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  • CoSM Faculty Spotlight
    McKay receives Distinguished Alumnus Award

    On 10/15/19, Dr. Tanja McKay received the Kansas State Univ, Dept of Entomology Distinguished Alumnus Award. She visited with faculty and students & presented a lecture entitled “Stored-product insects, mosquitoes & heartworms: Unraveling complexities”.

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    COSM News!
    Tunno and Perry Publish Statistical Research

    A paper by Dr. Ferebee Tunno, associate professor of statistics, and graduate student Miranda Perry has been published in Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation.

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    CoSM News!
    Zhou Awarded NIH R15 Research Grant

    Dr. Guolei Zhou, assoc. prof. of cell & cancer biology, has been awarded a 3-year grant from the National Institutes of Health for ongoing research on cellular functions of the cytoskeletal protein CAP1, as well as its roles in breast & pancreatic cancer.

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    Cosm Faculty Spotlight
    Merten Receives National Science Foundation Grant

    Dr. Jonathan Merten, associate professor of chemistry, receives funding by the NSF

  • CoSM Faculty Spotlight
    Congratulations Dr. Sikkel!

    Congratulations to Dr. Paul Sikkel, lead author of publication "Changes in abundance of fish-parasitic gnathiid isopods associated with warm-water bleaching events on the northern Great Barrier Reef" journal 'Coral Reefs'

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    CoSM News!
    ambassadors & 1st yr exper training

    CoSM Ambassadors and 1st Yr Experience students in Cardboard Canoe race during campus wide Tutor/FYE TA training. Back row/left: Taren Thind,Nick Stillwell,Madison Decker,Almetia Cole,Emma Cherry. Seated/left: Makenzie Rone,Kinley Davenport,Sarah Hall.

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    CoSM News!
    NYIT White Coat ceremony

    Arkansas State graduates with the NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine received their medical white coats in a ceremony Friday, 8/9/2019.

  • Team Rice

    Arkansas State researchers and students are part of a major grant project to determine what strains of rice flourish under higher growing temperatures. There is global impact in the test beds just south of Jonesboro.