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  • Department of Biology

    The largest department in the School of Sciences, Biology actually consists of several associated disciplines, bundled together: anatomy, general biology, some biochemistry, botany, zoology, and animal behavior. The department has extensive connections to …

  • Dr. Conrad Miller

    Chair of the biology department, Miller’s administrative work and heavy course load keep him from pursuing his own research.Miller arranges frequent guest seminars and lectures, as well as field study programs. A staunch proponent of interdisciplinary …

  • Dr. Percival "Percy" Lake

    31 years old, Lake’s extensive background in marine biology and paleontology won him a place on the forthcoming expedition to the Antarctic. Still considered a junior professor, Lake teaches a large number of introductory courses, and most department …

  • Dr. Jacob Handy

    A dedicated marine biologist, Dr. Handy is the director of the Woods Hole Research Post. His repeated frustrations with the Post’s budget constraints, coupled with the steady increase is his teaching load, have left him embittered with his position. …

  • Dr. Homer Winside

    The senior member of the botany faculty, Dr. Winside personally maintains the department’s greenhouse. Originally a protégé of Professor Harold Dinsdale (now retired), Winside is a veteran of many field expeditions. He has built an extensive collection of …

  • Dr. Robert Angley

    The most junior member in the botany department, Angley has raised eyebrows around Arkham with his active opposition to the proposed reservoir project. The young man adopted his radical stance after a detailed survey of the Gardner Farm and the region …

  • Stanley Higgins

    A senior biology major and member of Delta Phi, Stanley Higgins has grown increasingly interested--even obsessed--with the strange goings-on down in Garbage Alley under the teaching hospital. His volunteer work at the hospital led him to noticing the …