Microbiology/Cell and Molecular Biology is a discipline founded on experimentation. Our majors put the scientific method into practice by working in laboratories. They study how microorganisms live and interact with other organisms and the environment and learn how to harness the power of microbes for biotechnology. We offer fast track programs to our medical school in Tulsa and our veterinary school here in Stillwater. Many of our graduates go on to professional schools, such as medical school, and others find jobs in health care, medical laboratories, teaching, research, industry and government. Our graduate program provides the one-on-one mentoring students need to become successful research scientists. - Tyrrell Conway, Department Head
The MMG Newsletter for fall 2016 is out. Read it here.
The Women in Science Conference was held at the Mabee Center in Tulsa, OK on October 11, 2016. Our department had a table, "Wonderful World of Microbes".
The Fall 2016 MMG Departmental Seminar Series is now posted. Be sure to join us Monday afternoons 3:30 in 215 Life Sciences East for the latest in research findings!
Microbiology Association is holding a departmental cookout at Boomer Lake this Sunday Sept. 25th from 1-5 PM at Pavilion #3. Some food will be provided, but it is potluck. Bring your favorite dish and bring some friends!
Congratulations to Tim Burchard, Kolton Kardokus, and Savannah Martin for being named as part of the top 20 men and women at OSU.
Honor and recognize Norman Durham for serving OSU and the Microbiology Department for fourty-one years.
Congratulations to John Whitney for becoming a Distinguished Alumni!
Congratulations to Sway for being the winner in the President's 3-Minute Thesis Competition!
Be sure to consider our newest Micro class for Fall 2016, Brewing Microbiology! This class is offered for free to the public as well as a MICR 4990 credit for students. It is taught by our own Tyrell Conway.
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