Category Archives: Physics Astronomy and Materials Science

CNAS Faculty & Staff Awards 2017 Results

CNAS recognized outstanding faculty and staff for the sixth year at a reception held on April 28, 2017.  The award winners were nominated by departmental personnel committees, department heads or students.  The nominations were then reviewed by a faculty committee

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CNAS Undergraduate Research Day & Graduate Interdisciplinary Forum 2017 Results

THE 8th ANNUAL CNAS UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH DAY was held on Friday, April 28.  There were 65 poster presentations in a variety of categories.  Pictures and abstracts of all presentations will soon be posted at http://science.missouristate.edu/Undergraduate-Research-Day.htm  The following CNAS Faculty mentored

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Alum, department head initiate new GO CAPS program

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Alum Steve Nunn and physics, astronomy and materials science department head David Cornelison recently joined forces to develop a new program for GO CAPS focusing on the Matlab programming language and voice recognition. Steve Nunn, 1978 alum of the engineering

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Students present, win at 2016 Arkansas INBRE conference

Several CNAS students placed at the 2016 Arkansas IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) conference Oct. 21-22, 2016. John Short, a senior in the department of biology, co-authored a poster titled “Subcellular Targeting and Physiological Significant of Dyamin-like Protein,

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