The Department of Integrative Biology strives for excellence in basic and applied research and instruction in the broad, comprehensive field of integrative biology. Our vision is to build on our strong international reputation with foci in Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, and Environmental Stress. The department currently has 21 regular faculty members, numerous active adjuncts and emeritus members, 640 undergraduates in the biology, zoology, and physiology majors, and over 60 graduate students. Please visit our news section for recent developments in our department, and don't hesitate to contact us if you would like further information.
An integrative approach to organismal biologyBy integrating across levels of analysis from genes to ecosystems, what can we learn about organisms and their environments?