High achieving undergraduate students had the opportunity to meet with College of Science Dean, college leadership, faculty and members of the academic affairs team at the Soar-in-4 Scholars luncheon. The students will work closely with the Academic Affairs team through the program. Students also had the opportunity to connect with fellow Soar-in-4 peers. View photos.
Assistant Professor of Digital Science and National Geographic Emerging Explorer, University of South Florida Ryan Carney, Ph.D., talked Digital Dinosaurs and Diseases at another packed lecture hall last Friday, February 21st. Check out our photo album here!
Nwadiuto Esiobu, Ph.D., a Professor of Biological Sciences, worked with WPTV to test for bacteria on 20 different wristwatches. They looked for two germs, in particular: E. coli and staphylococci, or staph. Watch to find the results.
The Charles E. Schmidt College of Science is bringing health related graduate programs and students together for the 2020 “Pre-Health Professions Week,” which runs from Monday, March 16, to Friday, March 20. Read More
Physics major and student researcher, Alexandra DeCesare, is working on developing quantum communication between drones with Quantum Optics Lab professor, Warner Miller, Ph.D. Read more.
Apply now for the Graduate Research Support Scholarship along with many other general science scholarships available!
Thanks to author, glaciologist, National Geographic Society Explorer, and TED Fellow, M Jackson, Ph.D., who joined us on Friday, January 24 to explore “The Secret Lives of Glaciers.” View photos.
Assistant Professor of Psychology and member of the Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences, William Alexander, Ph.D., part of groundbreaking neuroscience discovery. Read more.
College of Science research and initiatives abounded in the spring issue of Owl Research & Innovation. Read more
"We have an unprecedented obligation and opportunity to provide our students and community with the highest caliber of research, scientific invention, and education in the country." Ata Sarajedini, Ph.D., Dean, Charles E. Schmidt College of Science. Donate Here.