UNM Biology

Welcome to UNM Biology!  With classes and research spanning genes to ecosystems and beyond, we are home to major research programs like the Museum of Southwestern Biology, the Sevilleta Long-Term Ecological Research Program (LTER), the Center for Evolutionary and Theoretical Immunology (CETI), and New Mexico Natural Heritage.  As a leader in funded research and scholarly productivity, our graduate and undergraduate students learn about research by doing it.  Undergraduate training programs in the department like MARC at UNM, the PREP at UNM program, and the Sevilleta REU sites program, as well as Graduate training programs like the Museum Research Traineeship, provide additional opportunities for students to engage with research.  Please look around to see all of the activity across our department and find a place for your own study of Biology!

Undergraduate Opportunities:

Interested in Research?  Mentoring? Meeting other Biology students?  Check out these links.

MARC

BEMP

STEM Collaborative

STEM Gateway

Biology UnderGraduate Society (BUGS)

SACNAS Lobos

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Upcoming Seminar

Nov 30, 2021 - 03:30pm

Aquatic Ecology Candidate #1

Speaker/s:   

Host/s:  Tom  Turner

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Upcoming Brown Bag

Dec 01, 2021 - 12:00pm

Metropolitan Microbes: Anthropogenic land-use impacts to salamander & soil microbial communities

Speaker/s: Steve Kutos

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Upcoming Event

Dec 06, 2021 - 04:00pm

Undergraduate Coffee/Tea/Snack Hour

Where: Castetter Courtyard or Basement

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