TO THE DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY GRADUATE STUDIES PROGRAM
- Two year Masters degree
- Numerous research opportunities available
from molecular, organinsmal to ecology
( Faculty research supported by NIH,
NSF, AHA, NOAA)
- Department that values integration accross
many biological disciplines
- Great teaching in a small interactive classroom
- A good record of job and doctoral placement
upon completion of degree
- Continued financial support thoughout your
- Apply your skills and learn new ones!
- Attend and present at scientific meetings
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Selected examples of recently
completed Masters Theses:
Jennifer Purrenhage. "Regional population structure of
spotted salamanders (Ambystoma maculatum) in a fragmented landscape.
2004. Erin Lawrence. "Omniverous bird community
demonstrates a weak connection to primary productivity in grassland
2004. Elaheh Azodi. "Analysis of N-cadherin function
in the development of zebrafish (Danio rerio) retinal ganglion
2004. Christian Picard. "Nutrient removal in treatment
wetlands at two scales"
2004. Jamie Rogers. “Sex Hormone Profiles of
ellderly men residing in a nursing Home vs. a healthy population of
College Men- A Pilot Study”
2004. Bobbie Kenna. “Efficacy of Ximelagatran
in Enhancing the Performance of Small Diameter Prosthetic Grafts in
a Canine Model”.
2004. Ameber Kerstetter. "Cadherin expression
and function in the pectoral limb bud and fin of the developoing zebrafish"
2004. Erin Madson. "Effects of herbivory and granivory
on the seed bank in a wet meadow"
2004. Cameron Carlyle. "To strive, to seek, and not to yield: testing
juvenile plant competitive response strategies"
2003. Stacey Spanovich. "Seasonal effects on circulating
leptin in the lizard Sceloporus undulatus from two populations"
2003. Miller, SR. Effects of local density and population
size on pollination and female reproductive success in Lupinus perennis
2003. Adam Underwood. "Expression of multiple
unique SRY loci in male SHR/AKR"
2003. Colin Everhard. “The Development of a Low
Blood Pressure Line of Rats”.
2003. Mindy Murdock. "Effects of seasonal testosterone
and sexual dimorphism on locomotor performance variation in the eastern
fence lizard (Sceloporus undulatus)"
2002. Jim Pinettte. “The Effects of Sympathetic
Nervous System Stimulation on Blood Pressure and Testosterone Levels
in Neonatal Normotensive and Borderline Hypertensive Male Rats”.