It’s 11-7

Today CNAS STEM Career Expo –4:00-6:00 PM, PSU Grand Ballroom 3rd Floor – All CNAS students and faculty are invited to attend.

Geography Awareness Week All seminars are in Temple 345 (click for times)

  • 4:30 pm – Mon, Nov 7 – Geographers Doing Geography in National Parks and Protected Areas Around the Globe
  • 3:30 pm – Tue, Nov 8 – Sea Turtles and Sustainable Tourism
  • 4:30 pm – Wed, Nov 9 – Drone-based Remote Sensing Systems and Virtual Reality Platform
  • 3:30 pm – Thu, Nov 10 – The World That Memory Made: Parks, Plantations, and Battlefields


  • Wed, Nov 9 – Chemistry seminar by Dr. Mark Arnold, University of Iowa – 3:30-4:30, Meyer Library 101

Did you know…?


CNAS students received awards at the Arkansas INBRE conference (INBRE = Idea Network of Biomedical Research Excellence). Participants were from 28 different academic institutions.  Read the blog on the CNAS website.

  • (1) John Short (MSU Biology Dept; Authors: John Short and Dr. Kyoungtae Kim): Biological Sciences division, poster, 1st place – – Subcellular Targeting and Physiological Significance of Dynamin-like Protein, Vps1.
  • (2) Angeline Rodriguez (MSU Biology Dept; Authors: Angeline Rodriguez, Abbi Mabary, Andrea Taylor, Hannah Ingram, and Dr. Christopher Lupfer): Biological Sciences, poster, Honorable Mention – – Improving Inflammation in Viral Bacterial Coinfection by Il-1β Regulation.
  • (3) Jesse Underwood (MSU Dept of Physics, Astronomy and Materials Science; Authors: Jesse Underwood, Dayton G. Kizzire, J. Thomas, R. Sakidja, and R.A. Mayanovic): Physics division, oral, 1st place – – Molecular Dynamics Simulations of the Mechanical and Structural Prosperities of Silica and Aluminosilica Mesoporous Materials.



PAPER: If you can rip it, you can recycle it.  paper-rip-it


Nov 7            CNAS STEM Career Discovery Expo (4-6 PM) flyer attached

Nov 30           STEM Lecture at Library Center – Dr. Bob Pavlowsky, 7-8:00 PM

Dec 16           Fall Commencement, 1:30 PM, JQH Arena (CNAS Grad Reception at 11:30, details to follow)


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