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  • Biology News | California State University Stanislaus
    Contact Us A Z Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home College of Science Department of Biological Sciences Biology News Biology News Check back soon for Biology related news and updates Printer friendly version Department of Biological Sciences Degrees Concentrations Syllabi Teacher Ed Pre Health Biology Calendar Biology News Student awards and scholarships

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  • Advising | California State University Stanislaus
    are outlined in the University Catalog print and online Courses approved for each area have been listed One purpose of required advising is to prevent students take extra G E courses in areas already satisfied By updating the department checklist or the evaluation sheet provided by A R each advisor can track the progress of G E and help students avoid duplication of G E courses Our online advising worksheet provides a pull down menu of course options for each of the G E areas The University prefers to have students complete area A Communication Skills and the Math portion of area B Natural Sciences and Math as soon as possible Most biology majors will automatically complete area B Natural Science and Mathematics by completing prerequisites to the Major exception might be B A students who do not have a specific math requirement but must complete a college level math class from list of approved courses Area C Humanities is met by a course out of area 1 and a course out of area 2 and either a course out of area 3 Foreign Language or a second course out of either area 1 or 2 Area D Social Economic and Political Institutions and Human Behavior is straightforward except for area 1b for transfers from out of State Each student must be certified in the U S Constitution and California State and Local Government PSCI 1201 meets both of these requirements A student transferring from out of State may have met the U S Constitution requirement but not the State requirement They can either complete PSCI 1201 or pass a challenge exam offered by the Political Science department Area E Individual Resources for Modern Living is straightforward Students are also required to complete 9 units of upper division G E courses one course from each of three areas area F They must have completed 60 units of coursework or will exceed that number in the semester they enroll for an UD G E course before enrolling in an upper division G E course This area is straightforward except that students must complete a course outside of their major i e for biology majors BIOL 3000 BIOL 3020 BOTY 4000 or NSCI 3000 will not meet this requirement for area F1 note 1 to advisors Area G Multicultural Requirement can be met either by a lower division course or an upper division course A few of the approved courses can double count for this requirement and for another area of G E Students should be encouraged to try to find one that double counts Finally all students are required to complete an upper division Writing Proficiency WP course Students must take and pass the WPST administered each term before they can enroll in a WP course If they take an approved course from their major that they can use as electives in the major then this is not an additional 3 units The approved course for biology majors is Biol 4010 Research and Technical Writing in Biology Prerequisites to the Major All majors are required to complete an introductory year of biology with a lab component BIOL 1050 and BIOL 1150 The prerequisite for these two courses is an A or B in high school biology otherwise they are expected to take BIOL 1010 or equivalent A two semester majors Introductory ZOOL BOTY sequence with labs here or at another institution is equivalent to BIOL 1050 1150 AP biology provides no units towards the prerequisites or major an exception is an AP biology score of 8 which counts as 4 elective units in the major students are still required to take BIOL 1050 1150 Students having completed only BOTY 1050 or only ZOOL 1050 or equivalent one term course will be able to apply that course towards elective units however a two semester series of introductory biology must be completed note 2 to advisors All students must complete a year of Inorganic Chemistry and a semester of Organic Chemistry with lab the latter is upper division here but we accept a lower division course from elsewhere if it is 4 units includes a lab and was a course for science majors Note Chemistry will not accept LD Organic Chemistry as part of a chemistry minor Students opting to complete the second semester of Organic Chemistry with lab are eligible for a minor in chemistry if they have passed all of these courses with at least a C grade note 3 to advisors Majors pursuing a B S degree have a specific math requirement of either Statistics MATH 1600 or 1610 or Calculus MATH 1410 or 1910 with a minimum of 3 units For most professional programs Calculus is required in general biologists need knowledge of statistical methods B S students are required to complete a year sequence of introductory physics either calculus based or not Since physics is not a prerequisite for any other course we usually recommend postponing the physics courses until after the completion of introductory biology and the three chemistry courses Core of Major Cellular Molecular Biology Genetics Evolution Both BIOL 3310 Cellular Molecular Biology and BIOL 3350 Introduction to Genetics have a year of biology and a year of general chemistry as prerequisites The second genetics requirement is 2 units but many of the options for this requirement are 3 unit courses Any extra units here will count as electives in the major The majors Evolution course BIOL 4400 is required for all students entering the program beginning with the Fall 2009 catalog Genetics and Biotechnology All students are required to complete at least two upper division units for each concentration Structure and Function All students are required to complete 4 units of upper division coursework in structure and function with a lab an additional 4 units are required in the organismal concentration Ecology All students are required to complete 4 units of an upper division ecology course except students in the ecology concentration requiring 8 units

