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The nine departments in the School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences range from psychology and physics to anthropology and archaeology. All of them have a strong common ground: They maintain a rigorous investigation into the nature of human life. Many of our distinguished faculty will extend to you the opportunity to become important members of their research team, adding to the excitement of your learning experience.
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The Koppelman Experience is our commitment to continuous improvement: to greater engagement with our stakeholders, to innovation across all our programs, and impact on the world at large. And as a business student at Brooklyn College, you’ll be a vital part of the success of this exceptional business education.
You’ll be a part of a vast network of connected entities, through outreach in our local community, partnerships with corporations, and collaborations with other institutions of higher education.
We bring a creative approach to business, through experimentation with ideas and sheer determination to bring our innovative discoveries to life.
You’ll have a broader perspective in the classroom through high quality and meaningful research, preparing you for success as a business professional as you contribute to the betterment of society.
An important and vital part of the School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences is our highly qualified faculty.
Brett Branco began his academic career learning about the science of coastal environments, and th...
Kelly M. Britt, Ph.D., RPA focuses on community-based historical and contemporary archaeology of ...
Cheryl Carmichael joined the Brooklyn College f...
Jillian Cavanaugh grew up in Colorado and lived in Italy and Indonesia for extended stretches, wh...
Hui Chen is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer & Information Science at Bro...
Stephen Chester is a biological anthropologist and paleontologist who studies the evolution of pr...
Shahrina Chowdhury is a biological anthropologist who studies the behavioral ecology of nonhuman ...
Andrew Delamater came to Brooklyn College as an assistant professor of psychology in 1994. He bec...
Meghan Ference is assistant professor of anthropology at Brooklyn College. She teaches undergradu...
Brian Gibney joined the Department of Chemistry at Brooklyn College in 2008 and is currently the ...
Katherine (Katie Rose) Hejtmanek is a cultural and psychological anthropologist. She has a joint ...
Diana Hubbard is a professor of mathematics at Brooklyn College. Her research area is low-dimensi...
Amy Ikui’s laboratory studies DNA replication and cell division using S. cerevisae and Chal...
After several years as a painting conservator, Laura Juszczak returned to New York University wit...
Yana Kuchirko is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at Brooklyn College, CUNY...
Ryan Murelli joined the Brooklyn College faculty in September 2010. He teaches organic chemistry ...
Enrique Rodriguez Pouget is an epidemiologist whose work is focused on social justice and health....
Rhea Rahman is assistant professor of anthropology. Her research and teaching focus on transnatio...
Karl Sandeman is interested in how we may tailor phase transitions in so-called functional materi...
Anjana Saxena’s research goal is to understand how cells perceive variety of stresses inclu...
Naomi Schiller is associate professor of anthropology. Schiller’s research and teaching foc...
Alvin Snadowsky joined the Brooklyn College faculty in 1972.
Peter Lipke is a microbiologist interested in the surface of fungi. Specifically, his group studi...
Before joining Brooklyn College as a Professor in Biology in January 2010, Dr. Quadri held facult...
There’s no limit to how far you can go.
The activities supported by these entities are designed to have an impact on our stakeholders and provide our students with real-world experience.
Brooklyn College Cancer Center
Science and Resilience Institute at Jamaica Bay
Aquatic Research and Environmental Assessment Center
Center for Achievement in Science Education
BC Academic Enrichment Program
Urban Soils Lab
While you’re here to focus on your education, we’ll be here to ensure that you’ve got everything you need to achieve your academic, professional, and life goals. With a vast array of offerings, including career services, financial aid, guidance and counseling, and health and wellness, you’ll find a campus full of people and resources to support you every step of the way.
Through job fairs, the internship database, and internship panels, the Magner Career Center gives School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences students access to career opportunities at a wide variety of employers, including:
Cultural Anthropology Professor and Children and Youth Studies Director Katie Rose Hejtmanek from the School of Humanities and Social Sciences and Natural and Behavioral Sciences and Adjunct Professor of Anthropology Melissa Forbis
Michael Joseph ’94 has educated generations of public health professionals for over two decades and shows no sign of stopping.
Funding for Brooklyn College, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, and seven additional collaborating institutions will help unravel mysteries of how life rebounded after the extinction of the dinosaurs.
Magisterial Feminae: How Women Who Studied the Ancient World Innovated Brooklyn College, the Latin/Greek Institute, and Beyond
An Alternate Translation Initiation by DAP5 in Breast Cancer and Its Role in Cancer Metabolism
BCCC-CURE: Joint seminar with the Chemistry Department by Assistant Professor Columba de la Parra
Our campus at Brooklyn College is built with all the resources you’ll need to succeed in your education.
To help you find your way.
To help you dig deeper.
To help you discover more.
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School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences
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