BIOCHEMISTS COLLABORATE ON STUDY WITH ISS ASTRONAUTS
A team of researchers led by Dr. Donald Ronning, professor in the UT Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, used the micro-gravity conditions on the ISS to grow crystals of a key bacterial protein in an effort to develop treatments against the ulcer causing bacterium H. pylori . Learn more.
NSM Spring Convocation
MAY 6, 2017
The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics annual event to honor and recognize our graduating students will be held from 4-6 at the Center for Performing Arts. At the event we will acknowledge every graduating student attending as each student crosses the stage. We will introduce each of our departments’ 2017 Outstanding Student Awardees, and the 2017 Outstanding Student of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics will be be announced during the program. For more information contact Patricia Padilla.
Upcoming Saturday Morning Science programs SPRING 2017
April 29 at 9:30 a.m. in Memorial Field House Room 2100 — “From the Stone Age to Today: Why Do Humans Love Music, and What Has Physics Got to Do With It?” by Dr. Steven Errede, professor emeritus of physics at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. Learn more.
COLLEGE OF NATURAL SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS
Mathematics (Pure Math)
Biology (Cellular/Molecular Focus)
Chemistry (Professional Science Masters in Green Chemistry & Engineering)
Biology (Ecology and Organismal Biology Focus)
Physics (also include materials science option)
Physics (Professional Science Masters in Photovoltaics)
Combined BS/Masters Programs
Bachelor Degree and Masters Degree in Public Health
Bachelors Degree and Masters Degree in Bioinformatics
Promoting Diversity in STEM Education as a partner in the Louis Stokes Midwest Center for Excellence.