College of Science, Technology, and Health


Hypothetical matrix

Dr. Lisa Moore publishes new tool for microbial bioinformatics

Dr. Lisa Moore coauthored work on a tool developed to pull descriptive information about microbial traits from the literature, generating a matrix to study evolutionary relationships. USM undergraduates enrolled in microbiology courses contributed to the project.

Mechanical Engineering program receives ABET accreditation

Mechanical Engineering program receives ABET accreditation

Kristen Krumhardt: 'No ocean, no us'

USM Alumna Kristen Krumhardt

Science Bowl

Check out some pictures from the Science Bowl!

New Engineer-In-Residence with IDEXX!

The Department of Engineering is happy to announce their new Engineer-In-Residence with a team member from IDEXX Laboratories!

New Physics Learning Assistant Program

Stop by Room 250 in the Science Building where you can find the Learning Assistants either doing their own homework or helping students. The space allows for great productivity and flow of information, not to mention free coffee!

New Minor in Psychology Approved!

The Psychology Department is now offering a 21 credit minor in psychology.

Exercise Science Program Achieves 10 Year Continued Accreditation

This September, the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs voted to award the Department of Exercise, Health, and Sport Sciences’ Exercise Science program continued accreditation for the next 10 years.

Cyber Security Class and Lab featured on CBS National News

See the interview with Professor Largay and students Tatiana Romanchishina and Joseph Cronyn.

New CSTH Dean effective July 1, 2014

Dr. James E. Graves, the new Dean of CSTH, has served as Dean and Professor at the University of Utah’s College of Health and Department of Exercise and Sport Science. His research interests include exercise and aging, musculoskeletal physiology, prevention and rehabilitation of orthopedic injuries, and the use of computer applications and data analysis in biomedical research.