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09/13/2017
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Get a closer look at the biggest (and ugliest) salamander in the U.S.—the hellbender. Like many amphibians, these giants are dying off at alarming rates. We followed a team who are trying to reintroduce hellbender babies to the wild, before it's too late. Check out more from Joe's Big Idea!

03/15/2017

Congratulations!!! Rachel Sutton (Gibbs) on your Acceptance to The School of Veterinary Medicine at Auburn University.

JSU biology professor, Dr. Mark Meade, and graduate student, Ms. Kristin Carlisle, working with the Spring 2017 Donoho S...
03/09/2017

JSU biology professor, Dr. Mark Meade, and graduate student, Ms. Kristin Carlisle, working with the Spring 2017 Donoho School intersession students. Donoho high school students spent a week working with JSU biologists learning lab techniques in genetics and virology.

http://birminghamaudubon.org/2017-walter-f-coxe-grant-recipients-announced/Congratulations to JSU Biology graduate stude...
02/23/2017
2017 Walter F. Coxe Grant Recipients Announced

http://birminghamaudubon.org/2017-walter-f-coxe-grant-recipients-announced/

Congratulations to JSU Biology graduate student Daniel Wicker on receiving the Walter F. Coxe Research Grant from the Birmingham Audubon Society!

Daniel's thesis project involves examining population demographics and secondary production of the federally-threatened Round Rocksnail in the Cahaba River Basin. Best of luck, Daniel!

The Walter F. Coxe Research Grant program pays tribute to one of Birmingham Audubon’s early leaders, the influential conservationist Walter Coxe, by providing financial support for research project…

JSU Homecoming / Alumni Day 2016
10/29/2016

JSU Homecoming / Alumni Day 2016

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10/27/2016

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BBB Cookout | October 13th | Alumni House
10/11/2016

BBB Cookout | October 13th | Alumni House

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10/10/2016

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Just an average day here in the Biology Department!
10/07/2016

Just an average day here in the Biology Department!

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09/20/2016

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09/18/2016

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JSU Tri-Beta Officers - 2016/2017
09/13/2016

JSU Tri-Beta Officers - 2016/2017

Dr. Tim Lindblom, Dean, School of Science :-)
09/01/2016

Dr. Tim Lindblom, Dean, School of Science :-)

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08/22/2016

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Little River Canyon Center
08/18/2016

Little River Canyon Center

Great day at the Canyon Center with JSU's Biology Department grad students and faculty. Renewed partnerships, new plans and projects in abundance! Thanks to Drs. Tim Linblom and Niki Wayner for making the arrangements and thanks to Freddy Mederos for grilling a super lunch. Also great to have participation from our National Park Service partners. Thanks to all the students, faculty and staff for today's success!

08/08/2016
Jacksonville State University | Jurassic JSU: Paleontologist Creating Dino-sized Footprints in Department

http://www.jsu.edu/news/articles/2016/08/jurassic-jsu-paleontologist-creating-dino-sized-footprints-in-department-.html

Jacksonville State University’s biology department’s newest assistant professor, Dr. Michael Burns, is digging up some big things—literally! From Canada to Alabama, Burns puts the “dino” in dynamite! Burns will begin his second year at JSU this fall, and he has already helped uncover a massive fossi...

He's back as a Pokemon!!!!
07/19/2016

He's back as a Pokemon!!!!

Alert: Pidgey has been sighted in Dr. Lindbloms office. We are happy to report that he was captured in accordance with S...
07/13/2016

Alert: Pidgey has been sighted in Dr. Lindbloms office. We are happy to report that he was captured in accordance with SOP.

Joan Ingram - JSU Employee for the Month for June 2016
06/24/2016

Joan Ingram - JSU Employee for the Month for June 2016

https://jobs.jsu.edu/postings/6905
05/23/2016
Science in Motion Specialist - Physics

https://jobs.jsu.edu/postings/6905

The Science in Motion Specialist - Physics is responsible for conducting teacher education training in the teaching of secondary sciences (Biology, Chemistry, or Physics) utilizing state-of-the-art procedures and laboratory equipment and to teach lecture and laboratory units to high school science u...

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05/02/2016

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05/02/2016

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04/15/2016

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04/08/2016

Everyone is invited to the following Inauguration Day events:

10 a.m. - Investiture Ceremony - Pete Mathews Coliseum
Classes will be suspended from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to give students and faculty the opportunity to attend. Shuttle service will be available from the Houston Cole Library to Pete Mathews Coliseum beginning at 9 a.m. Faculty and staff are encouraged to carpool or take the shuttle. The ceremony will air live on TV-24 and will be streamed on OVC digital network.
An alternate options for viewing by live stream is available at Houston Cole Library, 11th Floor rooms 1103A & B.

12-2 p.m. - Inaugural Reception - Meehan Hall, 5th Floor
Shuttles will run from the coliseum to the reception at Meehan Hall immediately following the ceremony.

2:30-4:30 p.m. - Open House - President's Home

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03/29/2016

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