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HUBI Faculty Member Farrah Bashey-Visser's research in the news!

Bashey-Visser Evolutionary war between microorganisms affecting human health

New Faculty member in Human Biology: Dr. John Bunce

John BunceDr. John Bunce is a new Visiting Assistant Professor in the Human Biology Program and the Anthropology Department. Dr. Bunce comes to us from University of California, Davis.

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Human Biology is an intellectually-vibrant interdisciplinary major that challenges students to gain a holistic view of humanity. It provides students with a solid grounding in the scientific understanding of human biology, and emphasizes the ways that human biology is shaped by, understood, and interpreted within a social and cultural context. Students take innovative core courses in Human Biology that are co-taught by faculty in the life science and the social sciences or humanities. They also pursue coursework at the lower and upper levels in the sciences and choose an area of concentration that best suits their interests and that includes classes in the natural and social sciences and the humanities.

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