Graduate Programs in the Biological Sciences

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Peterson's, Dec 7, 2010 - Education - 550 pages
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Searching for a graduate program in the biological sciences? Peterson's Graduate Programs in the Biological Sciences 2011 contains profiles of nearly 2,900 graduate programs in 56 disciplines in the biological sciences-including anatomy, biomedical sciences, marine biology, neuroscience, nutrition, pharmacology and toxicology, physiology, and zoology.



Peterson's six-volume Annual Guides to Graduate Study, the only annually updated reference work of its kind, provides wide-ranging information on the graduate and professional programs offered by U.S.-accredited colleges and universities in the United States, U.S. territories, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Asia, and Africa.

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  1. Informative data profiles for nearly 2,900 graduate programs in 56 disciplines in the biological sciences, including facts and figures on accreditation, degree requirements, application deadlines and contact information, financial support, faculty, and student body profiles.
  2. Two-page close-ups, written by featured institutions, offer complete details on the specific graduate program, school, or department as well as information on faculty research and the college or university.
  3. Expert advice on the admissions process, financial support, and accrediting agencies.
  4. Comprehensive directories list programs in this volume, as well as others in the graduate series.
  5. Up-to-date appendixes list institutional changes since the last edition along with abbreviations used in the guide.

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About the author (2010)

Foreword is by Sandra Reed, Former Dean of Graduate Studies at Savannah College of Art and Design. Reed grew up in Iowa. She received a full scholarship to attend Drake University, where she received her B.F.A. in painting and drawing. She earned the M.F.A. in painting from The George Washington University as the first Morris Louis Fellow in Painting. She taught at academic institution's Resident Associate Program, prior to moving to Savannah in 1993 to teach at the Savannah College Art and Design. She lives with her husband, John Spurlock, a painter and printmaker, in Savannah, Georgia.

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