Earlham ranks in the top ten in the U.S. for the percentage of our graduates who earn doctorates in the life sciences.
You can do Biology research around the world from our own campus to Alaska, Borneo, Hawaii, New Zealand, Tanzania/Kenya, Bahamas, the Amazon rain forest, and the Galapagos Islands.
Recent graduates have earned prestigious post-graduate fellowships including National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowships, Fulbright Grants and Watson Fellowships. Our alumni have found work as physicians, nurses, zookeepers, museum specialists, vets, biomedical researchers, GIS specialists, conservation biologists, university professors, wildlife biologists, STEM cell & cancer researchers, and educators, among many others. They have worked with state and federal governments, and major corporations around the world.
Earlham has recently invested over $30 million in state-of-the-art science facilities. We have a fully equipped molecular biology lab, a digital fluorescence microscope, a greenhouse, a natural history museum, and a human cadaver lab. All our facilities are designed to facilitate innovating learning, active partnerships and, most importantly: collaboration, discovery and deep learning.