Honors-in-Major: Biochemistry, Molecular and Cellular Biology Program
The Honors-in-Major in Biochemistry, Molecular and Cellular Biology provides the opportunity for outstanding students to distinguish themselves by pursuing challenging classes and exciting research projects within their chosen subject area. You’ll have the opportunity to work closely with the faculty, to explore their interests more deeply, and to develop skills that will be useful after graduation whether in the workplace, in graduate school, or in the professional world. Honors status is indicated on your diploma and signifies academic excellence to future employers or admissions committees for post-graduate education.
Sandy Duncan conducted her Senior Honors Thesis in Kelley
Thomas’s lab investigating the comparative genomics of an enzyme superfamily
involved in cyclic nucleotide metabolism.