Biology Department

Medical Expert Shares Latest Invention for Burn Victims; Watch Webcast


Nebraska Wesleyan University kicked off its spring Forum Lecture Series with an expert on regenerative medicine who discussed his latest invention — a spray-cell gun for burn victims.

Fetzer Science Lecture: Dr. Curt Meine

02/09/2012 - 1:00pm
Olin B Lecture Hall

Dr. Curt Meine is a senior fellow with the Aldo Leopold Foundation and director of the Conservation Biology and History Center for Humans and Nature. 

Fetzer Science Film Screening: "Green Fire"

02/08/2012 - 7:00pm
Olin B Lecture Hall

In preparation for the Fetzer Science Lecture, Nebraska Wesleyan will host a free screening of "Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic For Our Time." 

Internships in Nation's Capital Reaffirm Biology Student's Passion for Medicine


Nebraska Wesleyan University senior Ben Wiese knows he wants to be a doctor someday.

Biology Professor Paddling 600 Miles on Human Adventure


Jerry Bricker’s idea of a “summer vacation” is probably not one that many can relate to.

Biology Major Receives UNMC's Highest Honor For Undergraduate Research


A Nebraska Wesleyan senior biology student has been awarded the University of Nebraska Medical Center's (UNMC) highest honor for undergraduate research presentations at the Nebraska Academy of Scie

Biology Students Earn Top Honors at Undergraduate Research Conference


Eight Nebraska Wesleyan University biology students have returned from the West Coast Biological Sciences Undergraduate Research Conference where two NWU students received top honors.

Goldwater Scholar Fueled By Science And Discovery


Ever since she was 8-years-old, Lindsey Jones wanted to be a doctor.

Pre-Health Committee

The pre-health professions committee at Nebraska Wesleyan University serves pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-veterinary, pre-pharmacy, pre-podiatry, pre-optometry, pre-physician assistant, and allied h

Program Gives Students the Edge in Biomedical Research


Nebraska Wesleyan University junior Laura Blasnitz is pretty sure she won’t cure cancer. But she’s hoping her summer research experience will eventually lead to a career where her contributions are important.