Jewel Moore Nature Reserve Photography Contest

Digital photographs of nature or of humans interacting with nature must be taken in the Jewel Moore Nature Reserve, in the restored creek adjacent to the HPER, in the natural areas behind Lewis Science Center (including Culwell Natural Area and rain garden), or at the Steel Creek field station along the Buffalo River. Photographs of organisms taken from these areas and photographed in the lab may also be submitted (e.g. protists, algae, insects).

Contest is open to all UCA students, faculty, staff and alumni.  Deadline for submission November 1, 2019.

Please click here for submission guidelines.

 

Posters at the Capitol Wednesday 2/20/19

More than 110 undergraduate students will present 70 posters highlighting their original research in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 from 11 am to 1 pm in the Arkansas State Capitol Rotunda in Little Rock.

The University of Central Arkansas is the primary organizer of the event, with support and participation from the Arkansas STEM Coalition, Arkansas State University, and Arkansas NSF EPSCoR.  This marks the seventh year for the Arkansas STEM Posters at the State Capitol.  For more information about the event, please click here.

 

Chemistry Seminar 1/18/19

Chemistry Seminar on Friday, January 18, 2019 at 2 pm in Laney-Manion 102.  Remote sensing is of interest to many and involves many STEM people.

CNSM Events Week of 11/26/18:

Science of Fear on 10/31/18

Panelists for this Science Wednesday are Dr. Ben Rowley – Biology, Dr. Allen Thomas – Psychology, and Dr. Glenn Jellenik – English.  More information can be found on the Science Wednesday website.

 

STEM Career & Graduate School Fair 10/24/18

Jewel Moore Nature Reserve Photography Contest

Digital photographs of nature or of humans interacting with nature must be taken in the Jewel Moore Nature Reserve, in the restored creek adjacent to the HPER, in the natural areas behind Lewis Science Center (including Culwell Natural Area and rain garden), or at the Steel Creek field station along the Buffalo River. Photographs of organisms taken from these areas and photographed in the lab may also be submitted (e.g. protists, algae, insects).

Contest is open to all UCA students, faculty, staff and alumni.  Deadline for submission November 1, 2018.

Please click here for submission guidelines.

CNSM Events Week of 10/1/18

Science Wednesday Highlighted in Echo

The Community Conversation section of the September 5, 2018, Echo featured CNSM’s first Science Wednesday of the Fall 2018 semester.  The open forum discussion on “The Science of Cybersecurity” took place at Kings Live Music in downtown Conway on August 29.  Panelists were Professor of Physics and CNSM Dean Stephen Addison, engineer Zach King, and Associate Professor of Political Science Mary Sullivan.   For more details, please read the full Echo article at this link: http://ucaecho.net/campus-life/science-wednesday-panel-explores-cybersecurity/

Science Wednesday is planned, sponsored, and moderated by faculty and students from CNSM and UCA’s STEM Residential College.  The full semester schedule can be found at the Science Wednesday website.

First Science Wednesday for the Fall Semester!

Science Wednesday is back for Fall 2018!  Join us as we talk “The Science of Cybersecurity” at Kings Live Music. Discussion starts at 6:30 pm, but plan to arrive early as seating is limited.  Kings is located at 1020 Front St. in downtown Conway.

Admission is free, and all are welcome!  Wednesday is also 1/2 price pizza night at Kings– and as a special Science Wednesday offer, enjoy a free soda with the purchase of any food item!