Mathematics and Natural Sciences

Mesa College Research Conference (MCRC)
All Mesa College students are invited to present their research and have it evaluated by experienced professionals, AND have a chance for their poster presentation to be featured at the
First Annual Mesa College Research Conference, which will be held May 8, 2015.
Call for Presentation Proposals!
Open to ALL students, in ALL disciplines, the conference is organized by the Mesa College Mathematics and Natural Sciences faculty and administration with help from the Honors Program and the Languages and Behavioral Sciences departments.
Act quickly, as the deadline for applications is March 26!

Important Dates, Information and Links

1. SUMBIT -- Mesa students with original descriptive, analytical or experimental research must submit an abstract no longer than 250 words by March 26. Please link to and read the following documents: March 26 Applications due | Presentation Guidelines
2. GET READY -- Once you receive word (on April 15, 2015) that your abstract was accepted, students begin working independently and with their mentors to create academic posters for their research presentations. Don't worry if you don't have a mentor, we will find one for you! And we'll offer help on your poster presentations!
3. ATTEND -- Plan to participate in one of two sessions of the MCRC on Friday, May 8 in the M+S GeoGarden. Session 1: 9 to 11 a.m. or Session 2: 1 to 3 p.m.



Welcome to the School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

Welcome to the web site of the School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. We offer an outstanding array of mathematics and science programs.

Our primary emphasis is to prepare students for successful transfer to university programs, as well as those who seek to enhance their career opportunities at the Associate Degree level. Our School is comprised of the departments of Accelerated College Program, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physical Sciences.

Our expert faculty members are not only highly qualified within their disciplines, but are also student-centered. Learning and success of every student is our primary objective. This is accomplished every day with our professors working closely with and mentoring students, providing individualized attention and creating optimum learning environments. As a large academic school, we are proud of our student-centered approach in all we do and particularly within our classrooms. Please take time to browse through our various departmental pages. I encourage you to use the email links on various pages to communicate with our faculty and staff.

Saeid Y. Eidgahy, Ph.D., Dean

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