About the Department of Biology

Reiss Science Building

Reiss building

The Reiss Science Building is the location for the main office of the Department of Biology

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History

History of The Department of Biology

Members of the Biology faculty in 1962, Prof. Neale’s freshman year.

History

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Pedagogy & Learning Goals

The art and science of teaching is embraced by the Biology faculty.

Pedagogy

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Newsletters

Alumni and friends of the Department can access the newsletters here.

Newsletter

Welcome to the Department of Biology at Georgetown University!

Our department’s laboratory design promotes meaningful and productive interactions, while numerous study spaces support innovative and collaborative education. This, combined with our strong ties to the research-oriented Georgetown Medical School, the NIH, and other universities in the DC area, provide an exceptional environment for learning and scholarship.

Members of the Biology department are committed to undergraduate and graduate education and research. Our students learn the fundamentals of the life sciences, gain skills in communication, obtain knowledge of experimental design, and learn how to critically analyze data that will benefit them throughout their lives. We have worked to create a strong sense of collegiality between students and their professors at the undergraduate and graduate level.

We are excited to welcome Professor Kasey Christoper as Biology’s newest faculty member who joined us in the Fall 2018 semester.

Learn more about our Biology department by visiting:

Biology department’s Location and Contacts: 

The Department Main Office is located in Reiss Science building. We may be reached through our main number or our fax number listed below:

Department of Biology

Reiss Science Building

 Reiss Science Building, 4th floor, Room 406
   37th and O Streets, NW Washington DC 20057


 (202) 687-6247


(202) 687-5662


biology@georgetown.edu


Faculty Offices and Research Labs are located in Regents Science building on 3rd, 4th, and 5th floors, teaching Labs, and Garden are located on the 3rd floor.

 Regents Science Building

   37th and O Streets, NW Washington DC 20057