Keck Science3 Colleges * 3 Disciplines * 1 Department
Welcome to Keck Science
Just as our three sponsor colleges converge in the W.M. Keck Science Department, multiple paths of discovery extend outwards as students and faculty explore a range of scientific disciplines and conduct research that builds on our knowledge of the world. With our broad-based curriculum and emphasis on interdisciplinary perspectives, you can find your place and follow your passion.
One thing you won’t find here is locked doors. You can venture down any path of discovery that interests you, and our faculty are approachable and accessible. Here, almost from day one undergraduates are actively involved in fascinating research. Here, whether you’re a science major or not, you’ll receive an exceptional science education grounded in an emphasis on critical thinking and creative problem solving.
Here, you’ll learn from us, we’ll learn from you, and together we’ll make exciting discoveries.
5/13/2014 Biology professor Sarah Gilman wins prestigious NSF CAREER research grant
4/21/2014 Professorial Lecturer Elise Ferree publishes two papers on behavior of western bluebirds
4/2/2014 Biology professor Emily Wiley provides unprecedented database for undergrad research
1/21/2014 Dail Chapman (SCR '13), Jon Steck (CMC '13), and Physics prof Paul Nerenberg publish in J Chem Theory Comput
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"Keck Science graduates continue to excel in all fields of science , and I'm delighted to congratulate this year's winners and honorable mentions of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship."
"Science is too much fun to not have the opportunity to do it"
Dr. Susan Celniker '75
"Through the guidance and support of my mentors at Keck, I not only learned the technical skills and knowledge needed for a career in medicine, I also cultivated a passion for scientific discovery."
Nicole Duggan '10
Major: molecular biology, with psychology minor
"Keck Science graduates continue to excel in all fields of science , and I’m delighted to congratulate this year’s winners and honorable mentions of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship."