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.
Congratulations to the following students who were awarded scholarships for the fall 2015 semester.
Jeremy Green Family Scholarship – Courtney Pagenkopf
Herbert and Crystal Sandmire Scholarship – Kyle Leubka and Bridget Schedler
Dr. Donel Sullivan Scholarship – Andrew Becker, Kerry McVey and Kelly Strasser
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.
News stories in Inside
- Faculty note: Hanke joins MCW as assistant dean
September 4, 2015
- Transforming classrooms: UWGB readies campus for fall semester
August 11, 2015
- Human Biology student earns internship through UW School of Medicine
July 1, 2015
- Travel tip: Course provides trip inside human body
June 15, 2015