Biology and BMB Forms and Applications
Included in this section are helpful forms and applications for Biology and BMB students. These forms include Biology and BMB research applications as well as forms forwarded to CAS Records and the University Registrar's office. They are in PDF form and can be downloaded for your use. These forms are also available in the biology main office. If you have any questions regarding the information on these forms, please see the Undergraduate Programs Coordinator, Michelle Sherman.
For additional forms & procedures, please visit the CAS website.
- Add/Drop For
- Biology Petition Form
- Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (BMB) Petition Form
- Biology Undergraduate Research Form
- BMB Undergraduate Research Form
- CAS Transfer Credit Request
- Course Overload Guidelines
- Declaration or Change of Major/Minor Form
- Independent Work for Distinction Application
- Registration Form
- Student Choice of Course Credit for Biology AP Exam
Clarie Schenkel works in Dr. Kim McCall's laboratory studying programmed cell death in the ovaries of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster.
Colin Averill recenlty published a paper in the prestigious journal, Ecology, along with his advisor, Dr. Adrien Finzi. His research work focuses on the forms of nitrogen that control the productivity of hardwood and boreal forests.
Curran Uppaluri is pursuing a dual major in both Biology and Economics and works with Dr. Peter Buston investigating whether Amphiprion percula, a type of anemonefish, exhibit definite personality traits.
Michelle McInnis, a senior Biology major working with Prof. Richard Primack, is investigating the effects of a warming climate on the flowering and leafing out times of plants.
Spencer Goodman is a senior working in Dr. John Finnerty's lab investigating gene expression in the parasitic lined sea anemone, Edwardsiella lineata.