Mount student participates in powerhouse panel about women’s colleges, STEM and national defense.
More students should study GIS (geographic information systems) at the Mount, as it's used in many industries
Stacey Peterson, PhD, professor of biological sciences, assigns weekly themes to keep students engaged
Catalina Pereira '13 successfully defended her PhD thesis at Cornell
Alum Karen Compton BS '87 founded an advisory firm for architecture, engineering and construction companies
Seniors polish their teleconferencing skills to give final presentations
Mount students can add co-author to their list of accomplishments in two prestigious journals.
Danielle Batol Steele ’08 works as an information technology project manager at Arizona State University.
The National Institute of Health has awarded MSMU a $400k Grant to Research Chronic Diabetes Progression.
Advocating for self-care, one nurse specialist helps lead a transformation
Spirit of the FoundersSTEMWomen
The story behind the race to start California’s first nursing baccalaureate degree
Welcome to the Mount Makerspace, where students are encouraged to design, experiment, build and invent.
Chemistry professor’s charge to students: Do undergrad research and advocate for your rights.
The Mount is one of the universities picked to host Applied Computing Series courses offered by Google.
Professor envisions machine-learning courses for computer science majors and non-STEM students alike.
Honors biology students analyze campus soil as part of international search for new, effective antibiotics.
STEM scholars share research from highly selective summer research programs.
A cancer survivor, Outstanding Alum Awardee Chamelli Jhappan '79 now helps manage government funding for cancer research.
Mount Saint Mary’s honored for engaging more students in science and research excellence.
University wins $1.3 million STEM-building grant from the National Science Foundation.
Chamelli Jhappan ’79 talks about the need for women in STEM and how the Mount propelled her career.
Numbers and algorithms are beautiful to Gladys Olivares ’17, a math major with a minor in fine art.
From the lab to the field to the water, summertime is research time at the Mount.
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