With the Earth constantly shifting under our feet, the need for research is always there. Dr. Matthew McKay, associate professor of geography, geology and planning at Missouri State University, was selected for funding by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) for his upcoming project. “The USGS is very supportive and we are grateful they continue to support our work,” … [Read more...] about Geology professor selected for national award
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has granted Missouri State University another transformative research grant. Dr. Tuhina Banerjee, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, received full approval for a two-year, $250,000 grant to establish competitive research. Making leaps The Launching Early-Career Academic Pathways in the Mathematical and Physical … [Read more...] about CNAS approved for inclusive research grant
Since 2020, the Computer Science Opportunities, Development and Education in Rural Schools (CODERS) Project has brought STEM education to southwest Missouri schools. The third cohort of the project for the 2023-24 school year has begun, with a successful summer launch from June 5-8. Connecting STEM and Writing The CODERS Project works with rural school districts, … [Read more...] about CODERS project prepares for a new academic year
The cooperative engineering program between Missouri State University and the Missouri University of Science and Technology welcomes Dr. Theresa Odun-Ayo as its new director. An associate teaching professor at MSU since 2011, Odun-Ayo is excited for this new adventure. “As director, I look forward to building on and expanding the foundation that has produced a top-notch … [Read more...] about Cooperative engineering program names new director
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has put in great effort to eradicate populations of bighead carp, an invasive species that has been creating problems in multiple lake systems. These efforts cannot be done alone. Dr. Quinton Phelps, assistant professor of biology at Missouri State University, and Hae Kim, biology research assistant, are aiding these efforts through … [Read more...] about Holy carp!