Facilities:
The Department of Biology and Marine Science is housed in the Reid Medical Sciences Building, the Nelms Buildings, and the new Marine Science Research Institute.

These facilities have a working wet lab with an aeration system, numerous aquaria and facilities to maintain various marine and freshwater organisms, an aquaculture compound dedicated to freshwater fish aquaculture, and a variety of spectrophotometers, centrifuges, incubators and microscopes for the use of students and faculty in laboratory and research settings.


The Life Sciences Museum

Laboratory facilities dedicated to advanced molecular and cellular biology allow students to culture mammalian cells amplify DNA using the polymerase chain reaction use fluorescence microscopy to count cells and view subcellular structures conduct ELISA assays

Student Resources:
See the Internship & Career Opportunities link to the left.