Labour Disruption/CUPE 3903 strike (as of March 5, 2018)
The University will remain open. All classes that can continue will continue. Libraries, restaurants and other food outlets, administrative offices and other university facilities will remain open.
Some classes will have to be temporarily suspended. All Biology labs are suspended.
To check the status of your courses, please go to my.yorku.ca (Please check back periodically).
About the Department of Biology
The Department of Biology offers undergraduate and graduate instruction in all the major fields of biology, with particular strength in Cell and Molecular Biology, Physiology, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
Each undergraduate program in the Department centres on a prescribed core of courses, beyond which students have the opportunity to take a broad variety of elective courses so as to acquire an understanding of the multifaceted nature of biology today.
Graduate studies are based on research, with programs leading to the Master of Science degree (by research thesis) and the Doctor of Philosophy degree (by research dissertation). Required courses in the graduate program are designed to enhance understanding of current research in various fields, and to ensure students’ thorough knowledge of their research speciality. The research interests of faculty span the broad areas of animal physiology, molecular and cellular biology, and ecology and evolution.
While programs are rigorous and demanding the Department maintains an informal and friendly atmosphere encouraging interaction and exchange of ideas and equipment between faculty and all students.
Congratulations to all our Biology Undergraduate and Graduate students who are graduating this June! Click here for a complete list.
Staff Recognition Awards
2015: Cristalina Del Biondo
2014: Maria Mazzurco