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ASBMB-Today features article on a Bio alum

We’re proud to share this article recently published in “ASBMB-Today,” a newsletter of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, which features Isabel Distefano, a Biology major and 2017 graduate of TCNJ.

Isabel (left)  is now working in the Pritzker DNA Lab at the Field Museum in Chicago, and loves her job. The article is here: https://www.asbmb.org/asbmb-today/careers/082622/science-inside-a-museum-exhibition

Another amazing TCNJ Bio alum!

 

 

 

Biology Comings and Goings…

As the summer ends and a new academic year is about to begin, it’s a time of change here in the TCNJ Biology Department. We welcome Wendy Clement, PhD, as our new department chair, who will serve a term of three years “at the helm” (administratively, at least) for the Biology Department. But at the… Continue Reading

TCNJ 7-Yr Program One of “Most Flexible”

The College recently posted an article citing a review of five 7-Yr accelerated medical programs which ran in Forbes. TCNJ’s was touted as being “most flexible.” Read the article here: TCNJ’s 7-Year Medical Program is one of five featured in Forbes for being “most flexible” We know our amazing seven-year students are interested in many… Continue Reading

Biology Major Receives Top Honors at Regional Symposium

  Congratulations to Junior Biology major Nicholas Blount on his selection as First Place Winner for his poster presentation within the Ecology and Evolution subdivision at the 14th Annual Regional Undergraduate Research Symposium at William Paterson University of New Jersey, conducted online this year on Saturday, April 17, 2021. Nick is a research student of… Continue Reading

Inclusivity: Statement of Support and Action

  We, the Biology faculty and staff at The College of New Jersey, condemn racism, value all members of our community, and are committed to building a Department in which students and colleagues feel valued, feel safe, and have the resources, opportunities, and support to flourish. Science and society benefit from the free, open, and… Continue Reading

Bio Alum Aaron Lee Receives Award

Recent biology major Aaron Lee, a December 2019 magna cum laude graduate, has been named a recipient of the Young Botanist Award from the Botanical Society of America. He joins another dozen or so students from around the country receiving this award, the purpose of which is to “offer individual recognition to outstanding graduating seniors in… Continue Reading

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