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Members of the COSM Advisory Board, Alumni and Friends attended the Atlanta Braves game yesterday against the Cleveland Indians.
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Congratulations to John Schenk, Curator of the +Georgia Southern University Herbarium in the Department of Biology. John received notification that his NSF Biological Research Collections grant, "Making a large impact on a small herbarium: Integration of un-accessioned and orphaned specimens to secure and promote wider use of the collection" has been funded. This is great news for the department and university!
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Thinking about grad school? Choose +Georgia Southern University  and the College of Science and Mathematics! We have several programs of study in Biology, Math & the MS-APS.
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Congratulations Math Professor Dr. Pat Humphrey. She received a plaque for her outstanding work as Faculty Senate Moderator by +Georgia Southern University President Bartels at the Faculty Senate meeting yesterday afternoon.
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The Computational Sciences Research Group will hold a Seminar on Friday, June 3rd at 11 am in MP 1303. The speaker will be Dr. Guang Peng of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Title: Systems biology approaches to understand and target the DNA repair network
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Congratulations +Georgia Southern University Department of Biology's Dr. Denise Carroll! Dr. Carroll has been selected as a 2016 Governor's Teaching Fellow!
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COSM Alumnus Randy Smith ('88) spearheaded a third party solar farm initiative that will break ground on the Darlington School Campus in Rome, Georgia in early July. Randy has taught science at Darlington since 2000. He holds a B.S.Ed. in Math and Science from +Georgia Southern University, as well as an M.Ed. and an Ed.S., both in Math and Science, from Georgia State University. Congratulations Randy! Read more about the project at the link provided!
Ground will break for a new five-acre solar farm on the Darlington campus in early July. The project, developed by Atlanta-based Inman Solar, will provide power to the local grid by way of a 900-kilowatt solar array consisting of 2,813 modules on tilted panels.
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CEMITURE PARTICIPANT: Deanna Lazare
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Congratulations +Georgia Southern University Biology Alumnus G. David Williamson who was recently elected as the Vice President of the American Statistical Association (ASA).
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COSM Undergrads! Checkout this Postdoctoral Fellowship in Cancer Prevention opportunity! Applications are now being accepted!
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Congratulations to Dr. Mark Edwards, Fuller E. Callaway Professor of Physics at +Georgia Southern University. He was selected by the National Science Foundation to participate in the NSF Ideas Lab "Measuring Big G" this July at NIST. Dr. Edwards will be proposing a measurement of Big G (Newton's Universal Gravitational constant) which would be conducted on the International Space Station.
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+Georgia Southern University Department of Biology Alumnus Nick Wiley, who is also the Chair of the COSM Advisory Board, and Dr. Bill Lovejoy, Professor Emeritus of Biology. Nick was one of Dr. Lovejoy's students when he attended Georgia Southern in the 1980's.
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College of Science and Mathematics, Office of the Dean P.O. Box 8044 Statesboro, GA 30460
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The College of Science and Mathematics prepares students in baccalaureate majors and the Master of Science programs. COSM faculty and staff serve undergraduate and graduate students in the departments of:
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Geology
  • Geography
  • Mathematical Sciences
  • Military Science
  • Physics
The College also supports the University's general education program through extensive offerings in the Core Curriculum.