Welcome to the Department of Biology at Colorado State University. Our internationally-recognized research and education programs focus on organisms, diving into mechanistic detail about how they work, or stepping back to consider how they interact with each other and with their environment.  From cells to the biosphere, we make discoveries about fundamental questions in Biology, and we use this new knowledge to make the world a better place.  CSU Biology is a place where everyone is welcome to indulge their curiosity about the living world.

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Middle school students investigate urban wildlife

Through collaboration between Colorado State University, Poudre School District, and the Rocky Mountain Cat Conservancy, students in Fort Collins have discovered how humans and wildlife interact in urban settings. 

‘Be yourself’: Biology alumna reflects on first-year teaching fellowship

Sarah Groenwald is a recipient of the Knowles Teaching Fellowship, learning new ways to teach science to high school students.

Zoology alumna studies endangered animals at San Diego Zoo

Aryn Wilder uses genomic data at the Institute for Conservation Research.

Zoology alumna inducted into Colorado Authors’ Hall of Fame

Mary Taylor Young, an award-winning nature writer and graduate of Colorado State University, is being inducted into the Colorado Authors’ Hall of Fame.

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DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY

Colorado State University
Biology Building, Room 111

1878 Campus Delivery
Fort Collins, CO 80523

Telephone: 970-491-7011
Fax: 970-491-0649
Email: CSUBio@colostate.edu

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