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About the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics


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Office of the Dean

(713) 743-2611
214 Science and Research 1 Building

Department of Biology and Biochemistry
(713) 743-2666
342 Science and Research 2 Building

Department of Chemistry
(713) 743-2701
112 Lamar J. Fleming, Jr. Building

Department of Computer Science
(713) 743-3350
501 Philip G. Hoffman Hall

Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
(713) 743-3399
312 Science and Research 1 Building

Department of Mathematics
(713) 743-3500
651 Philip G. Hoffman Hall

Department of Physics
(713) 743-3550
617 Science and Research 1 Building

 

Dean:
Dan Wells, Ph.D., Indiana University

Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies:
Ian Evans, Ph.D., Texas A&M University

Associate Dean for Graduate Studies:
Anne Delcour, Ph.D., Cornell University

Associate Dean for Student Success:
John T. Hardy, Ph.D., Louisiana State University

Program Director for Undergraduate Studies:
Melissa Lowrey, University of Houston - Clear Lake

Program Director for Graduate Studies:
Amanda Paul, Baylor University

Director of Student Success: Kialyn Yendel, University of Texas at Austin

 

General Information

The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics seeks to provide a rich learning environment in which students can pursue programs of higher education that will advance their chosen career objectives and motivate them to continue to learn and grow intellectually throughout their lives. Through the quality and creativity of its faculty and academic programs, the college seeks to equip students with the wisdom to put their knowledge to productive use for the benefit of society.

Graduate programs in the college seek to produce scientists of disciplined intelligence, dedicated not only to the discovery of new truths and scientific possibilities, but also to the interpretation of the principles and discoveries of past achievements through research and experimentation. The college recognizes the importance of both past and future discoveries through a program of study that embraces many disciplines.