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Organismal biology integrates studies of structure and function at the level of the organism and plays a central role in answering questions about ecology and evolution.  This broad field encompasses cross-disciplinary approaches such as physiological ecology, evolutionary ecology, systematics, and biogeography, which all provide complementary insights into the processes of evolutionary diversification and adaptation to life on earth.

Our research foci include botany, animal ecology, comparative physiology, conservation biology, and molecular ecology. We strive to perform cutting-edge research and include students in these opportunities.

Jeff Noblett
Department Chair 

Donna Sison
OBE Services Coordinator 

Olin Hall #458
14 E. Cache La Poudre
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Voice 719.389.6912
Fax 719.389.6940