During the summers of 2022 and 2023, UTC student Carter Jordan accompanied Guerry Professor of Biology Hope Klug to study sand goby at the Tvärminne Zoological Station, a marine station located at the entrance to the Gulf of Finland and the oldest and largest infrastructure for coastal marine research in the Baltic Sea.
At the start of the fall semester, UTC celebrates not just the return of students to our classrooms but also the accomplishments and milestones of returning colleagues across campus. UTC makes good on its promise as an academic institution when we foster the intellectual growth of students and faculty members.
UC Foundation Professor Hope Klug will be part of a virtual event on the science of attraction and mating of animals.
In recognition of Women’s History Month, we’re highlighting the stories of women from across campus, sharing their passion, pride and advice for future generations. Meet the women of UTC.
Oluwatosin “Tosin” Ayotunde graduated from UTC with a Bachelor of Science in Biology in Spring 2016, already accepted by five different medical schools.
—Beth Ellen Roberts When UC Foundation Assistant Professor of Biology Hope Klug saw a 703 area code on her caller ID one day last November, she eagerly picked up the phone, anticipating that she was about to get some very good news. And in fact, the caller informed her that the National Science Foundation (NSF)…