Through teaching, research and service, the Department of Biology and Environmental Science seeks to advance understanding of the sciences at all levels, from molecules to ecosystems. Biology education at AUM strives to strengthen core disciplinary knowledge and to foster synergies that arise from the relationships students build with our creative and collaborative faculty.
The College of Sciences offers students a scientific education to meet the needs of the 21st century, allowing them to compete for a variety of careers in an increasingly complex and evolving world.
Biology, Environmental Science, and GIS majors are advised by professional advisors in the office of Central Advising and by faculty in their junior and senior year.
Biology offers three undergrad degrees; Biology, Environmental Science, and Geographical Information Systems. The Biology and Environmental Science degrees have several concentrations to help you prepare for graduate school or to focus your interests for a particular career.
Study abroad short courses, summers or semesters are routinely offered through our membership in the Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS). From time to time, the Biology Department may sponsor other study abroad field experiences.
Are you interested in a Biology or GIS related minor? Study geography – learning to understand how the interaction between people and their environments impacts culture, economics, ideology and much more
The AUM College of Sciences strives to ensure that students have every opportunity to successfully complete their educational goals. Part of that effort is our commitment to helping students to pay for costs associated with their education.
Undergraduate research is a way to get research experience before leaving college. As a student you will work closely with a faculty advisor on a shared research project. The research options are almost limitless and the experience is invaluable.
Biology and Environmental Science students enrolled at AUM may take marine biology courses at the Sea Lab in Mobile, Ala. Courses taken at this marine biology station can substitute for upper division Biology and Environmental Science elective credits.
The faculty in AUM’s Department of Biology and Environmental Science are involved in a wide range of exciting research projects. Projects range from biofuel processing to anuran immunology. Please check out the individual listings of each faculty member to learn more about their specific research areas.
Location : Goodwyn Hall 301
Mail Address : P.O. Box 244023 Montgomery, AL 36124
Phone : 334-244-3316
Office Hours : 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday – Friday
Physical Address for Deliveries : 7061 Senators Drive Montgomery, AL 36117
Fax : 334-244-3826
015 Goodwyn Annex
Program Director for Environmental Science and GIS, Associate Professor
310 U Goodwyn Hall
209 A Goodwyn Hall
311 C Goodwyn Hall
209 O Goodwyn Hall
310 T Goodwyn Hall
Ha, Hoehun Bryan
209B Goodwyn Hall
311 B Goodwyn Hall
016 Goodwyn Annex
310 P Goodwyn Hall
O’Neill, Ann Marie
209 M Goodwyn Hall
Professor/Distinguished Research Professor/Director of the Bioprocessing & Biofuel Research Lab
310 V Goodwyn Hall
301 D Goodwyn Hall
301 E Goodwyn Hall
209 Goodwyn Hall
209 C Goodwyn Hall
203 B Goodwyn Hall
Distinguished Teaching Professor/Head
310 E Goodwyn Hall
Taylor Center 101
7400 East Drive Montgomery, AL 36117
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday
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