The School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics offers more than 30 undergraduate and graduate programs within its six departments: biological sciences, chemistry and biochemistry, geosciences, mathematical sciences, physics, and science/mathematics education. Each program is research-intensive with close cooperation from industry. Faculty members compete at the national level for sponsored research. Graduates go on to pursue careers at colleges and universities as well as in industrial, medical, public health, environmental and governmental organizations.

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New Year Brings New Construction, Nearly Completed Science Building

Students returning for the spring semester will see plenty of projects moving forward, including a pedestrian promenade along Rutford Avenue and an expansion at Northside. [more...]

Class of 2019: Biology Graduate Builds Career Path in Public Health

Ada Abaragu, who moved to the U.S. from Nigeria at age 11, plans to devote her life to helping people stay healthy and has several options to make that happen. [more...]

Geoscientist, Chemistry Professor Receive Awards

Dr. Hejun Zhu received the J. Clarence Karcher Award from the Society of Exploration Geophysicists, and Dr. Julia Chan received the 2019 Wilfred T. Doherty Award from the American Chemical Society’s Dallas-Fort Worth Section. [more...]