About the Biology Department
The Department of Biological Sciences brings together a diverse group of science professors from a variety of professional backgrounds. Ranging from aquatic and terrestrial ecologists to cell biologists, microbiologists and geneticists, the department provides science and non-science majors alike with the opportunity to explore and understand the world around them, in both the laboratory and the great outdoors.
A large portion of the success of our biology degree program – and the successes demonstrated by our students and alumni – relates directly to mentoring opportunities between faculty and students, excellent facilities and equipment, and positive synergy and collaboration with our colleagues in other departments and disciplines.
Robert Soots, biology professor and head of the Campbell biology department, was teaching a course on invertebrates’ natural history at Campbell… More on this post
Michael Larsen, chairman and associate professor of biology for Campbell’s College of Arts & Sciences, was honored with the North… More on this post
In an old and dilapidated brick house, bloodstains drip down a mirror. Yellow caution tape waves in the breeze. Investigators pace the floorboards, measuring the distance from an empty six-pack to the bedroom, where cold air flows through a wide open window.