Colleges and Schools
|Office of the Dean||713-743-2611|
|Department of Biology and Biochemistry||713-743-2626|
|Department of Chemistry||713-743-2701|
|Department of Computer Science||713-743-3350|
|Department of Geosciences||713-743-3399|
|Department of Mathematics||713-743-3500|
|Department of Physics||713-743-3550|
|Health Related Professions||713-743-8987|
|Bachelor in Interdisciplinary Science||713-743-2620|
|Web Address www.nsm.uh.edu/|
Dean: John L. Bear, Ph.D., Texas Tech University
Associate Deans: John T. Hardy, Ph.D., Louisiana State University; Ian Evans, Ph.D., Texas A&M University; Stuart A. Hall, Ph.D., University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne; B. Montgomery Pettitt, Ph.D., University of Houston
Assistant Dean: Laura I. Vailas, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison
Academic Coordinator: Valerie M. Gudell, D.M.A., University of Houston
The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (NSM) is committed to excellence in teaching and research in the natural sciences and mathematics.
Academic departments within the college are: Biology and Biochemistry, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geoscience, and Mathematics and Physics.
Because NSM faculty members are engaged in creation of new knowledge through research, they bring the latest information to their classrooms and teaching laboratories.
Departmental curricula and courses are designed to help students acquire appropriate content knowledge and develop well-honed critical thinking and scientific literacy skills.
NSM graduates are competitive in the job market, and students aspiring to graduate or medical school often have opportunities to participate in research with faculty members.
The college sponsors several academic support programs.
The Scholar Enrichment Program (www.sep.uh.edu) and
The Houston-Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (www.hlsamp.uh.edu)
These programs offer excellence workshops associated with certain core courses in mathematics, chemistry, and physics. Participation in these programs hones problem-solving skills for success in more advanced coursework, and facilitates mentoring relationships.
The Center for Academic Support and Assessment (CASA) provides tutorial services for students in lower level mathematics courses.
Student groups offer opportunities for students with common goals to develop leadership skills, network, and serve the university community. Membership in the following organizations is encouraged for students in good standing who meet eligibility requirement:
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