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  • College of Science, Health & the Environment

    Welcome to the College of Science, Health, and the Environment. The college consists of eight departments with outstanding faculty and excellent programs.

    The College of Science, Health, and the Environment provides a strong liberal studies foundation for all undergraduate programs that prepares students for fulfilling and productive careers in science, health and the environment.

    Courses are taught by highly educated faculty with advanced expertise in their fields who provide innovative theory and application throughout their course delivery. The College continues to encourage and support faculty in teaching, advising, scholarship and creative activity.

    Students and faculty within the College of Science, Health, and the Environment have access to state-of-the-art facilities and technology for creative investigation, advanced research projects and overall academic excellence.

    The College strongly supports scientific research projects, which involve faculty/student collaboration. The College is also proud to provide service and education outreach to the community and surrounding region.

    The College will continue to develop and support comprehensive majors and programs that are of the highest quality education.

    Please contact me via email if you have any questions.
    -Michelle L. Malott, Dean CSHE 


  • Buddhism for thinkers to meet beginning mid-September

    Dr. Chang-Seong Hong, Philosophy, invites you to join him and discuss together the 10 articles he has been writing on Buddhist philosophy. The topics of these articles are as follows: BUDDHISM FOR THINKERS 1. Non-self : an analytic approach 2. Dependent arising = emptiness 3. Anti-essentialism: the exclusion of the other 4. The concept of [...]

    Chalikia presented at conference in Paris

    Magdalene Chalikia, Psychology, presented an e-poster at the International Congress of Applied Psychology in Paris, France, July 8-13. The title of the presentation was “Relationships and rates of errors within and between numerical and knowledge problem categories.” Verlin B. Hinsz, and Jared L. Ladbury of the Psychology Department at NDSU were co-authors.

    Please use updated Major/Minor/Certificate/Advisor change form

    The Records Office has revamped the Major/Minor/Certificate/Advisor Change Form. The form is available on the Records website under “Forms.” Please use the new form effective immediately and discard any old forms you have in your departments. Students will need to be directed to the website to print out the form. After it is completed and [...]

    Goyt gave talk at Permutation Patterns Conference

    Adam Goyt, mathematics, gave the talk “Packing Set Partitions: A New Hope” at the 12th International Permutation Patterns Conference at East Tennessee State University. The talk provided the solution of a conjecture about packing non-layered set partitions. The abstract is below. Abstract-Lippay

    MSUM garners 11th Goldwater award in 13 years

    Biology Student Among 283 in Nation Awarded Goldwater Scholarship MSUM senior Evangeline Holley was among 283 students from across the nation selected to receive a $7,500 award from the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation. Holley is a biology major with an emphasis in ecology and evolutionary biology. She is the daughter [...]

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