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Science studies ramp up over summer

Monday, June 30, 2014

Waterquality2 (2)Summer is not a time of rest for most faculty members. Instead, it’s often a time for research. Recently, these members from the College of Natural and Applied Sciences received funding to work on their studies:

  • Dr. Bob Pavlowsky, professor of geology, received $7,232 from the City of Springfield for the South Creek 319 pre-monitoring project.
  • Dr. Alan Schick, chemistry department head, received $5,000 from BASF Corp for his study of Soluplus Applications in Topical Gels.
  • Dr. Lynn Robbins, biology faculty, received $16,291 from Sho-Me Power Electric Cooperative for his project, “Presence of Indiana Bats and Northern-Long Eared Bats on a Proposed Transmission Line.”

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College of Natural and Applied Sciences
The College of Natural and Applied Sciences incorporates more than 20 undergraduate and 13 graduate programs along with one cooperative program offered through a partnership with Missouri S&T. The academic departments that make up the college include: biology; chemistry; computer science; engineering; geography, geology and planning; hospitality and restaurant administration; mathematics; and physics, astronomy and materials science. Students have the opportunity for intense hands-on research and internships through a number of outreach and research centers and work alongside faculty who are producing cutting-edge research in their fields.

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