1960s: Biological Sciences is an official program, jointly residing in the College of Agriculture and the College of Letters and Science.
1964: Department of Animal Physiology (now Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior) forms.
1966: Zoologists help form the Institute of Ecology to study interrelationships between people, plants, animals and the environment.
1967: Unitrans purchases two red double-decker buses from London Transport for $3,500 each, plus $1,000 in shipping costs. Thousands of students ride the iconic London reds to and from class in the ensuing decades.
1969: Students march on the chancellor’s office in peaceful demonstrations to protest the war in Vietnam.