Dean of the School of Sciences
Dr. Jodi L. Lancaster
Lyet Hall, Room 143
Faculty: Bergeron, Bowne, Bridge, Cavender, Clarke, Dalton, Goldina, Hagan, Hoffman, MacKay, Newell, Pretz, Rood, Roy, Simmons, Smith, Toote, Wickham, Wohl
For more information, please visit the School’s website or check your course syllabi, which are available through the course instructor or at the High Library.
The School of Sciences includes the Departments of Biological and Environmental Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, and Psychology. We welcome all students in the study of biology, chemistry, psychology and their intersections. Faculty provide a transformational education that fosters a desire for life-long learning and application of education to improve the health and well-being of people, communities and our environment through careers in research, health and helping professions, advocacy and science. Faculty deliver a rigorous academic experience coupled with strong mentoring and advising to help students craft a path to obtain their individualized academic and career goals for purposeful work. We educate students so they can be directly employed in their field of interest or continue their education at highly regarded graduate and health professions schools.
The School of Sciences includes programs in Biology , Biochemistry and Molecular Biology , Biotechnology , Chemistry , Chemistry Laboratory Science , Environmental Science , Neuroscience , and Psychology . The School of Sciences collaborates with the School of Human and Health Professions on Biology Secondary Education and Chemistry Secondary Education .
Honors in the Discipline
The School of Sciences participates in the College Honors in the Discipline Program. For guidelines, students should consult their advisor.
Cooperative Programs with Other Institutions
The School of Sciences participates in several Joint Degree Programs .
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Science
Master of Arts