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The hallmark of biological science is interdisciplinary scholarship, centered on the discovery and understanding of all living things.

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The ULM Biology program is a vibrant, engaging, intellectual environment where the best and brightest study and research with outstanding faculty. We are devoted to our science and are very pleased to have the opportunity to share our discoveries with others in the classroom and laboratory.

We recognize that our primary mission is to maintain and nurture a caring and supportive environment that provides our students with best preparation possible for their future, whatever direction it may take. Our goal is to produce graduates who truly appreciate the significance of biology in a modern world and who are well prepared for their next challenge.

We invite you to look further and see where exciting careers of a lifetime begin... here at ULM!


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Three ULM biology students get their first duck-hunting experience. 

Jordan Konicki, Makayla Holman, and Ariana Paulk participated in the University Hunting Program organized in partnership with Delta Waterfowl.


ULM Biology Graduate student wins award at a Research Symposium

Biology graduate student Gannon Malone was recognized for having the top oral presentation at the Louisiana Association of Professional Biologists/Louisiana Chapter of The Wildlife Society Fall Meeting and Research Symposium held October 5-6, 2023, in Lafayette, LA. Graduate students from all colleges and universities in Louisiana were invited to present their research on natural resources. Gannon presented a portion of his thesis research entitled "Characterization of Vegetation Use by American Woodcock on Wintering Grounds in North Louisiana." He received a special Natural Resources Management Association award and a $500 Lifetime Louisiana Hunting and Fishing License.


ULM biology student awarded research grant

ULM Biology undergraduate Subash Sapkota was awarded a research grant from the Beta Beta Beta (Tri-Beta) National Biological Honor Society. Sapkota, a native of Nepal, is a double major in Biology and Mathematics at ULM and is a member of the ULM Honors Program.