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The College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Technology is home to five academic departments, and two ROTC programs (Army and Air Force).

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<p>DSU senior Robert Morris has been selected to receive a coveted $10,000 Google Scholarship in support of his pursuit of a BS in Computer Science</p>
Computer Science Senior Awarded Google Scholarship

Robert Morris receives a $10,000 Google Scholarship

<p>The  2017 DSU Faculty Excellence Awardees: (l-r) Dr. Murali Temburni (Teaching), Dr. Hacene Boukari (Service), DSU President Harry L. Williams, Dr. Mazin Shahin (Advising), and Dr. Renu Tripathi (Research).</p>
2017 DSU Faculty Excellence Awardees Announced

2017 Faculty Excellence Awardees announced

<p>Dr. Vincent Fondong, professor of biological sciences, successfully wrote the grant which will be used to help nontraditional students in the STEM disciplines</p>
DSU Awarded Five-Year $1M Grant for DSU-PEA Initiative

A $1M grant will help nontraditional students in the sciences.

<p>Dr. Melissa Harrington and Hwan Kim are the co-principal investigators who successfully obtained the five-year grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences.</p>
DSU Receives $1.85M Grant for Graduate Biology Program

New grant will help DSU increase diversity in biomedical sciences.

2017 December Commencement

After many years of hard work, it is time for graduation!  As we plan for your graduation, we will post information here. 

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13%
STEM-Related Job Growth
500
Students Majoring in the CMNST
1-in-10
Jobs in the U.S. is STEM-Related

Changing Lives Through Research in Neuroscience

Research in Neuroscience

Areas of neuroscience research at DSU include investigating the molecular and cellular causes of Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and spinal muscular atrophy.

Pursuing Responsible Solutions Through Sustainable Chemistry

Sustainable Chemistry

Advancing research in the area of renewable energy via the development of materials is made possible by advances in nanotechnology.

PhD at 22 Years Old

Dr. Jalaal Hayes

DSU and the Department of Chemistry made history in the fall of 2015 by awarding Dr. Jalaal Hayes his PhD in Applied Chemistry. Dr. Hayes was 22 years old and the youngest student to receive a terminal degree from DSU.

Research & Capabilities

Research projects within CMNST include multidisciplinary projects and centers in the areas of biomedicine, neuroscience, computer and informational sciences, renewable energy, laser optics, laser-based technologies, biophysics and more.

Biomedical Research

Biomedical Research

Biomedical research at DSU, a collaborative and interdisciplinary endeavor, is primarily at the molecular, cellular and biochemical level and is focused on neuroscience, cancer biology and virology, biomedical imaging, and bioinformatics and computational biology.

Computational Intelligence and Applications in Mathematics

Computational Intelligence is a growing field of interest at DSU. Recent work involves the development and analysis of algorit

Computational Intelligence is a growing field of interest at DSU. Recent work involves the development and analysis of algorithms, computational geometry, medical images, machine intelligence and video surveillance.

Material Science and Renewable Energy

Material Science and Renewable Energy

When molecular engineering and clever processing are synergistically coupled, it allows the chemist to tailor complex hybrid systems that intersect the fields of materials chemistry and renewable energy.

Optical Science Center for Applied Research (OSCAR)

Optical Science Center for Applied Research (OSCAR)

The main goal of OSCAR is to promote multidisciplinary research and education in optics and related fields of physics, chemistry, engineering, computer science, mathematics and biology.

Research Funding and Collaborations

Faculty in CMNST have obtained research and educational funding through various agencies to support research projects and programs, establish centers and support student training. Developing partnerships with private and corporate sponsors, educational institutions, and federal and state agencies is central in establishing viable research programs.

Student Opportunities & Scholarships

Funding your college education and emerging from the college experience fully prepared for the 21st-century STEM workplace is one of the most difficult challenges you will face. There are many decisions to make that will potentially impact your future, in a short amount of time.

You already know that getting good grades is important, but what else does it take to be competitive in the current economic climate? What more should you be doing to better position yourself to further your education? What should you be doing to develop professionally in your field? What scholarships, awards and internships should you actively pursue?

At Delaware State University, your advisor, along with the faculty and staff of the CMNST, are part of a team that is ready and willing to advise and help guide you in what the best possible path is for you.

Our College offers information on several support programs for students of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).

Applied Mathematics Research Center

The Applied Mathematics Research Center (AMRC) was created as a research environment where multidisciplinary groups come together to solve applied mathematics problems in the military and other areas.

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Optical Science Center for Applied Research (OSCAR)

Optical science is the main goal research focus of OSCAR because it is interdisciplinary, enables faculty members from different departments to collaborate, and as a result of the growing use of lasers across the board in research.

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Center for Research and Education in Optical Sciences and Applications

The Center for Research and Education in Optical Sciences and Applications (CREOSA), in collaboration with the OSCAR program, promotes multidisciplinary research and education, enhances the research capabilities of DSU by engaging faculty, provides a rich intellectual environment for collaborative research among faculty and students, and develops research and educational collaborations with a larger community of local industry and other universities.

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Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research

Delaware Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR RII) research asks the question of how we sustain water, energy and natural resources in vulnerable coastal areas.

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Alliance for Minority Participation in the Sciences

The Bridge to the Doctorate: Greater Philadelphia AMP — Alliance for Minority Participation in the Sciences program encourages underrepresented minority students in STEM to continue on that path through financial, academic and professional support.

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Delaware INBRE

The Delaware IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) is a collaborative network of biomedical research within the state of Delaware.

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Title III Revitalizing Education and Excellence in Mathematics and Science (REEMS) Program

The goal of this program is to add extra hours of exposure to mathematics and science into a student’s coursework.

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