Through observation and experiments, biologists gain an understanding of the nature and functioning of the living world, integrating this knowledge with the aid of chemistry, physics, and mathematics. Students at the University of Dallas explore biology through an active learning process that incorporates hands-on experience in the laboratory and field. Students engage with a diversity of techniques from a wide range of biological sub-fields and have an opportunity to learn to use high-tech equipment such as our Scanning Electron Microscope.
Toby Lab Publication: Hey, Sara, Dayjah Whyte, Minh-Chau Hoang, Nick Le, Joseph Natvig, Claire Wingfield, Charles Onyeama, Judie Howrylak, and Inimary T. Toby. "Analysis of CDR3 Sequences from T-Cell Receptor β in Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome." Biomolecules 13, no. 5 (2023): 825.
Soper Lab Publication: Soper, D. M., T. R. Raffel, J. P. Sckrabulis, K. L. Froelich, B. A. McPhail, M. D. Ostrowski, R. L. Reimink, D. Romano, S. P. Rudko, and P. C. Hanington. "A novel schistosome species hosted by Planorbella (Helisoma) trivolvis is the most widespread swimmer's itch-causing parasite in Michigan inland lakes." Parasitology 150, no. 1 (2023): 88-97.
Ashton Ellis, PhD, comes to the University of Dallas after nearly 10 years in fundraising at Hillsdale College.+ Read More
Thanks to a Braniff student, the language of the Gospels comes alive every Monday in Anselm 224.+ Read More
It took the Center for Thomas More Studies 20 years to complete the “Essential Works of Thomas More.” Now, the conference is researching More’s oeuvre piece by piece.+ Read More