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Biological Sciences

Perspectives from Undergraduates

Rachel Sewell
B.S. in Biological Sciences Major

*Posted Fall 2013

Andrew McCoy

Andrew McCoy
Senior, B.S in Biological Sciences/Neuroscience Track

“I love having opportunities to bring something non-biology to biology. For instance, I made a music video for my Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience course.”

*Posted Spring 2013

Mridula Nadamuni

Mridula Nadamuni
Senior, B.S in Biological Sciences

“The way that I explain CMU to everyone I meet is that CMU is an environment where everyone cares about you and your success.”

*Posted Fall 2012

Belle English

Belle English
Junior, B.S in Biological Sciences and Psychology

"Carnegie Mellon is an unique environment where nerding out over your classwork doesn't just happen, it's encouraged."

*Posted Spring 2011

Andrew Medenbach

Andrew Medenbach
Senior, B.S in Biological Sciences

"It is a very challenging program and it is a program that will absolutely make you better. You will come to understand the intricacies of biology, especially cellular and sub-cellular biology, and it is a very research-intensive program."

*Posted Fall 2011

Molly Evans

Molly Evans
Senior, B.S. in Biological Sciences

“I really enjoy learning how things work and majoring in biological sciences allows me to explore this interest.”

*Posted Spring 2010

Perspectives from Parents of an Undergraduate Bio Major

Mita and Charlie Forsyth
Their daughter, Katherine, graduated in May 2013 with a B.S. in Biological Sciences

*Posted Fall 2013

Daya and Venkatesh Nadamuni
Their daughter, Mridula, graduated in May 2013 with a B.S. in Biological Sciences

*Posted Spring 2013