MCB Course Restrictions and wait lists for SP21 Registration

MCB 101 – registration is restricted until December 10 ~ 8:40am.  Students can add their name to the online waitlist at https://go.illinois.edu/mcb101_SP21_waitlist which will allow us to manage enrollment in the course based on priority. MCB 247 – registration is restricted until December 10 ~ 8:40am.  Students can add their name to the online waitlist […]

ANSC 207: Companion Animal Biology and Care

Interested in veterinary school? Are you a pre-vet student? Consider ANSC 207: Companion Animal Biology and Care (CRN 29867)! This online course provides an introduction to companion animal biology through consideration of the physical structure, nutrition, behavior, and reproduction of cats and dogs.  It is easy to fit into any schedule as students work asynchronously during the week […]

Lottery For MCB Convocation Tickets

We have a very limited number of extra tickets available for Sunday’s MCB Ceremony. If you are in need of an extra ticket please fill out the information on  https://illinois.edu/fb/sec/4699867 ASAP and no later than Thursday, May 14 at 5pm. We will do a random lottery to choose students who will receive 1 additional ticket. Students chosen […]

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCHER POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT- MCB 290

Department of Comparative Biosciences, School of Veterinary Medicine University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign Biochemistry laboratory working on various projects is looking for motivated MCB majors who are very interested in doing research and getting credit under MCB 290. Positions are available starting fall 2015. REQUIREMENTS: Highly motivated freshman and sophomores with GPA (~3.6) who is keen […]

VMD-PhD Program at the University of Pennsylvania

Rabbits help lower cholesterol. Cats may lead to a breakthrough in the AIDS epidemic. And dogs have taught doctors new heart surgery techniques. Even lobsters help scientists understand Parkinson’s disease. For over 100 years, animal research has helped wipe out such diseases as smallpox and polio while increasing the human lifespan by 28 years. Whether […]

Conference Travel Grant Summer/Early Fall 2015

New conference travel grant competition now open for students accepted for presentation at a conference during the summer or early fall 2015. This is the last conference travel grant competition for academic year 2014/2015. Please note, the Office of Undergraduate Research does not provide funds for conference travel for attendance only; grants are meant for […]

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