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Dean's Lecture Series

"Inside the Medical Examiner's Office"

MARC U*STAR Seminar

"Biomaterial systems to evoke cell response and tissue Repair"

Presenter: Dr. Jenni Leach, University of Maryland Baltimore County

MARC U*STAR Seminar

"Effects of Methamphetamine (METH) preconditioning on METH-induced toxicity in the rat brain"

Presented by Dr. Amber Hodges, Morgan State University

Dean's Lecture Seminar

 

Dr. Charles B. Nemeroff, Chairperson, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami (Miami, FL) appears as guest speaker for the Dean's Distinguished Lecturer Series.  This is a two-part event. 

A technical lecture will take place at 11 a.m. in Mishoe Science Center North, Lecture Hall 139. The topic for the 11 a.m. seminar is "Neurobiological Consequences of Child Abuse and Neglect."

3rd Annual Brain Bee Competition

The 3rd Annual Brain Bee will again be hosted by the College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Technology on the Dover campus of Delaware State University. Local high school students will compete in demonstrating their knowledge of the nervous system. This event is scheduled to take place in Lecture Hall 223 of the Mishoe Science Center South Bldg, between 9 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.. Free and open to the public. Come and support our budding neuroscientists!

CMNST Dean's Distinguished Lecturer Series

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Join us for

the 2013-2014 season of

The Dean's Distinguished Lecturer Series!

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About the Lecture Series The Dean's Distinguished Lecturer Series occurs several times throughout the academic year. Featuring foremost speakers and researchers, these talks are sponsored by the Office of the Dean of the College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Technology and are free and open to the public. A more specialized, technical lecture, geared toward science majors, faculty, professionals (and other interested persons) is generally scheduled to take place during the morning hours on the day of the public, evening talk.   Join us.   2013-2014 Calendar Spring 2014: March 20, 2014, 6 p.m.: Ms. Gloria C. Godson, V.P., Federal Regulatory Policy, Pepco Holdings, Inc. (Grossley Hall 112) Topic: "Energy Issues in the News: The Policy, Social and Economic Impacts." 11 a.m. technical lecture, Topic: "Energy, Current Issues and Challenges" (Luna I. Mishoe Science Center S 223). April 10, 2014, 6 p.m.: Dr. Alden Landry, M.D., M.P.H., co-Director of Tour for Diversity; Emergency Medicine Physician, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA (Science Center 139) Topic: "Preparing Students Today for Careers in the Health Professions Tomorrow." (No A.M. Lecture.) May 1, 2014, 6 p.m.: Dr. Hakima Amri, Associate Professor in the Department of Biochemistry, Cellular and Molecular Biology at Georgetown University Medical Center (Bank of America 309) Topic: "Lessons from 1000 year-old Medicine." 11 a.m. technical talk, Topic: "Lessons from 1000-year-old Medicine" (Science Center 139).    Download Spring 2014 flier here Fall 2013:   November 7, 2013, 6 p.m.: Dr. S. James Gates, National Medal of Science awardee, Theoretical Physicist, Univ. of Maryland - College Park (Luna I. Mishoe Science Center S 223) Topic: “Conversing with Dr. S. James Gates, Theoretical Physicist.” 11 a.m. technical lecture, Topic TBA (Luna I. Mishoe Science Center S 223). Downloadable flier. November 14, 2013, 6 p.m.: Dr. Teri Quinn Gray, Delaware State Board of Education, President; Delaware STEM Council President; Research Team Leader, DuPont (Luna I. Mishoe Science Center S 223). Topic: "Imperative and Possibility - STEM Education for the 21st Century."  ​11 a.m. technical lecture guest speaker will be Dr. Sergio C. Nanita, Principal Investigator of DuPont Crop Protection: Topic "Improving mass spectrometry for accurate chemical measurements in physical, environmental and life sciences" (Luna I. Mishoe Science Center South 223).  November 19, 2013, 6 p.m.: Dr. Adrian B. Mims, National Director of The Calculus Project (Luna I. Mishoe Science Center N 139). Topic: "The African American and Latino Scholars' Calculus Project: Creating a Culture of High Academic Achievement in Mathematics." 11 a.m. technical lecture topic will be "The African American and Latino Scholars' Calculus Project: Creating a STEM Pipeline from Middle School to College" (Luna I. Mishoe Science Center N 139).  Download calendar of Fall 2013 DDLS events    Back to the College Home Page  
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SMS-DP

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College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Technology Teaching Assistant Program/Science and Mathematics Skills-Development Program (SMS-DP) A program to increase retention and graduation rates of students in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) disciplines   The Science and Mathematics Skills-Development Program, a program funded by Title III, supports the incorporation of teaching assistants in several of the gatekeeper courses. The aim of the program supports the College's initiative to add 1 - to - 2 hours of student exposure to mathematics and science coursework. The goal of these additional sessions is to enhance students’ understanding of the course materials through an enhancement of their problem-solving skills and scientific reading and writing skills. Offered during the fall and spring semesters, these sessions are offered in small-class settings (averaging about 10 students, with an upper limit of 15 students) and are supervised by qualified instructors who have demonstrated their mastery of the material to be taught. Teaching Assistants (TA) for the SMS-DP program consist of a mix of adjunct professors, graduate students, and/or talented junior and senior undergraduate students. TAs receive compensation, enhanced teaching skills and are afforded opportunities for professional development.  For more information about this program, please contact your department chairperson or department designee, or Ms. Vanessa D. Nesbit.   Back to Support Programs Web Page Back to College Web Page  
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