biology: News

Graduation diploma
October 28, 2019

Sure, everyone knows you can start at SCTCC and then transfer. You can save a lot of money, take classes with more involved instructors, and get those generals done before moving on to get your bachelor’s degree.

But did you know that you can specialize your degree so when you’re ready to...

Bio Labs Ribbon Cutting
October 8, 2019

Amongst new microscopes and clean beakers, a group of community members, CentraCare representatives, and SCTCC faculty and staff gathered to celebrate the Ribbon Cutting for SCTCC’s new Biology Labs.

In 2016, CentraCare donated $500,000 to SCTCC for the renovation of classrooms into...

Environmental Science Research Symposium
May 15, 2019

Late Spring semester, students in two environmental courses presented their research findings at SCTCC's second Environmental Science Research Symposium.  

In the semester leading up to the symposium, students selected environmental issues to study ranging from how population density...

Geology field trip
May 13, 2019

Last week, students from Geology 1300 traveled to Minnesota's North Shore to experience first-hand what it's like in the field.

Instructor Dr. Khaldoun Ahmad took six students to Thomson Hill in Duluth, Flood Bay, Silver Creek Cliff, and Gooseberry Falls to examine different rock types,...

Campus News
September 11, 2017

St. Cloud State University and four Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (Minnesota State), including SCTCC, are joining together at 11 a.m. Sept. 13 at North Hennepin Community College Campus Center to celebrate a $5 million Scholarships in STEM (S-STEM) grant from the National Science...

Centracare Donation
June 21, 2017

On Tuesday, June 13, CentraCare presented the SCTCC Foundation with $500,000 for biology laboratory renovations and updates.

David Borgert, Director of Community and Government Relations for CentraCare Health, presented the donation during President Joyce Helens’ farewell reception. The...