To boost science, technology, engineering and math or STEM education in southwest Missouri. That’s the goal of Missouri State University’s Computer Science Research Opportunity for Smart Environments program, also known as ROSE. Earlier this year, Missouri State received a three-year, $600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to facilitate this program for 30 area … [Read more...] about Program helps area teachers enhance STEM education
It is an exciting time for graduate education at Missouri State University, and our thesis advisors play an integral part. Dr. Razib Iqbal, associate professor and graduate assistantship director for the computer science department, has been selected as the 2023 Outstanding Thesis Advisor. He was selected based on the outstanding quality and quantity of strong theses … [Read more...] about Congratulations, Dr. Razib Iqbal!
A $600,000 National Science Foundation grant will allow Missouri State University to boost STEM education in southwest Missouri. The funds will be used to implement the Computer Science Research Opportunity for Smart Environments (ROSE) program for the next three years. What’s ROSE? ROSE involves computer science faculty providing a unique summer research experience for middle … [Read more...] about MSU receives grant to train area STEM educators
Quality leadership fuels quality education among students. The College of Natural and Applied Sciences (CNAS) is excited to welcome Dr. Mukulika Ghosh, assistant professor of computer science, who will further the knowledge base available to students in the department. Getting to know Dr. Ghosh Mukulika Ghosh completed her bachelor’s of science in computer science at … [Read more...] about Meet the newest computer science faculty member
Plants are as vulnerable to germs as people. These germs can cause disease in plants and negatively impact the agriculture industry. Among plants, grapevine is the most valuable horticultural crop, according to Dr. Laszlo Kovacs, professor of biology at Missouri State University. Grapes are the basis of raisins, jellies, juice and, if you are 21 or older, wine. The growth … [Read more...] about Using software to boost grapevine health