Be kind. Be positive. Be strong. Be safe.
CNAS STEM Career Expo – Wednesday November 3, 3:00-6:00PM – An opportunity for students to learn about and interact with more than twenty STEM employers
MSU’s Missouri Bicentennial Series – The Deep Dark Secrets of the Cave State (GGP Faculty on the panel). Thursday November 18, 7:00-8:00PM. Register here!
CNAS Seminars this week
- MTH – 3:30-4:30PM, Tuesday, November 2, via Zoom. By Dr. Jerry Bona, University of Illinois at Chicago. “What can you do with mathematics?”
- CSC – 1:25-2:15PM, Friday, November 5, Cheek Hall 212. By Tim Ceradsky, BMC Software. “Shift-left – The Role of Automated Testing in Modern Software Development”
- GGP – 2:30-3:30PM, Friday, November 5, Temple Hall 002. By Dr Robert Nairn, University of Oklahoma. “Engineering and the Nature of Change: Stream Recovery in Mining-Disturbed Watersheds through Ecologically Engineered Passive Treatment Systems”
Indigenous Heritage Month (November) events attached.
Recent news from the college:
- Bringing back Public Observing Night at Baker Observatory
- Engineering students face trash and sanitation issues during local clean up
- If you would like to see past stories please visit CNAS NewsWatch!
Upcoming CNAS Seminars
- GGP – 2:30-3:30PM, Friday, November 12, Temple Hall 002. By Dr. L. Allen James, University of South Carolina – Columbia. “Legacy Sediment in the New World: Theoretical and Practical Concerns”
Registration is open for the 2021 Fall Water Conference. Conference is November 19 from 8AM to 5PM at the Darr Agriculture Center. Event is free for all MSU students!!!
Remember to sign up for your Flu Shot available at Magers Health Center.
|November 3||CNAS Career Expo – PSU Ballroom 1-6PM|
|November 4||Staff Senate – 11:00AM-1:00PM, Glass Hall 486|
|November 5||Baker Observatory Public Observing Night|
|November 6||Elementary Science Olympiad Competition (Temple and Kemper Halls)|
|November 12||University 3 minute thesis competition|
|November 13||Fall Showcase|
|November 24-28||Thanksgiving Break|
|December 11-16||Final Exams period|
|December 17||Winter Commencement|
|December 22-January 4||Offices closed for Winter Break|
|January 5||Office Open for 2022 – all staff report back to work|
|January 10||All faculty and graduate students report to work|
|January 17||Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday – No classes, Offices closed|
|January 18||First day of Spring classes|