From molecules to ecosystems, biologists seek to understand life at every level.  

In March 2021, a panel of distinguished young Biology graduates shared their paths to success followed by Q & A


Ursinus students presented their research at a national conference in December 2020. Above is one of three different presentations. View all three presentations from our students from The American Society for Cell Biology Conference.


The Biology department is a supportive community of students, faculty and staff who investigate the principles governing life processes. We help individual students identify their strengths and cultivate their scientific curiosity to develop into scientifically literate and responsible citizens. Our graduates are well prepared for rewarding careers or further studies to pursue medical or graduate degrees.

Our extensive range of courses teach students to think scientifically, communicate effectively, and master fundamental research techniques. Biology students have the opportunity to collaborate with faculty and fellow students to carry out cutting-edge research, and many present their research at local, regional and national conferences and publish in peer-reviewed journals. Students can also participate in a wide variety of internships and unique study abroad experiences.

Biology News

Alumni Return to Share a Variety of Career Paths in Biology

The Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students (MAPS), the Brownback Anders Pre-Health Society (BAPS) and Tri Beta, the Biology Honor Society hosted a career panel of accomplished young alumni who shared their experiences and offered advice.
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Thomas Hall
Department of Biology