Biology Above and Beyond
Boomsma Among Staff and Professors Recognized for Service
As part of our annual spring tradition, faculty and Staff were honored for their service, including Biology Professor Bob Boomsma, who has served Trinity for 35 years.
Schrotenboer Quoted in “Christianity Today”
Recent shelter-in-place requirements offer the opportunity to get to know our own backyardw, according to Associate Professor of Biology Abbie Schrotenboer, Ph.D., in a recent interview with “Christianity Today.”
Trinity Students Present at NCUR in Atlanta
Eight Trinity students, along with Prof. Clay Carlson, took a road trip from Palos Heights to suburban Atlanta last month to present their science and music research at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR).
Carlson Publishes Banner Article on Faith and Science
In his piece, Carlson describes the devastating effects of the widespread rejection of climate science.
Learn More about Dr. Schrotenboer’s Research Interests
Learn more about Dr. Schrotenboer’s research.
Learn More about Dr. Boomsma’s Research Interests
Learn more about Dr. Boomsma’s research.
Trinity Students Accepted to National Conference for Undergraduate
With topics spanning biology, racial attitudes, autism, ethics, and more, 12 Trinity students and alumni were selected to present their work at the prestigious National Conference for Undergraduate Research (NCUR) at the University of Memphis from April 6-8, 2017. Learn more about the NCUR presentations.
Students Participate in Cadaver Class
The class, Biol 210 Cadaver Dissection, represents a rare chance for undergraduate students to work with cadavers, according to Dr. Robert Boomsma ’77, professor of biology and department chair. “It’s a great opportunity for students,” he said. Learn more about this unique student experience.