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Bickford talks endangered species

David Bickford, associate professor of biology, presented studies done by students and himself on the various amphibians of the San Gabriel Mountains and their decline at his lecture, “Inventory and Monitoring of the Amphibians of the Amphibians of the San Gabriel Mountains” Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.

Students defend genetically modified foods

Students in the honors program held an event that informed the public about genetically modified organisms in our foods as part of their senior project Wednesday in the Hanawalt House.

Professor studies environmental toxins

Biology professor Christine Broussard advocated for student-driven learning environments during this weeks faculty lecture, “Environmental Justice, Endocrine Disruptors, and Inclusive Excellence: STEM Scholarship with Purpose.”

Students present pollution solution

Jennifer Tsui, assistant professor of biology, and senior biology majors Sabrina Delgadillo, Micah Madrid and Noble Woodward presented “Bioengineering with the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Competition,” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room. 

Drought hinders frog calls

Associate Professor of Biology David Bickford presented his biological research in Papua New Guinea and how to overcome climate change to more than 20 faculty, staff and students Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.

Bickford makes leap in frog science

It is not every day that a biologist gets a species of frog – or any amphibian for that matter – named after him.

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