The University of Central Arkansas received a gift of $300,000 from Southwestern Energy Company to support undergraduate and graduate student research.
The Southwestern Energy Endowed Fund for Student Research will be granted to students conducting research in the fields of environmental science, geography and physics. Graduate student Christopher Robinson was announced as the first Southwestern Energy/Steven L. Mueller Research Fellow on December 5, 2016. To read more, please click here.
November and December are traditionally months of feasting and celebration. We hope you will join us for the final Science Wednesday of the semester– The Science of Food! Together we will discuss food, food chemistry, and the impact of food and feasting on societies around the world. Event starts at 6:30pm, but plan to arrive early as seating is limited. We hope to see you there!!
Dr. Stacey Schwartzkopf — Hendrix College, Anthropology
Dr. Melissa Kelley — UCA, Chemistry
Dr. Alicia Landry — UCA, Family and Consumer Sciences
UCA Observatory Public Night
Tonight: Wednesday November 16th 6:00pm-8:00pm
Join Dr. Scott Austin to look through the UCA telescope.
Stairs to the observatory located in the front lobby of Lewis Science Center.
CNSM Tailgate and Charity Cook-off — Saturday, 11/12 at 12 noon during the UCA tailgate on Bruce Street for a Charity Cook-Off between Dr. George Bratton, Dr. Brad Teague, and President Tom Courtway. Please bring canned food and/or cash donations which benefit the UCA Food Pantry.
The Cook-Off will occur at the CNSM tailgating spot on Bruce Street in front of the Crafton Alumni Pavilion.
The Department of Mathematics invites you to attend a seminar entitled “Lessons Learned Coordinating Calculus” on Wednesday, November 9, at 2 pm in MCS 220.
The last Science Night for the Fall Semester is taking place at Bob & Betty Courtway Middle School on Thursday, 11/3, from 5:30- 7:30 pm. Different student groups from CNSM, including the STEM Residential College, STEMteach, Pre-Med and Biology Clubs, Fish and Wildlife, and many more, will be sharing science with the community!
Science night is an opportunity for school children and their families to participate in a broad range of scientific activities. These activities aim to spark interest in science by exposing children to the importance of science in our communities, the enjoyment and exploration found in science careers, and simple scientific concepts. This CNSM outreach project is coordinated by Dr. Zaida Gomez-Cramer in the Biology Department.