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Center for Bright Beams

Center for Bright Beams

How do we collect information about the world around us? How do we organize it in a way that makes sense so we can improve society? Can we make improvements in science that will help  other scientists in their work? These are the questions that physics professor Dr....
Student Highlights

Student Highlights

Students in the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences are achieving great things every day. Here are some CPMS students who are working hard in their respective departments. Gabriel Valdivia-Berroeta I Chemistry and Biochemistry Gabriel Valdivia-Berroeta just...
Finding the MOST Teachable Moments

Finding the MOST Teachable Moments

Imagine yourself sitting in your high school math class. As your teacher is speaking, another student raises his hand to ask a question, and he and your teacher start having their own back-and-forth dialogue about an equation that has been written on the board. Lost...
Letter From Dean Gus Hart

Letter From Dean Gus Hart

Dear students, alumni, and faculty: In the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, we strive to answer questions in a variety of ways: We measure the behavior of substances in a lab; we experiment with data sets and theorems in computer programs; we venture out...
Increasing the Odds: A Risk Manager’s Guide to a Faith Journey

Increasing the Odds: A Risk Manager’s Guide to a Faith Journey

The College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences awarded Jonathan Blake with the 2019 Alumni Achievement Award. In his awardee lecture to students and faculty during Homecoming week, entitled “A Risk Manager’s Guide to a Faith Journey,” Blake blended his expertise in...