September 4th, 2019
Biochemists Alvaro Estevez and Maria Franco recently made an important breakthrough toward understanding why certain cells in the nervous system are prone to breaking down […]
Sally Hacker helped lead a team of scientists who developed a mathematical model that predicts the evolution of the beach profile.
When alumna Karen Nickel (Chemistry, ’61) returned to campus after a long and illustrious career in clinical chemistry, the trip “brought back lots of good […]
For Rachel Legard (’19), a mathematics and business double major, participation and involvement in student and campus organizations has always been a priority.
Jessica Scotten found her dream major. Now she is preparing for a career in space research.
Inspired by her mathematics professors, Sara Tro is headed to the University of Colorado, Boulder, to pursue a Ph.D. in applied mathematics.
Chemist Sandra Loesgen has been working to identify the next generation of antibiotics from the microbes associated with marine and freshwater fishes.
A Fulbright research scholarship will take mathematician Elise Lockwood to Norway to investigate the role computing plays in students’ learning of mathematics.
Basketball star and BioHealth Sciences junior Mikayla Pivec used her SURE Science scholarship to study how the homeless can have better access to resources.
Three outstanding scientists received the 2018 College of Science Alumni Awards.