Biology and Human Experience Lab
The biology and human experience lab consists of self-contained content (i.e. the background and content of each exercise in the lab manual is adequate to answer all questions and challenges).
Lab investigations include: use of the microscope (mitosis, meiosis, human tissues); chemical composition of life; osmosis; cell structure and variations in life forms; and comparison of the eleven mammalian systems (using fetal pig dissection, skeletons, and human torso models).
The lab setting promotes the learning of science through the establishment of collaborative partnerships with small groups of 3-4 students.