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Winter Services and Calendar

Thanksgiving to the Opening of Spring 2021 Semester

Nadia Binte Jamil

Nadia B. Jamil Won TU Delft Best Paper Award 2020

The paper is described as an elegant applicable intervention. An important paper with a strong empirical basis with a conclusion with great value for practice.

Dr. Marc Favata

A roar, a crash and a major scientific tool that was a piece of New Jersey’s roots is gone

Dr. Marc Favata discusses the Arecibo Observatory, a radio telescope in Puerto Rico, that recently collapsed due to damages.

Meiyin Wu collecting data and samples at a nearby lake

Dr. Meiyin Wu Joins Expert Team Within NJDEP

Dr. Wu is a Professor in the Biology department, and is the Director of the New Jersey Center for Water Science and Technology

HawkHack Mini

HawkHack Mini

From 10 am, Saturday, Nov. 21 to 10 am, Sunday, Nov. 22, more than 30 enthusiastic MSU students participated in the HawkHack Mini hackathon.

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Arming Future Data Scientists, Cybersecurity Experts, and Hosting Industry Professionals with Marketable IT Skills

via HostingAdvice, article by Christine Preusler

CSAM Dean, Dr. Lora Billings, CBS2 interview

CSAM Dean Talks with CBS2 about STEM Day

Meteorologist John Elliott visited campus to talk with Dr. Lora Billings about getting kids excited about learning and pursuing science and math

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Why start from scratch when Mother Nature has already gone to work on Liberty State Park interior?

An opinion piece by Frank Gallagher, Claus Holzapfel and Jennifer Krumins published on NJ.com

Private Study Spaces Available in Richardson Hall

One common concern for CSAM students is that they need to take an online synchronous course while on campus for other HawkMix classes/labs. We heard you, and have set aside private spaces for you to participate in online courses.

Dr. David Rotella with research students

Dr. David P. Rotella, Sokol Professor of Chemistry Awarded NIH Funding

He and his collaborators will investigate possible new drug treatments for age-related memory loss.

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University Sees Record-Breaking Year in Grant Funding

Across disciplines, faculty have received more than $22M in grants to further programs and research

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The Urban Heat Island Effect

Dr. Greg Pope, Department Chair, has work on the urban heat island effect referenced in piece regarding increasing temperatures in NJ cities