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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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Field Mammalogy (BZ 340)
A successful specimen prep day! These ground squirrels are ready to be used for instruction in BZ330: Mammalogy. Keep an eye out for these specimens in our teaching collection.
Learn more about specimen prep here: YouTube | Museum Prep 101
Warning: The linked video explains the process of preparing museum specimens. The content may be considered graphic by some.
Embracing curiosity as a woman of color in STEM
Andrea Gomez, a 2006 biology graduate from the Colorado State University College of Natural Sciences, uses the flame of internal curiosity to explore new research areas, power through adversity and find confidence as a woman in STEM.
Arctic ground squirrels are changing their hibernation patterns
More than 25 years of climate and biological data reveal shorter hibernation periods and differences between male and female hibernation periods.
Introductory biology courses for nontraditional students launching at CSU Spur
This fall, the Department of Biology will roll out its first offerings of LIFE 102 and LIFE 103 biology courses that are based both online and in-person at CSU’s new Spur campus in Denver.
College of Natural Sciences’ Professor Laureate Lecture and Awards Ceremony – April 10
Kim Hoke, professor in the Department of Biology, is one of two 2023 College of Natural Sciences Professor Laureates, and will share her research in a lecture at the Spring 2023 Professor Laureate Lecture and Awards Ceremony.
DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY
Colorado State University
Biology Building, Room 111
1878 Campus Delivery
Fort Collins, CO 80523