The School of Behavioral and Natural Sciences aims to cultivate an understanding and appreciation of the creative and critical nature of scientific thought. Students acquire basic scientific knowledge, the ability to think critically, to interpret observations, and to clearly and concisely express ideas.
Dean, Diana Davis talks about the undergraduate, graduate and developing programs in the Mount's School of Behavioral & Natural Sciences.
Amanda Martin is currently conducting research on CreatineTransporter Deficiency (CTD), the second leading cause of X-linked intellectual disability. Read More
Dr. Gene Kritsky included in "Farmers Have Been Enjoying The Fruits Of Bee Labor For 9,000 Years" Read More
Kritsky's book explores the relationship between the honey bee and ancient Egyptian culture Read More