At the North Pole, you may not find Santa. But you’ll find Sarah R. Johnson, ‘05 alumna of Missouri State University. “I have a strong passion for adventures,” she said. “Being able to combine the exploration of places and understanding of how the world works in a place that is so far, so distant and so beyond what I ever expected myself to do, has been unbelievably … [Read more...] about Oh, buoy!
The 2022 spring semester was a success for the mathematics department. Students gained plentiful knowledge and experience under Dr. Ngoc Do’s wing in her new course: Preparation for Industrial Careers in Mathematical Sciences (PIC Math). A course of action MTH596/696 was part of a nationwide program called PIC Math. It contained a mix of both undergraduate and graduate … [Read more...] about A successful first run
The biology department has gained some worldwide representation. Over the summer, many student and faculty researchers attended conferences around the world to present their research. Portland, Oregon From May 6-10, four students presented their research at the 105th annual meeting of the American Association of Immunologists. Nayeon Son - “Identification of a … [Read more...] about A summer of discoveries
Are you a student in the College of Natural and Applied Sciences? Do you want to meet other CNAS students and get involved on campus? Do you like pizza, games and snacks? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you should come to the 2022 CNAS Student Expo on Sept. 14! Getting involved in CNAS With a college as broad as CNAS, student organizations hold … [Read more...] about 2022 CNAS Student Expo scheduled for Sept. 14
Technology is best when it brings people together. Or rather, researchers. The National Science Foundation (NSF) has granted full approval for a liquid chromatography – mass spectrometry (LC-MS) system. Now, both student and faculty researchers will have a new, fully-funded addition to their research technology. “This instrument system will help train the next … [Read more...] about Training the next generation of scientists