Related Links

Below you will find links to some interesting and useful web sites maintained by faculty and staff of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and other institutions. If you have a favorite web site that you think would be of interest, please e-mail the URRL for that web site to:

  • UW-L Department of Microbiology

  • Zoo Lab - A resource for an animal biology or general zoology course.

  • UW-L Multiple Organisms Page - A collection of web pages created by students in Organismal Biology and Animal Biology here at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse that cover a variety ot special theme topics.

  • A & P Lab - A resource for students of human anatomy and physiology.

  • Tom Volk's Fungi - An award-winning mycology web site.

  • Herps of the La Crosse Area - A web site produced by former UW-L Biology student Josh Kapfer that highlights the amphibians and reptiles of the La Crosse, Wisconsin area.

  • Bioweb - A collaborative web site produced by faculty members from 14 different University of Wisconsin System universities and centers.

  • TULIP Website  - This web site is was created to help improve botanical education by providing information and ideas to pre-service teachers, in-service teachers, and anyone generally interested in botany.

  • Alice Hagar Curriculum Resources Center’s STEM Website - This web site is designed to provide resources to PK-12 teachers, pre-service teachers, librarians, and others interested in STEM education.

  • Flower Delivery Net - A wealth of great information in many subject areas for my students within the gardening and mycology realm.

  • Garden Basics for Kids - A commercial site with a lot of good gardening information and projects for kids.

  • Marine Wildlife Encyclopedia - This encyclopedia contains information and photos of over 500 marine creatures. It also includes information about types of reefs, tectonics, winds and waves, tides, etc.

  • Biology Degrees to Save the World - A listing of various biology and health related degrees available on line with links to the institutions offering these degrees.