Orange Alert


(May 4, 2023)

Congratulations to Biology Graduate Students!

Congratulations to the nine Ph.D. Biology, 5 M.S. Biology, and 15 M.S. Biotechnology students who were awarded degrees this year as well as the 5 students who were recipients of prestigious awards!

2023 Biology Research Fair

(May 3, 2023)

Biology Undergraduate Program Updates

Over the past year the biology department has continued previous extracurricular opportunities for undergraduate students such as the Peer Mentoring Program and BioFair while also implementing new opportunities such as the 1st annual Biology Research Fair.

Picture of 2022 Awards Ceremony

(May 2, 2023)

Congratulations to our graduating seniors

The Department of Biology’s 38th Senior Honors Day Awards Ceremony will be held on Friday, May 12. A full list of awardees is included in this news story.

Student doing research in lab

(May 1, 2023)

Biology Summer Research Awards

We are excited to celebrate our undergraduate students who have received funding for summer research from the department of Biology.

(April 24, 2023)

Read about this accomplished biology alumna’s incredible legacy with SU!

Jane Perrin and her family celebrate a hundred-year history with our university

(April 24, 2023)

Syracuse University Launches Combined Biotech/ MBA degree!

The College of Arts & Sciences is stepping into the future with this new degree program.

Graphic with photos of Jennifer Ross and Jason Wiles with text that reads AAAS Fellows.

(Jan. 31, 2023)

Pair of A&S Professors Receive Prestigious Distinction from the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Jennifer Ross of the Department of Physics and Jason Wiles of the Department of Biology are honored in recognition of their commitment to the advancement of science.

Group of people in front of orange Syracuse University background.

(Jan. 20, 2023)

Chancellor Leads Ceremony Recognizing Crown Honors Professors

Heidi Hehnly, associate professor of biology, is the Renée Crown Honors Professor in the Sciences and Mathematics, and Karin Nisenbaum, assistant professor of philosophy, is the Renée Crown Honors Professor in the Humanities.