The offices and research laboratories of the faculty and staff of the Departmental of Biological Sciences are located in a number of buildings across the Auburn University campus, including the Rouse Life Science Building, Funchess Hall, the Physiology Building, and Cary Hall. The main departmental office is located in Room 101 of Rouse Life Science Building with a second office housing the Graduate Program Officer in Room 331 of Funchess Hall. Most laboratories and lecture room associated with the teaching program are located in a new set of state-of-the-art buildings comprising the Sciences Center Complex. Additional teaching takes place in Rouse Life Sciences and Funchess Hall.
A number of faculty in the department also serve as directors or curators for research facilities available on campus. These include the Auburn University Natural History Learning Center, the Genomics and Sequencing Laboratory, the Advanced Microscopy and Imaging Laboratory and the Hybridoma Facility. In addition, the department oversees the Donald E. Davis Arboretum. The Department maintains affiliations with the Alabama Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit, the Dauphin Island Sea Laboratory, and the Organization for Tropical Studies.
Please follow the links below to learn more about these facilities and affiliations.
- Auburn University Museum of Natural History
- Auburn University Research Instrumentation Facility
- Molette Biology Laboratory for Environmental and Climate Change Studies
- Alabama Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit
- Organization for Tropical Studies
- Dauphin Island Sea Laboratory
Last Updated: 06/16/2016