Campus tour: Biology Building

  • Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
  • Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
  • Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
  • Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
  • Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
  • Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
  • Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
  • Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
  • Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
  • Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
  • Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern

The 82,000-square-foot Biology Building at Western Washington University houses the Biology Department -- specifically, the department's programs in cell and molecular biology, ecology, marine biology and organismal biology. Let's take a look inside. Photos by Michael Leese | University Communications intern

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Photo by Michael Leese | University Communications intern
Monday, February 1, 2010 - 10:14am