http://www.ksu.edu/biology K-State Division of Biology
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Welcome to the Division of Biology
The Division of Biology at Kansas State University has a proven track record of dedication to both education and research. We offer three bachelor's degrees in biology, microbiology and wildlife biology; a master's degree in biology; and two Ph.D. degrees in biology and microbiology.

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Students & Scholarships
There are approximately 700 undergraduate students and 60 graduate students enrolled every year.  Annually, the Division awards nearly $80,000 in scholarships to undergraduates and fully funds each graduate student at a cost of $25,000 per student.

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Research & Publications
The expertise of the faculty scientists is well-documented by their publication record each year. The faculty publish, or have in press, more than 125 papers in peer-reviewed journals annually. In addition, nearly 20 book chapters and review articles are published by Division faculty annually.

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Seminar Program
The Division maintains a very active seminar program that is an integral part of its research and education activities. The faculty and students in the Division host over 50 seminars each year, drawing upon the expertise of our national and international colleagues, as well as the expertise of our own faculty and students.


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