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We include students in our personal research because we believe that students best learn biology by doing biology.
The Hope College Biology Department exists to introduce students to the broad scope of knowledge about living things, to cultivate in them the craft of scientific inquiry, to prepare them for employment or graduate study in any of biology's rapidly changing subdisciplines or in the health professions, and to create and communicate new knowledge about the living world.
Our VisionThe Hope College Department of Biology will be widely recognized as one of the premier undergraduate programs in biology in the nation. We will be recognized as exemplary by established scientists, by potential, present and past students, by funding agencies, and by the educational community in general for the quality of the students we pass on to graduate and professional programs, for the facility with which our graduates adapt to the ever changing fields within biology, and to the job market, as well as for the productivity of our faculty and staff in creating new knowledge within our various subdisciplines.
The basic objectives of the Department's program are for students to:
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