Engineering and natural sciences are ultimately based on laws of nature which are traditionally formulated in terms of mathematical equations. The exactness and accuracy of corresponding methods and models in the engineering and natural sciences are both fascinating and rewarding, and have stimulated the creation of the technological world in which we live. However, the […]
Siegen’s School of Life Sciences was recently established as a new research hub for digital healthcare. The school is linked to strategic partners such as Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, as well as medical schools, hospitals and practices in the bordering region. This workshop will highlight our main research areas, linking disciplines and […]
Did they or didn't they? Using Paleoecology to identify the human role in ecosystem development. Rachel Jones, professor of environmental science and biology from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, will speak about using ancient environmental discoveries to determine the role humans played in the development of those ecosystems. This presentation is free […]
Come and learn about alternative careers you could explore in health care, network with pre-health organizations on campus and learn more about the application timeline for medical school! This event is a collaboration between the Society for Women Minorities in Medicine (SWMM), MEDx and AED (Alpha Epsilon Delta). Lunch will be provided.
Join the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities in welcoming Steven Thrasher, Ph.D., author of award-winning book The Viral Underclass. Using the HIV/AIDs, COVID-19 and monkeypox epidemics, Thrasher will explain how pandemics are not driven by biology alone. Drawing upon a decade of research as a journalist and public health scholar, he will explain how avoiding […]
TU students, faculty, and staff are invited to a biological science lecture titled "Mycoviruses and their importance in fungal pathogenesis using the causative agents of canola blackleg and human aspergillosis as examples." Presented by guest speaker Ioly Kotta-Loizou, faculty of natural sciences at Imperial College London.
TU students and faculty join the Honors Program for a lecture by Mario DeCaro, professor of Moral Philosophy at Università Rome Tre. Since the year 2000, he has also been teaching at Tufts University, where he is regularly a visiting professor. He received his first degree and his Ph.D. in philosophy at University of Rome […]
Students will be tasked to build the strongest bridge they can with using materials provided (foam legos, plastic straws, popsicle sticks, etc). The catch is, within their team, they will only build the left or right half and NOT be able to see what the other side is doing. There will be a winning team […]