Dr. Razib Iqbal, associate professor of computer science at Missouri State University, offers some insights about a computer science degree and the field to TheBestSchools. … [Read more...] about Ask an expert about computer science
All students in the College of Natural and Applied Sciences are invited to join Missouri State University’s Bear Pantry in fighting campus hunger at the CNAS Food Drive Social. The event will take place from 3:30-5 p.m. April 15 at the Temple Hall courtyard. Games and food will be provided. Donations to the food drive are encouraged but not mandatory. Explore … [Read more...] about Help fight campus hunger at the CNAS Food Drive Social
The College of Natural and Applied Sciences (CNAS) at Missouri State University recently earned a 2021 Gold American Advertising Award, called the ADDY Awards, for its overview video. The recognition comes from the American Advertising Federation (AAF) in the Heartland region. The college received the gold ranking in the category of Film Video/Sound Branded Content of … [Read more...] about CNAS recognized by the American Advertising Federation in the Heartland region
Across North America, including Missouri, bats of certain species are dying in worrisome numbers from a disease called white nose syndrome, a fungal disease. This disease kills the bats while they are in hibernation. Dr. Tom Tomasi, Missouri State University biology professor and his colleague, Dr. Christopher Lupfer, Missouri State biology assistant professor, are working … [Read more...] about Why are some bats species dying from a disease?
The College of Natural and Applied Sciences is excited to announce the Region VII 2021 Science Olympiad competition will occur virtually Feb. 27. As a satellite tournament, each participating student will compete from his or her home school. There will not be an awards ceremony this year given the remote format. Event winners will be posted March 4. More than 300 … [Read more...] about Region VII 2021 Science Olympiad competition goes virtual