Special Topics Course, BMS 415: Cholera
Yes, the full title is "BMS 415: Advanced Exploration in Cell, Molecular, and Physiological Biology" but
the Spring 2011 version is all about cholera.
More information is here, or you can ask any of the
three instructors (Cheryl Watson, Marty Kapper, or Mike Davis). (Posted November 2, 2010)
They're Back...the Bio Club Poinsettias!
Once again, the CCSU Biology Club is selling potted poinsettias in red or white, for your home or office, or to give
as gifts. See the attached flyer for more information about the plants and how to order them. The ordering deadline
is December 10, and the plants will be delivered on campus on December 16.
delivery. You can order your plants by phone, by e-mail, or by sending (Posted December 1, 2010)
The Tutors Are Ready to Help
The new Fall 2010 Tutor list and schedule have been released.
Please visit or contact Liz, Rachel, Clint, or Randy for help with any BMS course (and maybe chemistry, physics,
or math, if you ask nicely!). They're waiting for you in Rm 241, the Learning Center, at the times noted on the
schedule. (Posted September 16, 2010)
Want to Know What Grad School is Like? Want to Stay Nearby for Graduate School?
Want to Apply for Free?
The Biomedical Sciences Program at the UConn Health Center is having an Open House on Oct 22 from 2-5 pm.
There will be research presentations, tours, discussions and snacks. Plus, when you apply, they will waive the
$75 application fee! You'll probably run into some CCSU/BMS graduates over there who can tell you what it's like.
This flyer describes the afternoon's events, and gives
the address for registration. (Posted October 7, 2010)
Animal Care Training Session, Oct 15
If your research involves (non-human) animals, you need training. Contact your research mentor or Ruth Rollin to
sign up for this mandatory training session from 3-4 pm, Friday Oct 15. (Posted October 13, 2010)