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Interview with Dr. Narendra Govil

Dr. Narendra Govil headshot

12/01/2020

Dr. Narendra Govil retired from DMS and became an Emeritus Professor in June 2020. Luke Oeding (virtually) sat down with him to learn about his long and distinguished career.

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Merner selected as 2020 Chemical Communications Emerging Investigator

Brad Merner

11/17/2020

Congratulations to Brad Merner, the S. D. and Karen H. Worley Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, for being selected as a 2020 Chemical Communications Emerging Investigator by the Royal Society of Chemistry.

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Congratulations to the COSAM Research Fair winners

COSAM Research Fair

11/17/2020

The College of Sciences and Mathematics (COSAM) held a virtual research fair on November 5.  Congratulations to the winners:

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Doctoral student wins grant from American Geophysical Union

Pedro

11/17/2020

Pedro Montalvo, a doctoral student in the Department of Geosciences, is the recipient of a virtual student travel grant for the 2020 American Geophysical Union (AGU) conference. 

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COSAM’s Commitment to the Student Experience – Calculus I Blended Learning Option

Student in a Calculus I Class

11/10/2020

Even with limitations resulting due to the COVID-19 pandemic, for Selim Sukhtaiev, assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics in the College of Sciences and Mathematics (COSAM), teaching in his Calculus I course in-person is an opportunity to interact with students and explain difficult concepts.

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Message from Dean Giordano - November 2020

COSAM Dean Nicholas J. Giordano.

11/03/2020

To all faculty, staff, and students:

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COSAM’s Commitment to the Student Experience – Katy Crider

Katy Crider

11/03/2020

COVID has obviously changed what higher education looks like for much of 2020. This summer, Mrs. Beverley Childress and I strategically planned the fall semester pre-health events in a way that provides the education and support our pre-health students need and deserve while keeping health and safety as a priority. Because our office regularly hosts large meetings and utilizes the expertise of various guest speakers including representatives of professional school programs or practicing health professionals, our meetings and events have been virtual this semester. Below are a few of our regular events and meetings: 

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Rooftop telescope captures photos of Mars

Mars

11/03/2020

The new Leach Science Center features a state-of-the-art rooftop telescope terrace with individual stations that can be controlled from an interior third-floor classroom.

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