College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Welcome Alumni & Friends

Dear Alumni and Friends of KU Biology,

Welcome to the KU Biology Alumni website! This is the place for you to reach out to other KU biology alumni and stay connected with us. The KU biological sciences departments have evolved over the years, and now include three units: Undergraduate Biology Program, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, and Molecular Biosciences.

Are you interested in being informed about what is happening in KU Biology? We invite you to update your record on the Keep in Touch page, and get the latest news and receive information on upcoming events. If you want to keep in touch with classmates and let others know what is happening with you, we encourage you to complete the Keep In Touch form. Have you recently changed jobs or received a promotion? How did your years at KU prepare you for your career? Please share your updates with other alumni and students. We want to hear about you!

Check out the News & Events and check back often, as we continue to add more alumni socials.   We thank you for your ongoing support and appreciate your Giving.  If you are in the area, please stop by and visit us in Haworth Hall.

Rock Chalk!

Chris Haufler, Chair
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Susan Egan, Chair
Molecular Biosciences
Greg Burg, Director
Undergraduate Biology Program


Spotlight on Undergraduate Research

Holly Lafferty

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology student researches the role of minnows in aquatic food chain.

Holly Lafferty, BS, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, 2014
Howieson Opportunity Fund and Ida H. Hyde Scholarship for Women in Science in Spring 2013

Sukhindervir Sandhu

KU student, Sukhindervir Sandhu ยป tricks monkey flower into growing protective "hair".

Sukhindervir Sandhu, Biochemistry Major
Del & Carol Biomedical Scholarship in Fall 2013

Bailey Wilkerson

KU graduate spent four years experimenting with breast cancer cells.

Bailey Wilkerson, BS Microbiology, 2015.  Undergraduate Research Award winner.

Inaugural KU Beckman Scholars announced via @sharethis

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