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Biology Education (6-12)
Why Study Biology Education at KWU? You'll teach others to "do" biology!
Students can be right in thick of nature and learn by doing in the lab and in the field. If you love the outdoors and wildlife and want to pass that on, if you enjoy studying living things, if you are deeply curious about the traits of various species and have the patience to engage in long studies in potentially messy settings, KWU can get you started on a rewarding journey of exploration and discovery about the fascinating natural world around us.
National Biological Honors Society & Departmental Clubs
Students can participate in three groups while at KWU: Beta Beta Beta National Biological Honors Society, the KWU Biology Club, and the KWU Medical & Health Society. Through these clubs, KWU students gain valuable experience with established professionals, engage and increase community awareness about a variety of biological topics, and have the opportunity to participate in local, national, and international field trips.
For more information, contact Dr. Stephanie Welter, chair of the Biology Department, or call (785) 833-4454.