Loyola University Maryland

Department of Biology

Undergraduate Research

Biology Research

There are many opportunities for students to conduct biological research at Loyola. In addition to the independent research component of a number of experiential courses, there is the opportunity to work closely with faculty members on biology research and honors research projects. Over the past several years, student enrollments in biology's two research courses (BL481 and BL482) have varied from 8—20 students in any given term.

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Andrew Schoeffield
Faculty

Drew Schoeffield, Ph.D.

This biology professor—and Loyola alumnus—specializes in microbiology, and aims to create a community of scholars at his alma mater

Biology
Students working with planting pots in a greenhouse
Course Snapshot

Exploring Biology 310: Botany

Students in this biology class get hands-on experience with plant propagation, testing disease-fighting properties, and examining nutrient composition.