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Information for Juniata Biology students

Biology Course and Lab Assistant Positions

Each semester the Biology department hires student assistants to help with laboratory and large lecture courses.

To apply for one of these positions, send an email to the contact person listed below containing 1) a statement of your interest in being a student assistant, including the course name and section 2) your grades for Bio 105 and BI106 and 3) a statement of why you would be a good student assistant.

 Available positions for Spring semester 2013:

 BI122: Biology Lab II toxicology module:
      Tu/Th morning section:  Dr. Grant
      Tu/Th afternoon section:  Dr. Zimmerman

BI122: Biology Lab II Microscopy module:
      Tu/Th morning section:  Dr. Demarest
      Tu/Th afternoon section:  Dr. Grant

 BI207: Dynamics of Biological Processes Cell Lab Module:
      Th morning section: Dr. Mansberger
      Th afternoon section: Dr. Mansberger
      Friday afternoon section: Dr. Mansberger

BI207: Dynamics of Biological Processes Genetics Lab Module:
      Th morning section: Dr. Lamendella
      Th afternoon section: Dr. Buonaccorsi
      Friday afternoon section: Dr. Mansberger

BI301 Ecology Lab
      Tu afternoon section: Dr. Flinn
      Wed afternoon section: Dr. Flinn

BI327 Botany Lab
      Wed afternoon section: Dr. Muth

BI368 Anatomy Lab
      Tu afternoon section: Dr. Bennett
      Wed afternoon section Dr. Bennett

Biology POE template

Click here to access POE form with required Biology courses listed.  You will need to fill in the course numbers and names for your selected math course, physics courses, and upper level biology courses.  You will also need to list two C courses in your POE.

Submitting Posters for Printing

Posters can be printed at the Juniata printshop ( for meetings at a cost of $1.00/square foot if charged to a Juniata account (cash orders are $1.50/sq ft). The maximum size is 40 in x 50 in.

1. Create your poster in the program of choice (many use powerpoint). Include your name in the file name. (example: JKeeney LAS2010)
2. Use one of these two logos on your poster: Leaf OR Leaf with "think, evolve, act"
3. Create a folder for the lab in the print shop drop box (P:\PrintShop\Drop Box). Submit a work order with the print shop (
4. Convert your poster file to a PDF file.
5. Drag and drop your poster file to the drop box. Do not copy using "save as". (For unknown reasons, it causes problems.)
6. Leave ample time for poster printing. Ideally, you should have the files in the drop box one week prior to when they are needed.

Note: Files with large embedded images (for example, from the confocal scope) will be large and may not print. You can try compressing the photographs, or print the poster leaving space for images, and attach printed images after poster is printed.

Guidelines for pre-req exemptions for BI106 or BI207:

BI106: pre-reqs are CH105 and BI105.
Students with a WP, WF or F in one of these in the fall can’t sign up for BI106 the following fall. 

If a student withdrew passing (WP) from CH105 and got a C or better in BI105, the student can request to be signed in to BI106 to be taken concurrently with CH105. BI207 must be delayed until after they pass BI106 and CH 232.

 BI207:  pre-reqs are BI106, CH106 and CH232. (Students register for BI207 while in CH106).

Students that withdrawal from or fail CH106 in the spring semester are pulled from the BI207 roster.
Students that withdrawal from or fail BI106 or CH232 in the fall semester are pulled from the BI207 roster.

If a student had a WP in CH106 and gets a C or better in BI106 and CH232, the chair of biology will consider signing an exemption for for BI207 during drop-add.