Course-based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs) offer Biology undergraduates the opportunity to do research with a small group of students. Under the guidance of a Biology faculty member, the students will conduct research together on a defined project. Students will receive course 3- 4 hours course credit. All courses require instructor permission. If you are interested in registering, click the button at the bottom to complete the CURE interest form.
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]What microbes colonize the built environment of our cities? Advanced analysis of urban microbiomes using field and molecular techniques.
- Instructor: Dr. Jessica Joyner
- Time: Monday and Wednesday, 9:30 - 12:15
- Prerequisite: BIOL 3880
*Note: if you are interested in this CURE, send Dr. Joyner an email directly.
Learn about embryos, the brain, and molecular lab techniques such as PCR and in situ hybridization as the lab investigates the developmental causes of fish behavior.
- Instructor: Dr. Jonathan Sylvester
- Time: Tuesday and Thursday, 1 - 3 PM
- Prerequisite: BIOL 3800
Interested in this course? Use the button below to complete the CURE interest form and get connected to the instructor.
- Instructor: TBD
- Time: TBD
- Prerequisite: TBD