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					Elmhurst College

Department of Biology
     Virtual Tour
The department of biology is located in the Schaible Science
Center along with the departments of chemistry, physics,
psychology, sociology, history, political science and urban
studies. Illinois Hall, a 115-seat lecture area with enhanced
acoustics and new technical and electronic capabilities,
recently opened in 2001.
The Schaible Science Center was constructed in 1966 and
recently renovated. It was dedicated as the Schaible Science
Center in 1994 for Arthur J. Schaible, class of 1929.
Schaible Science Center
       Entrances
                        Both entrances to the science
                        center are located on the north side
                        of the building.
                        This entrance is at the east end.




 The main entrance, shown
 here, is at the west end.
              Biology Lounge

The biology lounge is
and area where biology
students, members of
the honor societies
Alpha Epsilon Delta
and Tri-Beta gather to
study, conduct
meetings, plan events
or just socialize.
            Science Center
            Computer Lab
Located in room 136, the Schaible Science Center has a
dedicated computer lab for student use. There are both PC
and MAC computers and all have Internet access.
           Schaible Science
             Center Mural
During the January Term
of 1999, eight students
enrolled in the Wall
Paining and Public Art
course, taught by John
Weber, created a mural in
the main floor hallway of
the Schaible Science
Center.
There are over 40
images depicting the
history of scientific
illustration.
                Greenhouse
A greenhouse is located on the top floor of the Schaible Science
Center. Students enrolled in botany, plant anatomy and plant
physiology utilize the greenhouse to conduct experiments.
Microbiology/Virology
     Laboratory
Zoology Laboratory
Anatomy & Physiology
     Laboratory
In addition to numerous anatomical models and other
resource materials used for the human anatomy
courses, the department has a cadaver as well.
We hope you enjoyed the tour, albeit brief, of the
biology department.
If you would like additional information, you can go to
our on-line form, located at:
http://www.elmhurst.edu/~bio/requestinfo.html


                             Thank you for stopping by.

				
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