Elementary school students to learn about their inner animal at UMass Dartmouth

UMass Dartmouth Biology students to present "Bones: Your Inner Animal" to hundreds of elementary school students in the Claire T. Carney Library Grand Reading Room from 9am-2pm tomorrow

UMass Dartmouth biology students from Professor Kathryn Kavanagh's Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy class will welcome hundreds of SouthCoast elementary school students tomorrow, November 25, 2014, at the Claire T. Carney Library Grand Reading Room, from 9am-2pm, for a presentation "Bones: Your Inner Animal".

Elementary students from across the SouthCoast will visit UMass Dartmouth to engage with Biology students at various themed stations learning about the science behind our bones and anatomy, encouraging their interest in biology and scientific research.

UMass Dartmouth's Department of Biology emphasizes field and laboratory opportunities for its students to learn biology while studying living organisms. The department's diverse curriculum provides students with a solid background in fundamental biological principles and practices. It also allows students to take courses geared toward their specific interests. Faculty engage in research at the forefront of their fields, providing students with unparalleled opportunities for research experiences.

Departments : Directory Biology Dept