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  • Resources & Web Links | California State University Stanislaus
    Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home College of Science Department of Biological Sciences Resources Web Links Resources Web Links Academic Program Review Download Academic Program Review for Biological Sciences CSU Stanislaus Greenhouses The biology greenhouse complex consists of two environmental rooms under glass a potting room and a soils storage area One environmental room is designed for plants that prefer shade and higher humidity The other room houses plants that can tolerate higher light intensities and lower humidity These facilities are used primarily to maintain plants used in courses and to provide space for student projects BioAg Field Site The BioAg Field Site on the CSU Stanislaus campus is used for the application of and experimentation with permaculture biointensive gardening techniques and associated research studies by faculty and students We are regularly out on the Web When we find a great site we list it Campus Web Links Class Schedule Endangered Species Faculty Webs Dr Matthew Cover Dr Marina Gerson Dr Mark A Grobner Dr Terry D Jones Dr Ken Schoenly Dr Steven Wolf Dr Stuart Wooley Printer friendly version Department of Biological Sciences Degrees Concentrations

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  • Contact Information | California State University Stanislaus
    Proudly Stan State Fund University Colleges Athletics Plan Your Gift Philanthropic Partners Ways To Give Contact Us A Z Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home College of Science Department of Biological Sciences Contact Information Contact Information Admission and University Outreach for admissions information and applications to CSU Stanislaus Biological Sciences Main Office Building 35 See Campus Map Naraghi Hall Room N259 Mailing Address Department of Biological Sciences California State University Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock CA 95382 See Map Phone 209 667 3476 FAX 209 667 3694 Administrative Support Assistant Renee Brown Phone 209 667 3476 Administrative Support Coordinator Christi Jantz Phone 209 664 6549 Department Chair Stuart Wooley Phone 209 667 3476 Master of Ecology Sustainability Coordinator Dr Matthew Cover Phone 209 667 3603 Master of Genetic Counseling Coordinator Dr Janey Youngblom Phone 209 667 3487 Pre Health Professions Advisor Dr Mark A Grobner Phone 209 667 3628 Printer friendly version Department of Biological Sciences Degrees Concentrations Syllabi Teacher Ed Pre Health Biology Calendar Biology News Advising Resources Web Links Contact Information Faculty and Staff University Catalog Information and news about

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  • Faculty and Staff | California State University Stanislaus
    morphology and paleobiology Email tdjones csustan edu Phone 209 667 3488 Office N267 Website Choong Min Kang Ph D University of California Davis Assistant Professor of Microbiology Interests Bacterial regulation of gene expression and physiology in response to environmental changes Email ckang1 csustan edu Phone 209 667 3484 Office N262 Patrick A Kelly University of California Berkeley Professor of Zoology and Coordinator of the Endangered Species Recovery Program Interests conservation and recovery of endangered plants animals and ecosystems in California Email pkelly csustan edu Phone 209 667 3446 N277 Ann K Kohlhaas Ph D University of Colorado Professor of Zoology Interests Ecology behavior and conservation of vertebrates especially primates other mammals and birds Email akohlhaas csustan edu Phone 209 667 3695 Office N275 Brian Sardella Ph D University of British Columbia Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Interests Ecological and Comparative Physiology I am particularly interested in how animals specifically vertebrates adapt their physiological mechanisms to extreme environments such as deserts high altitudes or high saline lakes Email bsardella csustan edu Office N270 Website Kenneth G Schoenly Ph D University of New Mexico Professor of Zoology Interests Invertebrate ecology forensic entomology ecological agriculture and biological control Email kschoenly csustan edu Phone 209 667 3949 Office N271 Website My Lo Thao University of California Davis Associate Professor of Microbiology Interests Genetics and evolution of endosymbiotic bacteria insect associations environmental microbiology bioremediation and molecular biology Email mthao csustan edu Phone 209 667 3649 Office N276 Website Stuart C Wooley Ph D University of California Riverside Associate Professor of Botany Chair of Department Interests Plant herbivore interactions interactions between above and below ground organisms particularly those that are symbiotic Improving educational practices in biology or other science teaching Email swooley csustan edu Phone 209 664 6926 Office N274 Website Janey Youngblom Ph D University of Minnesota Professor of Biological Sciences Interests Interest Human genetics and the application of molecular and cytogenetic techniques to the study of human disorders Email jyoungblom1 csustan edu Phone 209 667 3487 Office N265 James J Youngblom Ph D University of Minnesota Professor of Biological Sciences Interests Molecular genetics particularly the current applications of recombinant DNA technology Email jyoungblom csustan edu Phone 209 667 3950 Office N264 Full time Lecturers Jennifer Cooper Ph D Purdue University Full Time Lecturer in Biological Sciences Interests Population genetics behavioral genetics evolution of mammalian social behavior Email jcooper3 csustan edu Phone 209 664 6694 Office N256 Website Staff Neil Jacklin B S California State University Stanislaus Instructional Support Technician III Entomology hiking Email njacklin csustan edu Phone 209 667 3486 Office N235A Christi Jantz Administrative Support Coordinator Interests Bass fishing camping skiing crochet time with my family Email cjantz csustan edu Phone 209 664 6549 Office N258 Emeritus Retired Professors David Gotelli Ph D University of Washington Professor of Botany Emeritus Steve Grillos Ph D Oregon State University Professor of Botany Emeritus Interests Phloem tissue development systematics of ferns and fern allies He is also co authoring a book on Weeds of California Glenn

