Biological Sciences Seminar Series Robert Adams PhD

Junipers of the World: Phylogeny, Evolution, and Systematics

Faculty host Dr. Levetin introduces esteemed professor Dr. Robert Adams, of Baylor University, for the 1st of the Biological Sciences Seminar Series entitled "Junipers of the World: Phylogeny, Evolution, and Systematics".

Date: September 12, 2013
Time: 4-5pm
Where: Oliphant Hall

The Faculty of Biological Science at The University of Tulsa offers B.A., B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in Biology and an interdisciplinary undergraduate program in Biogeosciences jointly managed between Geosciences and Biological Sciences.

Degree requirements are purposely flexible, providing the student with career choices in biotechnology, organismic biology, cellular biology, environmental biology, medicine, dentistry, medical technology, or further graduate training.

The undergraduate program provides a broad foundation in biological principles that will permit students to successfully pursue a variety of career options including academic work in a diversity of graduate and professional programs.

The graduate program offers specialized training in selected areas of biological science relevant to the research interests of individual faculty.

Students at all levels may participate in a wide range of research opportunities, including basic studies in molecular and cellular biology, animal behavior, developmental biology, environmental biology, genetics, glycobiology, physiological ecology, and molecular systematics.