Center for Natural Sciences
The Center for Natural Sciences exemplifies the Goucher model of education by preparing students to apply the knowledge and tools of the natural sciences critically, analytically, and creatively in order to understand the universe around them. The philosophy of the center is to guide students in their investigations in the natural sciences while striving to maintain an atmosphere of a community of scholars where students, faculty, and staff are partners in the learning process. It is important to us that our students gain not only the capacity for independent learning but also the confidence to explore their curiosities beyond the limits of structured course material. We hope to inspire all of our students to utilize and expand their knowledge and understanding of science throughout their lives.
The Center for Natural Sciences includes majors and minors in biology, biochemistry
and molecular biology, chemistry, and physics, hosts the interdisciplinary minor in
public health, and advises students in the 3+2 Engineering Program and prehealth professional
- July 19, 2021
The eyes of fish could help us see the light again. Jenny Lenkowski, associate professor of biological sciences, explains why, in this Academic Minute.
- Image associated with "Goucher student elected to American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology honor society"June 14, 2021
Rylee McDonnell '21, a Goucher College biochemistry and molecular biology major and member of the women's soccer team, was elected this spring to ΧΩΛ.