Facilities - Samson Talbot Hall
The Biology Department is housed in Samson Talbot Hall. Talbot is a state-of-the-art facility, constructed in 2003. Teaching spaces, research spaces, and office spaces sit side-by-side throughout the building, creating an integrated experience for students and faculty alike.
All of classrooms in Talbot are "Smart Classrooms," equipped with digital projectors and internet access that allow students and professors to use technology in the classroom. Classrooms were also designed to fit the style of classes taught in the department - they are the right size and layout for our small interactive courses.
Since every course in the Biology Department has laboratory component, there are six well-equipped teaching labs where students conduct experiments in everything from rearranging genes to model ecosystems.
Faculty and students also engage in cutting-edge research at Denison. Each faculty member has a dedicated research lab as well as access to shared equipment and resources within the department. Check out the bioreserve and greenhouses.