Story Categories: Biological Sciences Department News

Post Image for Wagner students present at ECSC’23
April 4, 2023
Three Seahawks win excellence awards for presentations at 77th Eastern Colleges Science Conference
Post Image for Wagner student scientists present at ECSC
April 8, 2022
Four Wagner students deliver presentations, Raven Pitt earns honors, at 76th Eastern Colleges Science Conference
Post Image for Remembering Brian Palestis
January 29, 2020
Beloved biology professor & fencing coach died Jan. 28. Read about his amazing life, and share your remembrances of this longtime member of the Wagner family.
Post Image for Wagner College introduces Environmental Studies major
February 12, 2019
New multidisciplinary major marries social and physical sciences, social and environmental concern
Post Image for Welcome, new professors!
August 23, 2017
Wagner College welcomes four new, full-time, tenure-track assistant professors to our faculty for the 2017-18 academic year
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August 25, 2016
Five new full-time professors join faculty in nursing, biology, business, education
December 3, 2015
New York 1, DEC. 2  -- The federal government is weighing in on Staten Island's exploding deer population saying something must be done to bring it under control. The city is now exploring its options - and one of them could be killing some of the animals. Amanda Farinacci filed the following report. Experts believe […]
Post Image for Wagner students earn high marks at Eastern Colleges Science Conference
May 5, 2015
Three Wagner students won excellence awards for their presentations at the 2015 Eastern Colleges Science Conference
Post Image for Wagner professor helps uncover a major scientific fraud
June 10, 2014
In 2005, the prominent science journal Nature devoted its cover to a story with the headline “Fascinating Rhythm: Dancing’s Role in Sexual Selection,” and a digital rendering of a naked human body making a dance-like move. Eye-catching, no doubt. And the scientific community welcomed its conclusions, which made a strong link between bodily symmetry and […]
Sandra Minchala looks at a glass of water with Professor Mohammad Alauddin.
June 10, 2014
A stellar student and voracious reader, Henry Richard Hoff ’51 breezed through elementary and high school, graduating at age 16. He knew he wanted to go to college and become a medical doctor. Judging by his work ethic and his academic aptitude, all the signs were that he had the brightest of futures. But instead, […]