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Graduate Study in Life Sciences brochure


Indiana State University


Graduate Study in Life Sciences brochure




Department of Life Sciences Records


Indiana State University. University Archives


English- U.S.


Leading to M.S., MA, and Ph.D Degrees in Most Areas of Modern Biology

Fellowships, Assistantships, and other means of support are available to cover tuition and living expenses.
Stipends range from $1800 to $3500 for the academic year depending upon the stage of graduate training.
Applicants who have a suitable background in chemistry and physics, but minimal training in biology, will be given an opportunity to make up prerequisites.
Housing for married and unmarried students is available both in University facilities and off- campus.

Facilities. The Life Sciences Department is housed in a new air-conditioned building with laboratory facilities for superior teaching and research endeavor. In addition, several nearby natural areas provide opportunities for field studies with unique ecosystems.
Close cooperation with the Department of Chemistry, Physics, and the Computer Center renders available the talents and facilities essential to contemporary biology.

Graduate Faculty and Research Emphasis:
Brett, William J. : biological Rhythms
Chamberlain, William M. : Limnology
Clevenger, Sarah: Phytochemistry
Crawford, James G. : Virology (Adjunct Prof)
Dardas, Richard B. : Immunology (Adjunct Prof)
Dial, Norman A.: Experimental Embryology
Eversole, Wilburn J: Endrocrinology
Gross, Jean A: Molecular Biology
Hopp, William B: Parasitology
Jackson, Marion T: Plant Ecology
Johnson, David T: Bacteriology
Landgrebe, JOhn C. Medicatl Technology
Mersmann, Harry J.: PHysiology
Munsee, Jack R.: Insect Ecology
Oster, Mark O. : Biochemistry
Proffitt, Max A.: Vertebrate Ecology
Rothwell, Frederick M: Mycology
Silver, Warren S.: Cellular Physiology
Singer, Arthur C.: Population Genetics
Smith, Raymond L: Microbial Physiology
Tamar, Henry: Sensory Physiology
Whitaker, John O. Jr.: Vertebrate Ecology
Wilcox, Frank H.: Physiological Genetics

Application for Admission and fiancnial assistnce and inquires about graduate work in life science should be made before March 15, 1969 to: Dr. Warren S. Silver, Chairman Department of Life Sciences Indiana State University Terre Haute Indiana 47809




Indiana State University, “Graduate Study in Life Sciences brochure,” Cunningham Memorial Library Digital Exhibits, accessed June 9, 2023,

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