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Zoology Majors Student Resources

We are committed to your success and want you to have every piece of information that will support you in not only achieving your goals but achieving them superbly. Review the student-faculty expectations to learn how to be a successful Zoology Major then continue exploring all student resources available to you. Also, take a moment to listen to the stories of students who achieved their dreams in Zoology.

 

Student-Faculty Expectations 

Student Stories 

 

 

Faculty Advisors

Meeting with your faculty advisor each semester is crucial. Dr. Chris Hoagstrom, Department Chair will connect you with the appropriate faculty advisor. Email him for an appointment. 



Grad School Info

Student Clubs

Find support and friendship with other students who are interested in many of the same things as you are!  You'll learn from each other, serve the community together, and make lasting life-long friendships as you walk side-by-side toward achieving your goals.

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Scholarships & Awards

Zoology offers scholarships (chosen by an application) to hard working, dedicated students. Learn more about these scholarships, and the awards that are presented to each year's hardest working zoology majors among that year's graduating class.   

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Undergraduate Research

The Department of Zoology believes that undergraduate research is an important part of the educational experience at Weber State University. 
 

 

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Student Lab Instructor

Anatomy lab instructors are selected by an application and interview process.  Anatomy lab instructors have a co-requisite of Advanced Anatomy.  Contact Dr. Brian Chung for more information.
Physiology lab instructors are selected by their performance in class. Contact Dr. Michelle Skopec for more information. 

Anatomy Lab Application

Internships & Job Opportunities

Internships benefit students earning them much-needed experience and resume breadth.  Employers say they often use the internship process to find future, permanent employees.
Check back as we will post any internship or job opportunities specifically for zoology majors we receive.


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Supplemental Instruction Prog.

Supplemental Instruction Program (SI) is a FREE opportunity to current Weber State students. SI offers study groups for specific courses led by a student leader who has already successfully completed the course.Participating in the study groups is free, and student leaders are paid for their work.
 

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Multicultural Adv. in Science

The aim of Multicultural Advancement in Science (MAS) is to provide support, encouragement, and opportunities for community outreach for students pursuing degrees and careers in science. For more information contact Dr. Jon Marshall.

 

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Let's Connect!


zoology@weber.edu
801-626-6165

 

Office hours


Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
New Majors Advisor:
Dr. Christopher Hoagstrom
christopherhoagstrom@weber.edu


 

 

Mailing address


Weber State University
Department of Zoology
1415 Edvalson St., Dept. 2505
Ogden, UT 84408-2505

Building location


Tracy Hall Science Center (TY)
Room 402, Mail Code 2505

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