The faculty are committed to student success in the classroom and in the job market. They are active in undergraduate research training and host many enriching College of Science and Technology events for the departments and the region throughout the year.
The Student Transfer Fair 2013 will start from Feb 26. The detailed schedule is attached in the file Transfer Fair 2013
The College of Science and Technology Service and Outreach club will meet on Sunday 7:00 AM at the Panther baseball field on University. The club will be picking up university drive. Please come out if you have some time.
Breakthrough to nursing by the Students Nurses’ Association.
Annually in April, local girl scouts come and learn about nursing science or become CPR Certified, earn a patch – Friends and Family from the American Heart Association are welcome. We would love for other girl groups to come. SAU Magnolia, Wharton Nursing Building, Time: 8am-1pm, Registration begins at 8:00 am.
The College of Science & Technology hosts Dr. David Gross, 2004 Nobel Laureate in Physics, who will deliver the keynote address for the 96th annual meeting of the Arkansas Academy of Science. Dr. Gross’ address, entitled “The Frontiers of Physics,”. It is free-of-charge and open to the general public at 6:00 PM, Friday, April 13, 2012, in the Grand Hall of the Donald W. Reynolds Campus and Community Center on the Campus of Southern Arkansas University, Magnolia.
Southwest Arkansas Regional Science Fair
College of Science & Technology
Organizer: Dr. Scott White
Phone 870 235 4278
Agriculture Department will host the many other career development events. Livestock judging, land judging, farm management, agronomy, floriculture, forestry, poultry judging, milk products, nursery landscape, this will be the big day. These events will start with all participants at the Watson Gymnasium. From there they will be dispersed to their respective contest sites. At noon, most of them will be finished and at the Agriculture building to speak with faculty.
The College of Science and Technology Beautification group cleaned up university street. Please contact Dr. McKay if you are interested in the group or have suggestions.
Agriculture Building Ground Breaking
Mathematics Regional Mathematics Contest.
Wilson Hall 9-12 Southern Arkansas University will host the Arkansas Council of Teachers of Mathematics regional mathematics contest on Saturday, March 3, and area students are invited to participate. The event begins at 8 a.m. in Foundation Hall of the Donald W. Reynolds Campus and Community Center. Competitions will be in six areas: Algebra I, geometry, Algebra II, trigonometry/pre-calculus, calculus and statistics. To be eligible to participate in any competition, a student must be enrolled in a course or have completed a course during the current school year, described by the title of the area test. For more information on competing in the ACTM Regional Math Contest at SAU, contact Debe Kincaid at (870) 235-4293 or email@example.com or Sandra Dowling at (870) 235-4292 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 2nd we will have the first career development contest. Agriculture Mechanics at Childs Hall at ten. Electricity will be held in the Rider rink at ten. Horse judging will be held at the stables at ten. The leadership contest (speaking, prepared speaking, parliamentary procedures, opening and closing, creed speaking) will be held in Reynolds starting at one.
The Magnolia Ministers sponsors a city wide clean up. The goal will be to beautify Magnolia with the one day of work. Students and Faculty from across the College of Science and Technology field clean-up crews. Please contact Ms. Sarajane Telford email@example.com for more information.
The SAU Community Garden has the potential to provide a strong collaborative outreach service within our campus community and the community. We are making a commitment, along with our faculty, students and staff to develop a community garden which is planted, maintained and harvested for the purpose of supporting the Magnolia Stewpot and the Magnolia Homeless Shelter. The community garden is led by the Agriculture department. Please contact Dr. Jeff Miller firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Columbia County Angel Tree: The chemistry club, Lambda Alpha Beta (LAB), in conjunction with the Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society, has co-coordinated the Columbia County Angel Tree for the past several years. This program works with the help of Columbia County DHS to ensure that the children in need in the county receive Christmas gifts. The student organizations coordinate the placing of angels on the tree, distribution of angels to sponsors, receipt of gifts from sponsors, and the distribution of the gifts to those families served by the Angel Tree. This is a daunting task for any student groups made all the more special that the students find so much time to donate in the weeks leading not only up to Christmas, but also their own final exams. It has been very rewarding for all involved as we have seen the number of children sponsored on the tree rise from 250 to up over 900 in the past few years. Please contact Dr. Tim Schroeder email@example.com for more information.