Starting September 20th the College of Science wants to bring awareness to the Strike for Earth. Follow us on social media and see how you can get involved with the microactions happening globally.
"In the Darhad Valley in Northern Mongolia is a beautiful depression of meadow steppe with 300 lakes leading up into the fringes of the Siberian taiga. The people in the Darhad have lived there for hundreds of years using its grasslands for their livestock, the trees to build their homes, and the water to drink and bathe. Their everyday lives are constantly connected to the natural world around them. Never in a way that feels as if they’re only asking and taking, only in a way of respect and reciprocity..."
September 27th, 2019
by Alexis Sullivan, botany major
and Hulet Round River Scholarship recipient
September 13th, 2019
by Sara Naveed, College of Science alumna & former member of MAS
The decision to go back to school wasn’t an easy one. I was sure I wanted to be a doctor — it was the only path that felt right no matter where life took me, but I knew it was an uphill battle. Many people had warned me that the classes would cost many late nights and produce just as many tears, but what secretly scared me...
August 21st, 2019
by Jane Stout and Monica Linford, College of Science advisors
The first day of the Fall Semester is an exciting time for university students – full of anticipation, anxiety, and change! After a long summer, it’s almost a relief to get back into a routine, renew old acquaintances, and continue progressing towards that overarching goal of a college degree. However, it can sometimes be difficult to get back into the swing of things...
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This year we are highlighting and give voice to biodiversity, energy crisis, and other environment topics. Also, we want to share your "In my (science) shoes..." story this year as part of CCEL's Engaged Learning Series.