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The College of Science and Engineering offers more than 15 degrees and programs of emphasis. Students get hands-on training in the region's newest $17.8 million science facility that offers state-of-the-art instrumentation and equipment, as well as dedicated professors with a passion for their individual fields of expertise and true motivation to help students succeed.

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SAU academic all-star researching DNA in New Zealand

Academically-acclaimed Southern Arkansas University athlete Michelle Beavers competes in cross country, but she is across the globe this summer doing molecular biology research in New Zealand. Beavers is a Chemistry Pre-Health and Biology Pre-Health double […]

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Jade Halliburton’s Agri advocacy gets national recognition

Jade Halliburton of Crossett, Ark., was recently recognized as one of five in the nation for the 2013 Young Agriculture Advocates of the Year list. Halliburton is a junior Agriculture Education major at Southern Arkansas […]

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Three Ark. FFA state officers choose SAU

Three of the busiest college freshmen in Arkansas have two things in common: they hold the three FFA at-large state officer positions and they all chose to become Southern Arkansas University Muleriders. Arkansas FFA (Future […]

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Two freshman female students honored with scholarship from notable SAU science alum

Emily Snyder and Taylor McNeel have been named as the Southern Arkansas University 2013 Hallman Scholars. The Hallman Scholarship provides $10,000 annually for a female student in the SAU College of Science and Technology. With […]

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