Our primary mission is to be a source of academic support for students. The Science Advising Services Office assists science majors in the following ways:
Vanessa Belizaire is embarking on her second year in the Schmidt College of Science’s new medical biology degree program. Read more.
Workshops will be virtual and/or in-person at the times and dates listed below. Workshops are open to all campuses. Workshops include: Pre-Health and Health Science Academic Program Overview, Pre-Health Freshman FAQs, The Basics for Competitive Applications, Beyond the Basics, Post-Baccalaureate “Career Changer” Program, How to Open a File/Committee Interview Request?, workshops for first generation students, and more.
Watch the recording of this virtual workshop that reviews the certifications that might interest students in the fitness, strength & conditioning and health promotion industries, presented by Professor of Exercise Science and Health Promotion, Michelle Papania, and Coordinator of Fitness at FAU's Campus Recreation Center, Damien Michel. Click here to watch the event recording.
Professor Xing-Hai Zhang, Ph.D., is seeking enterprising students to join his plant genetics and biotechnology lab. "Our research includes using CRISPR and other technologies for targeted genetic and metabolic engineering to generate knowledge and value-added plants that are better equipped to deal with various environmental stresses." If you are interested in graduate studies for an M.S. and/or a Ph.D. in plant biology, please directly contact professor Zhang at firstname.lastname@example.org, Department of Biological Sciences.
Learn about career options, certificates/skills that enhance these majors, and more with professor John Renne, Ph.D. Click here to watch the event recording.
Jorge Torres is a pre-medical track student working towards a B.S. in Biological Sciences, and is a member of the Tiny Earth Lab, researching antibiotic producing bacteria found in the soil. He is also a member of the Soar-in-4 program. Read more.
Congratulations to our 2020 Soar-in-4 Scholars cohort of high achieving undergraduate students. The college has 27 students in the 2020 cohort, pursuing a range of disciplines, from psychology, biological sciences, neuroscience and behavior, chemistry, health sciences, and more. The students have support on their journey to earning a bachelor’s degree from the Academic Affairs team through the program. Meet the Soar-in-4 cohorts.
Vivian Merk, Ph.D. is awarded the FY 2021 Department of Defense (DoD) Research and Education Program for Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Minority-Serving Institutions (HBCU/MI) Equipment/Instrumentation grant. The title of the award is Acquisition of a Transmission Electron Microscope to Enhance Multidisciplinary Research and STEM Education.