Loyola University Maryland

Department of Biology

Photo Gallery

People posing for a photo in front of a sculpture
Dr. Derrickson's Animal Behavior class visiting the John F. Kennedy Center to see Shear Madness
Students in group blood spatter experiments
Simulate real blood spatter in forensic science courses
Student using an eye dropper with a ruler
Simulate real blood spatter in forensic science courses
Eye dropper filled with red liquid next to a ruler
Simulate real blood spatter in forensic science courses
Student in the lab with various plants
Expand your horizons with botany courses
Student working with deconstructed plants
Biology 310: Botany
Students working with dirt in the greenhouse
Biology 310: Botany
Students measuring a tree trunk
Immersive and hands-on experiments
Botany students with colorful graduated cylinders
Biology 310: Botany
Students working with potted plants in the greenhouse
Biology 310: Botany
Student holding live crab as others look on
Students get up close and personal with wildlife and local ecosystems
Close-up of student holding small crab
Students get up close and personal with wildlife and local ecosystems
Students handling nets on a creek bank
Loyola's geographical location affords diverse and unique, in-person experiences not far from campus
Students working with a simulated crime scene in the lab
Simulated crime scenes in our Forensic Studies courses
Close-up details of the Donnelly Science Center
The Donnelly Science Center, where Loyola's biology courses take place
Donnelly Science building in the snow
Donnelly Science Center in the winter
Student using chemicals in a fume hood
Plants in a greenhouse
Work on your environmental and sustainability studies in the greenhouse
Hauber research student working with instructor in the lab
Work with faculty mentors on an independent summer project as a Hauber Research Fellow
Student working with samples in a lab
Get hands-on in the labs
Group of students using a large net in the bay
Learn through first-hand experiences at the Chesapeake Bay
Two students handling a net in the water
Learn through first-hand experiences at the Chesapeake Bay
Two students handling a large net by a pier in the bay
Get to know your classmates through unique, team-oriented activities
Student in the water using a net on a pole
Learn through first-hand experiences at the Chesapeake Bay
Two students examining an ox skull
Dr. Rivers makes things interesting for his students who get to examine an ox skull
Student examining an ox skull with an instructor
Dr. Rivers makes things interesting for his students who get to examine an ox skull
Instructor and student examining petri dishes
Student giving a poster presentation
Plenty of opportunities for research and grad school or career preparation
Student and health professional talking and walking down hospital hallway
Pre-health students can take advantage of Loyola's Baltimore Health Immersion program
Student working with records employee in hospital
Pre-health students can take advantage of Loyola's Baltimore Health Immersion program
A live salamander held in a hand
Student holding a salamander
Students gathered around a presenter with a salamander
Dr. Schoeffield climbing a tree
The amazing Dr. Schoeffield
Seals on the beach as people look on
A former biology student interned with the National Aquarium's Animal Rescue program and helped rehabilitate two harp seals named Marie and Sally!
Seals being released onto the beach while people look on
A former biology student interned with the National Aquarium's Animal Rescue program and helped rehabilitate two harp seals named Marie and Sally!
Close-up of a snake in someone's hands
Step out of your comfort zone
Students holding and examining a snake
Step out of your comfort zone
Student holding and examining a snake
Step out of your comfort zone
Student smiling with a snake in her arms
Step out of your comfort zone
Students posing for a photo over a body of water
Dr. Spearman's Conservation Biology class on a class trip
Students stationed at a table reading
Get involved!
Brynn Jones
Students

Brynn

This biology major plans to use her voice and her Loyola education to save homeless animals from kill shelters

Biology
Haitian girls in school uniforms smile and laugh with the dentist.
Outcomes

Making Haiti a better place, one smile at a time

Three Loyola alumni provide preventive dental care to Haitian school children.