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Need to contact our department? The department of Biological Sciences office is here to support you remotely during these stressful and uncertain times. We will be responding to email inquiries during our normally schedueled business hours: Monday through Thursday 6 AM - 6 PM, and Friday 8 AM - 5 PM. Please direct your inquiries as follows:
George Floyd, an unarmed, 46 year old African American man, was filmed as a police officer knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes while he was handcuffed and face down in the street. This action led to his subsequent death and sparked an unprecedented level of civil unrest within this country and across the world. The Faculty and Staff of the CSUEB Department of Biological Sciences stand united in the belief that Black lives matter and in solidarity with the diverse millions calling for equitable treatment of Black people in this country. This includes but is certainly not limited to the reform of law enforcement practice and policy. We believe that radical changes like these will be a movement toward a just community for all people in our nation.Read More
The CSUEB Biology Faculty and Staff are committed to supporting the needs of our students and others we serve. This includes ensuring that we keep you informed about the issues that affect our community. At the moment, we are being inundated with headlines, soundbites, and news reports about the coronavirus disease 2019 or COVID-19. So, it can be a little overwhelming and even a bit frightening. Please know that, as trained biologists, we are happy to direct you to the most up-to-date and accurate resources about this issue. As a starting point, please feel free to visit the CSUEB coronavirus information website at the link below. If you have additional questions, please contact us at email@example.com and/or the Chair of the Department, Dr. Brian Perry, at brian.perry@csueastbayedu. Remember - the power of science is the knowledge it offers. Knowledge is Power.Read More
Hello, if you are a biology major looking for advising assistance this summer, the following individuals are available:. - Dr. Erica Wildy, Faculty Advisor, Department of Biology; - Mr. Avel Perez, Staff Advisor, College of Science Student Service Center For more information about reaching an advisor this summer including when office hours are available and how to meet up with an advisor, please click on the link below. NOTE: Advising will be either online, via email, and/or phone depending on the advisor. Read More
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