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  • Inventory | California State University Stanislaus
    Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home College of Science Chemistry Inventory Inventory 300 MHz 500 MHz Nuclear Magnetic Resonance NMR Spectrometers lMultinuclear lPulsed field gradients and Triple Resonance lVariable Temperature lAutosampler Fourier Transform Infrared FTIR Spectrometers lStandard Transmittance lDiffuse Reflectance Accessory lAttenuated Total Reflectance Accessory Raman Spectrometer Mass Spectrometers GC MS LC MS lGC with Electron Impact Source and Quadrupole Detection lMALDI Electrospray Sources with Linear Ion Trap Detection mated to an HPLC High Pressure Liquid Chromatograpy HPLC Instruments lAnalytical scale with autosampler and UV Vis Diode Array Detection lPreparatory scale instrument Gas Chromatography GC Instruments lFlame Ionization Detector FID and Conductivity Detector CD lCapillary and packed columns Ion Chromatography IC lAutosampler with quad gradient pump lConductivity and electrochemical detection Ultraviolet Visible Spectrometers UV Vis lDiode Array lScanning with Temperature Bath and Kinetics Package lFiber optic fast scanning with microplate reader Inductively Coupled Plasma ICP Spectrometer lautosampler lUV Vis detection Atomic Absorption AA Flame Emission FES Spectrometer lSingle Double Beam Instrument lGraphite Tube Atomizer Accessory Fluorescence Spectrometer lMicroplate reader accessory Electrochemical Analyzer Instrument Differential Scanning Calorimetry Instrument Inert Atmosphere Glovebox Rotary Ultracentrifuges Printer friendly version Chemistry

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  • Chemistry
    consult with their department adviser to determine which degree and program is best suited to their career objectives The Chemistry Department is well equipped with modern instrumentation and facilities Check out our inventory 2 Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Chemistry Announcement Review Begins Nov 16 2015 3 Important Dates Fall 2015 Term August 24 Fall term begins Sept 7 Labor Day Campus Closed Oct 13 No Classes Nov 11 Veteran s Day Observed Campus Closed Nov 26 27 Thanksgiving Holiday Campus Closed Dec 10 Last day of Fall Classes Dec 11 Reading Day Dec 14 18 Finals Dec 24 Jan 25 Winter Break Spring Semester 2016 January 28 Spring term begins March 28 April 1 Spring Break Offices Open No Classes March 31 Cesar Chavez Day Campus Closed May 13 Warrior Day Offices Open Classes Dismissed at Noon May 18 Last Day of Classes May 19 25 Final Examinations May 26 27 Commencement Ceremonies May 30 Memorial Day Campus Closed California State University Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock California 95382 Maps Directions Contact Us Resources Career Opportunities Directions Parking Campus Map Campus Tours Title IX Campus Security Report Information for Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions

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  • Advising | California State University Stanislaus
    Area C 1 3 units Spring 15 units General Chemistry II lec dis lab 5 units Calculus II 4 units G E Area A 2 3 units G E Area C 2 3 units Sophomore Year Fall 16 units Organic Chemistry I lecture lab 4 units Multivariate Calculus 4 units General Physics I 5 units G E Area C 3 3 units Spring 15 units Organic Chemistry II lecture lab 4 units General Physics II 5 units Computer Programming I 3 units G E Area B 2 3 units Junior Year Fall 16 units Quantitative Analysis 4 units Biochemistry I 3 units Linear Algebra 3 units G E Area D 1 a 3 units G E Area A 3 3 units Spring 15 units Physical Chemistry I lecture 3 units Biochemistry II 3 units Writing Proficiency Computer Methods 2 units G E Area D 1 b 3 units G E Area D 2 a 3 units G E Area E 2 1 unit Senior Year Fall 14 units Instrumental Analysis 4 units Physical Chemistry I lab 1 unit Physical Chemistry II lecture 3 units G E Area F1 3 units G E Area F2 G 3 units Spring 15 units Physical Chemistry II lab 1 unit Advanced Inorganic Chemistry 3 units Advanced Lab 2 units G E Area F3 3 units G E Area D 2 b 3 units G E Area E 1 3 units Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry Coursework for the Major 60 units Coursework for General Education 46 units In addition to those satisfied by Major coursework Freshman Year Fall 12 units General Chemistry I lec dis lab 5 units Calculus I 4 units G E Area A 1 3 units Spring 15 units General Chemistry II lec dis lab 5 units Calculus II 4 units

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