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Associate Professor of Biology; Chair of Biochemistry
2 East South Street
Galesburg, IL 61401-4999
3 Ways to Experience Your Education
All students at Knox are encouraged to undertake in-depth projects. Biochemistry students have studied a large range of topics with the assistance of faculty supervisors. Some have even received grants and other funding to support their work. Below are a few examples of recent independent studies and College Honors projects, which are evaluated by a board of faculty and an outside specialist in the field.
Recent Independent Research
Recent Honors Projects
There are many opportunities to study biochemistry outside of Knox. Attend classes with British scholars through a direct enroll at England's University of Reading, spend a semester on a ship with the SEA program, or join a research team and be mentored by a leading biochemist through the Oak Ridge Science Semester.
Here are some other opportunities to study biochemistry:
As a Knox biochemistry student, you can conduct an internship for course credit during the academic year or the summer. You'll work closely with a faculty supervisor while you engage in fieldwork and complete an academic paper. Recent internships by biochemistry students include: