A new way to explore the universe has potential to transform our understanding of astrophysical objects like black holes, and the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics has an important part to play in that research.
Miller will be responsible for a comprehensive fundraising program and partnering with donors to facilitate the transformative power of philanthropy.
“We want people to walk in and know it’s a science building – see people and ideas colliding, feel a sense of energy!” says Marie Johnson, dean of the College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics.
Sean Walker, Ph.D., became associate dean of the College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics (NSM) in January 2019, just about a year before the COVID-19 pandemic changed operations across the campus.
Where can students at the College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics turn if they need help to ensure they are on track for graduation, a tutor to assist with an especially challenging course, answers to questions about internships or career preparation, or advice about joining a club to build community?
As mentors, faculty share their experiences and expertise to help students develop the confidence and skills necessary to achieve their academic, career, and personal goals. For three faculty members in the College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics (NSM), mentorship is as strong a calling as teaching and conducting impactful research.
The McCarthy Hall modernization project is well underway at the College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics, with second-floor renovations designed to promote a teacher-scholar model and the common pursuit of scientific knowledge and discovery.
Dr. Hoese consistently inspires eager minds to pursue careers in environmental biology, fosters their scientific development both in and outside the lab and classroom, and mentors them throughout the development of their careers.