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A Planet that looks like "Earth's Cousin"!
Kepler-186f is almost the same size as Earth, and it orbits in its star's "Goldilocks zone"-- where temperatures may be just right for life. But much is unknown because it's also 500 light-years away.
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THIS GUY . . . right?!

Probably the best GIF ever made. #boop  
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Don't forget! Nobel Prize Winner and former US Secretary of Energy, Dr. Steven Chu will be speaking at +Georgia Southern University tonight at 7 pm in the PAC! Dr. Chu will offer insight on our energy future and how advances in science are the key to solving our most confounding global issues in his speech entitled, “Renewing Our Independence Through Renewable Energy: Challenges and Opportunities.” We will see you there!
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Join the +College of Science and Mathematics (GSU)  this Friday, April 18 for the Common Grounds Seminar Series. All students and faculty from all majors and departments across campus are invited to attend! Dr. Ryan Fortenberry (Chemistry) will present. Location and time are included on the announcement below. We will see you there!
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+College of Science and Mathematics (GSU) Undergraduate researcher Ms. Shannon Rhodes disseminated her data on “Assessing an elaborate visual analogy in an undergraduate chemistry course” at the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Commons Conference in Savannah on March 27, 2014. Learn more about Shannon's research under the "Undergrad News" tab at the link provided. Well done Shannon!
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Former +Georgia Southern University MS Biology Student Keith Choe won the University of Florida Teacher of the Year award! Congratulations Keith!
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Don't forget! The Annual Research Symposium is happening today at +Georgia Southern University!   Join us for a showcase of undergraduate, graduate and faculty research. This event includes speakers and poster presentation sessions from all academic disciplines. Faculty are strongly encouraged to allow students to attend and to support those presenting from their college and department. Proof of attendance will be provided.
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Congratulations to the +Georgia Southern University All-Girl Cheerleading team! They brought back a fourth National Title!
This young team featuring 9 freshmen and no seniors was led by Junior, Chloe Cotter (Lawrenceville, GA, Mathematics Major in the +College of Science and Mathematics (GSU) ) and Junior, Emily Harwood (Sugar Hill, GA, Special Education in the College of Education).
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Are you a night owl? Then join the +Georgia Southern University   Planetarium after midnight tonight, April 14 into early Tuesday morning, April 15, 2014 from 1:30 am – 5:30 am for the Total Lunar Eclipse Viewing, along with Saturn and Mars. (Weather Permitting Only)
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Nobel Prize Winner and former US Secretary of Energy, Dr. Steven Chu will be speaking at +Georgia Southern University  tomorrow evening, Tuesday, April 15 at 7 pm in the PAC! Chu will offer insight on our energy future and how advances in science are the key to solving our most confounding global issues in his speech entitled, “Renewing Our Independence Through Renewable Energy: Challenges and Opportunities.” Be sure to get there early for a good seat in the PAC. Overflow will be in the Nessmith-Lane Assembly Hall and you will get to watch the speech via a live stream.
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(912) 478-5111
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(912) 478-0836
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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.