A study led by former master’s student Morgan Meyers highlights the potential for future ocean conditions to make microscopic algae less nutritious.
The American Astronomical Society’s report was co-authored by Professor of Physics and Astronomy Kim Coble.
Research co-authored by Professor of Biology Kimberly Tanner shows how education specialists are turning science inside out.
The cutting-edge program combines computer science, philosophy and business.
Both students will receive the College of Science & Engineering hood at the ceremony.
CoSE students presented more than 200 projects in the Student Life Events Center on May 3.
The professor of mathematics is the only awardee from a non-Ph.D.-granting institution.