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  • Fabricio Medina-Bolivar
    Faculty Spotlight
    Medina-Bolivar Gives Plenary Address

    Dr. Fabricio Medina-Bolivar was an invited Plenary Speaker at the 5th International Conference on Resveratrol and Health. His talk was titled “Sustainable Bioproduction and Biological Activities of Prenylated Stilbenoids”.

  • Lisa Rice
    Faculty Spotlight
    Congratulations Dr. Rice

    and her colleagues on publishing “The calculus concept inventory: a psychometric analysis and implications for use” in the Intl Jrnl of Mathematics Education in Science and Technology. The CCI was analyzed for its validity and reliability.

  • William Paulsen
    Faculty Spotlight
    Gamma Triads

    Congratulations to Dr. William Paulsen, Professor of Mathematics, for his paper, titled “Gamma Triads”, to be published in the The Ramanujan Journal.

  • Dr. Damphousse, Dr. Hood and Dr Huggins
    Women of the Year

    Congratulations to Dr. Julie Huggins and Dr. Beth Hood. They were both awarded Woman of the Year by the A-State chapter of the Business and Professional Women group.

  • Clay Heern
    Student Spotlight
    REU Symposium

    Mr. Clay Heern presented at the Council on Undergraduate Research REU Symposium in Washington DC, Oct. 28-29. Clay is a BSE Mathematics major who works with Computer Science faculty, Dr. X. Huang, Mr. J. Qualls and Dr. J. Causey on the project.

  • STEM Fest
    Photo Gallery
    Thunder Over the Rock: STEM Fest

    Photos from the College's trip to the largest Arkansas STEM festival have been posted.

  • Rebecca Cooper, Tanja McKay and Jennifer Bouldin
    Research Spotlight
    Bees and Soybeans Research

    Dr. Jennifer Bouldin is principal investigator for a $149,988 grant from a division of the USDA. She and co-PIs Dr. Tanja McKay and Rebecca Cooper will conduct research on native bee species that are pollinating Arkansas soybean fields.

  • Dr. Maureen Dolan
    Faculty Spotlight
    Congratulations Dr. Dolan

    Who is the PI and program director of a grant from the NIFA program of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The project will use sustainable plant-based bioengineering technology to produce a safer disease management product for use in aquaculture.

  • Faculty Spotlight
    Izadyar Invited to Write Article Review

    Dr. Anahita Izadyar, associate professor of chemistry, was invited to write a review article for the journal Electroanalysis, based on her scientific background.

College of
Sciences & Mathematics

The faculty in the College of Sciences & Mathematics come from many programs, many universities, and many disciplines, but we all share a common experience, the one that you are now seeking, and want to share that experience with you.

The element of experience

Studying here is more than sitting in a classroom listening to lectures. It is the immersion in a research environment that is purposefully welcoming to students. Our diverse experiences and expertise contribute to a quality educational environment that emphasizes learning through integration of theory with practical laboratory and field studies. Our programs offer you the opportunity to work on projects that provide valuable insight and impact people’s lives.

We invite you to explore the ways in which the College of Sciences & Mathematics can be part of preparing you for it. We know it’s an important decision you’re making and we stand ready to help you take this first step towards success.

Accredited by ACS

The College of Sciences & Mathematics is proud to be accredited by a number of prestigious organizations, including the American Chemical Society.

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Visitor Parking for Our College

The most convenient visitor parking for the College of Sciences and Mathematics is located behind the College of Fine Arts, off of Quapaw St., or at the Dean B. Ellis Library. 

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