Department of Biological & Environmental Sciences
Plumleaf Azalea Rhododendron prunifolium (Small) Millais. It is native to a few counties along the Chattahoochee River between Alabama and Georgia from the Auburn area south to Haleburg in Henry County on the Alabama side.
The Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences prepares students for graduate studies, health professional fields, teaching positions, and careers in business and government.
The Department offers undergraduate programs in biology (with concentrations in general biology, ecology and field biology, cell and molecular biology and medical technology), marine biology, and environmental science. The Department offers majors in biology education, biology (non-teaching) and a minor in biology (non-teaching).
The Master of Science in Environmental & Biological Sciences is designed to broaden the graduate student’s perspective and provide skills and knowledge for understanding environmental and biological problems in the sciences.
Front Row (L to R):Dr. Stephen Landers, Dr. Glenn Cohen (Chair), Dr. Philip Reynolds, and
Dr. Michael Woods
Back Row (L to R): Dr. Wayne Morris, Mrs. Sara Hester, Dr. Christi Magrath, Dr. Michael Stewart, Dr. Alicia Whatley, Miss Abby Peters, Dr. Lisa Ann Blankinship, Mrs. Heather Lofton-Garcia,
Ms. Janet Gaston , and Mrs. Teresa Moore
Not Shown: Dr. Neil Billington, Dr. Alvin Diamond, Dr. Sigurdur Greipsson, Ms. Rachael Koigi
Sig B. Harden, PhD
Professor and Department Chair