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Dr. Nigel Noriega, Scientist and Film Maker Will Give A Guest Lecture

January 30, 2015
Entitled: "How Is Value Assigned To Tropical Forests?" Click the link to learn more.

Cecala awarded Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Grant

December 2, 2014
Assistant Professor of Biology, Kristen Cecala, was awarded a grant from the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency.

Biology Dept. Announces 2014-2015 Yeatman Award Recipients

October 2, 2014
The Harry C. Yeatman Award in Biology was awarded to Angelica De Freitas and Callie Oldfield at the annual Biology Department Junior-Senior Majors event September 28th.

New Biology Professor has Research Highlighted at Annual Society Meeting

August 11, 2014
Incoming faculty member Dr. Brandon C. Moore, Assistant Professor of Biology has his reproductive biology research Highlighted.

Dr. John R. Palisano And Dr. Francis X. Hart Present Four Years Of Research Collaboration

July 29, 2014
Dr. John R. Palisano, Department of Biology and Dr. Francis X. Hart, Department of Physics, have collaborated during the last four years on a project.

Professor John R. Palisano's Research Is The First Report Of Labeling Lamin B With Quantum Dots

July 28, 2014
At the Meeting of The Southeastern Microscopy in May, 2014, Professor John R. Palisano presented a poster showing his research. His findings are the first report of labeling lamin B with quantum dots.

Biology Professor John Palisano Featured in CNBC “Superbug” News Article

July 16, 2014
Professor John Palisano in the Department of Biology was recently featured in a CNBC news

Three recent graduates present research at the National Speleological Society Convention

July 16, 2014
Three recent graduates gave talks at the National Speleological Society Convention in Huntsville, Alabama on Wednesday, July 16. Will Coleman (Ecology and Biodiversity major, '14) presented "Cave Biodiversity of Hamilton County, Tennessee".

Professor John R. Palisano is featured in a CNBC news article “Deadly Ebola”

July 14, 2014
Professor John R. Palisano in the Department of Biology was recently featured in a CNBC news article entitled "Deadly Ebola spreads – and so do fears.”

Three papers detailing Sewanee student research have recently been published.

May 23, 2014
Three papers detailing Sewanee student research have recently been published.

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