Laboratory courses provide hands-on experience with a wide array of scientific procedures and methods. Lab classes have a maximum enrollment of 24 students.
Laboratory courses are critical part of a Human Biology major. There is a difference between studying science and doing science. Lecture courses guide in the study of science. Laboratory courses build on knowledge to produce know-how and prepare students to do science. Research projects have students do science. Lecture, lab, and research are important components of a Human Biology major.
Fall 2017 Scholarship Applications due by 4:30 p.m. Wednesday February 15, 2017
Human Biology is now accepting applications for the Dr. Donel Sullivan Scholarship, the Jeremy Green Family Scholarship, and the Herbert and Crystal Sandmire Scholarship! Scholarships will be awarded to exemplary students who are pursuing an undergraduate degree in the sciences and who are interested in a career in medicine or another health-related profession. For scholarship criteria click here.
One application can be submitted for any or all three of the scholarships. Applications and supporting materials are due by 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 15, 2017 and should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or delivered to the Human Biology office, LS 455.
Letters of recommendation must be sent from the UWGB faculty member (professor or instructor) directly to email@example.com.
Congratulations to the following students who were awarded scholarships for the fall 2016 semester.
Jeremy Green Family Scholarship – Jennifer Hellweg
Herbert and Crystal Sandmire Scholarship – Rachel Elliot, Kyle Leubka, James Wise and Amber Ziorgen
Dr. Donel Sullivan Scholarship – Austin Sturdivant
Are you looking for a student organization in which to participate? Choosing an organization related to your Human Biology major is a great a way to meet like-minded students with similar interests and make professional connections that will help you achieve your career goals.