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Information for Graduate Students

Inspired to Innovate

The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics is a dynamic and vibrant community of researchers, educators, and students working together to drive bold discoveries. Our faculty brings in $30 million dollars in competitive research funding each year, and NSM graduate students are a critical piece of our research program.

We are home to six departments, 210 faculty, nearly 4,000 undergraduate majors and 975 master’s and doctoral students.

By building world-class research programs and fostering a culture of collaboration, NSM provides a nurturing environment for students and faculty seeking to develop new knowledge as well as practical solutions to global challenges.


Bold Students, Bold Research

Testing Epilepsy Treatments in Lab

Testing Epilepsy Treatments in Lab
Testing a heart medication for use in Dravet Syndrome patients...

Award-Winning Student Research Posters at AAPG

Hanah Na: On Path to Becoming Independent Researcher
Research focuses on synthesizing and modifying light-emitting materials...

The Blood-Brain Barrier: Controlling Behavior

The Blood-Brain Barrier: Controlling Behavior
Graduate student Cameron Love studying role of dopamine receptors...


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