutor Referral Service. Each term the Bio. Office issues a general call and gathers the names and contact information from students who are interested in acting as tutors. Please feel free to contact us at any time to get an up-to-date list of tutors available for your course(s).
PLEASE BE AWARE: Tutors are not employees of the Program in Biology or the departments of EEB or MCDB. The Biology Office does not monitor the tutoring relationship. Qualifications, scheduling, and remuneration (if any) should be negotiated in advance between the student and the tutor.