- Biology Professor Janice Chism said the Ebola case study has been a great opportunity to help the 19 freshman honor students to see how seemingly unrelated areas of biology, such as ecology, animal behavior, viral evolution, cell physiology and function, are connected.
- The students have studied topics including how the virus works, how the disease affects people, how it enters the human population, to ecological, social and political effects.
Winthrop University, "Biology Class Studies Different Effects of Ebola Outbreak" (2014). Winthrop News 2014. 229.