As trained professionals in their respective fields, faculty members are deeply involved in research, and use this process of inquiry not only to advance knowledge and generate information, but also to inform their teaching. Biology is a rapidly advancing field, and involvement with research allows faculty members to keep their courses in the cutting edge of Biology. In many ways, course development and laboratory research go hand-in-hand.
In addition, faculty members are deeply committed to involving students in the research process. Many faculty chose the University of Scranton because of the personal student-teacher interaction that is characteristic of the department. The faculty therefore welcomes you, the student, to participate in this process. Use research to "learn how to learn". Take charge of your education, and be an active participant in the learning process.
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- Robert Waldeck
- Neuroscience Program Director
- Scranton, PA 18510
- The University of Scranton
- Phone: 570-941-4324