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CMNST DDLS - Dr. Hakima Amri Public Lecture

From Hippocrates to Avicenna to Biomedicine: Is there a Missing Link?

 

CMNST DDLS - Dr. Hakima Amri

An Evolution-Based Approach to Early Cancer Detection: PHYLOMICS ©

MARC U*STAR Seminar - Dr. Peter Basser

"Probing Brain Microstructure with Diffusion MRI"

Guest lecturer: Peter Basser, Ph.D.

Chief of NICHD's Section on Tissue Biophysics and Biometrics

Science Center N 139

11 a.m. - 12 p.m.

 

This lecture is part of the 2014 MARC U*STAR Program Spring Seminar Series and will take place at 11 a.m. in Science Center N 139.

About the speaker:

DPE Seminar Series - Dr. Barry Walker

"Relativistic effects in ionization of atoms and molecules by an ultraintense laser field."

Guest lecturer: Dr. Barry Walker  

Department of Physics and Astronomy of the University of Delaware

Thursday March 27, 2014

SCS 213

11:00 am

CMNST DDLS - Dr. Alden Landry Lecture

"Preparing Students Today for Careers in Health Professions Tomorrow"

Dr. Alden Landry, M.D., M.P.H.

Luna I. Mishoe SC 139

6 p.m.

CMNST DDLS - Gloria Godson Lecture

"Energy Issues in the News: The Policy, Social and Economic Impacts"

Ms. Gloria C. Godson, VP, Federal Regulatory Policy 

Pepco Holdings, Inc.

TBA

6 p.m.

CMNST DDLS- Gloria Godson Morning Lecture

Energy, Current Issues and Challenges

Ms. Gloria C. Godson, VP, Federal Regulatory Policy 

Pepco Holdings, Inc.

Luna I. Mishoe Science Center South 223

11 a.m.

DE Space Grant Research Symposium 2014

The 8th Annual Delaware Space Grant Research Symposium from 1 - 4 p.m. in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center, 2nd floor, Parlor A on the campus of Delaware State University. See flier.

Student supported by NASA Delaware Space Grant will make research presentations - both oral and poster - on their work.  

For more information contact: Cathy Cathrell // 302-831-1094 or Jacquelyn Jones // 302-857-6650. 

AAC MathStudyHelp

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A solid foundation in mathematics is essential to your continuing success as a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) major. Historically, research has suggested a strong correlation between a student's performance in mathematics, critical thinking/problem solving skills and retention within the STEM major over the course of a college student's undergraduate experience. Math, especially, tends to be a challenging subject area (a gatekeeper course, preventing a student from going forward if it is not successfully passed) so getting help early and as often as necessary is key to your success as a future STEM professional. There are several on-campus resources available that can provide you with in-person, as well as on-line help with learning fundamental concepts. Speak to your academic advisor for assistance in identifying what options may work best for you.   Below is a compilation of websites that can help you with getting a solid understanding of important concepts in Mathematics: Mathematics http://mathworld.wolfram.com/  http://oedb.org/open/subjects/math/   http://www.sosmath.com/calculus/calculus.html   http://mthwww.uwc.edu/wwwmahes/files/math01.htm#ref17   http://mathforum.org/             Back to the AAC  webpage Back to the CMNST home page

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