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College of Science and Mathematics Ambassadors

Transcript: Events we participate in Baker Center Events Requirements •Be a member of the College of Science and Mathematics majoring in one of the degree programs offered in the departments of Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Kinesiology, Liberal Studies, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics or the School of Education. •Have and maintain at least a 2.50 GPA •Attend 5 meetings per quarter (Odd weeks, from 7:10am-8:00am) •Make a time commitment to Ambassadors by participating in volunteer projects, and assist at College of Science and Mathematics events. “Ambassadors are a group of motivated students dedicated to promoting the College of Science and Mathematics and encouraging strong relationships between the faculty, staff, and students within the college. We pride ourselves on our commitment and support of our college. All of the COSAM Ambassadors are very active within the group, and by maintaining these attributes we intend to sustain efficiency and excellence in all we do.” Who are we? “Ambassadors are the links between COSAM faculty, students and those outside the college. All of the College of Science and Mathematics Ambassadors take part in the organization because we genuinely enjoy working together to make the college a better place for all those involved -- and telling alumni, parents, new students and college supporters about all the good things going on in the college.” VolunteerEvents Applications are due on Wednesday, February, 19th. Applications can be turned in to the Deans Office, Building 25. For more information, please like "COSAM Ambassadors" on Facebook, or email us at: Open House College of Science and Mathematics Ambassadors Open House Parent’s weekend College specific tours Baker center events Volunteering in the Slo and Cal Poly Communtity Applications

AGMUS Institude of Mathematics

Transcript: 2011 Sympsioum- Genomics Participated in two Saturday Academy's Requirements **Responsibility** FULL TRAVEL COSTS!!! United States Saturday Academy From 10th - 12th grade GPA of 3.0 or more Two recommendation letters Authorization of school Authorization of parents Official Transcripts Online Application Mentor Recommendation Essay Photo Abstract Oral Presentation Poster Presentation Awards Best Oral Presentations Best Poster Presentations * If you present at the symposium you will receive Approx. $200 * 2013- Symposium- Nanotechnology Universities AGMUS Pre-College Research Program 2012- Symposium- Nanotechnology Saturday Academy 2012 Symposium- Nanotechnology 2013- Symposium and Internship Next Sabatina: August 24- December 14 8am-12pm Pre-College Program: UMET, Turabo, UPR-Mayagüez, Universidad Politecnica, Inter-Metro, Inter-San German, Inter-Bayamon, Inter-Barranquitas, Arecibo and Arecibo Observatory 16 Saturdays Mentor (College level professors, graduate, and undergraduate) Peers AGMUS Pre-College Research Program September 1, 2008 National Science Foundation (NSF) Pre-College students (High School students) UMET Awarded Fields of Science and Engineering What was my motivation for participating in the program? Development of AGMUS 2013- Kentucky Summer Internship- Information Systems What did I discover in this diverse program? Saturday Academy Start my scientific path in one of the field of science...and investigate! Summer Internships Symposium Research Opportunities 1. Observations 2. Hypothesis 3. Objectives 4. Methodology (Steps) 5. Results 6. Conclusions Scientific Method and Applied Mathematics Morehead State University, Kentucky (Areas: Computer Science and Mathematics) University of Vermont ( Areas: Mathematics and Biology) Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Lawrence, California (Area: Computer Science) Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, California (Area: Computer Science and Engineering) NCAR-UCAR, Boulder, Colorado (Areas: Computer Science, Atmospheric Sciences, Engineering) MIT-Haystack Observatory (Areas: Computer Science, Engineering, Atmospheric Sciences) University of Texas, El Paso (Area: Biology) University of North Carolina, Charlotte (Area: Computer Science, Mathematics, Game Design) Saturday Academy of the Student Research Development Center (SRDC) or "Sabatina" Federal Program meaning it is completely free of charge 2012- Vermont Summer Internship_Biology Requirements Genomics (Biology) Atmospheric Science Computer Science Engineering Bio-Mathematics Physics Nanotechnology (2012)

C-STEM at UNC-Charlotte

Transcript: C-STEM At UNC-Charlotte NC MSEN Pre-College Program "Explore your Opportunities to Challenge and Learn" Engagement in instructional contact in math, science, communications, Participation in a College Day, Career Day, and a number of educational field trips Parents Involved for Excellence or PIE Club MSEN Day Saturday Academy Science Fair Science Olympiad North Carolina Junior Science and Humanities Symposium College Tours STEM Blaster The NOYCE Scholarship provides tuition and expenses up to $12,500 each year up to two years to undergrad students majoring in Science and Math disciplines In exchange for this support, Noyce Scholars agree to work as Learning Coaches in introductory physics or chemistry classes at UNC Charlotte and in a high-need school district upon graduation for the two years they receive the scholarship The students must be able to complete enhanced course work in mathematics and science. The student must have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher and a grade of "B" or higher in math and science courses. The student must be willing to commit to a full year program (Saturday Academy and Summer Scholars). Twelve days during the academic year Hands-on activities in math, science, communications, and awareness Field trips The student must complete the online application at NC-MSEN Pre-College Program Parents In Excellence Club Poster Presentation 2014 MSEN Day Theme Meets periodically at UNCC during Saturday Academy activities Raise funds to support graduating Pre-College Program students. M.E.T.A.S: Mathematics, Education, Technology and Education Broaden the pool of Hispanic students obtaining their high school diplomas Inquiry Learning Robert Noyce Teaching Scholarship North Carolina Science Olympiad (NCSO) MSEN Pre-College Opt ED Participants (Opportunity Through Education) Symposium PIE Club Annual Picnic SPARCS Students Saturday Academy Poster Presentation Summer Scholars MSEN Pre-College Research Interns Program Requirements Interactive Learning Experience The Gateway to STEM Careers Science Fair Hit The Target Launching competition Interactive experiences MSEN Day Regional Science & Engineering Fair Saturday Academy Pre-College Community Service Pre-College Activities and Special events The student must not have a record of disciplinary problems at their school. North Carolina Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (NC JSHS) Science Olympiad

College of Science and Mathematics

Transcript: In 2010, Science and Mathematics separated from the College of Engineering. Student population of : 2,567 Undergraduate Degrees Bachelor of Science in Biology Biology students may elect a curriculum for: Pre-Medical Pre-Dental Pre-Optometry Teaching Certification Minors: Biology Bachelor of Science in Chemistry Chemistry students may elect a curriculum for: Pre-Medical Pre-Dental Pre-Pharmacy Teacher Certification Minors: Chemistry and Biochemistry Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with Concentrations in: Applied Mathematics Pure Mathematics Middle School Mathematics Secondary Mathematics Science and Engineering Statistics Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies in Middle School Mathematics Minors: Mathematics, applied mathematics, mathematics with secondary certification, middle school mathematics, and statistics. Physics and Geology Bachelor of Science in Physics Bachelor of Science in Physical Science with teacher certification Minors: Astronomy, Earth Science, Geology, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Physical Science, and Physics. Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science Minor: Environmental Science (starting Fall 2012) What about Research Opportunities? Biology currently doing research in Integrative and Organismal Biology as well as in Cellular and Molecular Biology Chemistry offers undergraduate research projects to highly motivated chemistry majors interested in conducting individual research under the supervision of a faculty member Physics and Geology Areas include nuclear physics, astrophysics, and self-healing polymers. Mathematics areas include partial differential equations, optimization, and K-12 research Environmental Science Currently working on NSF funded program that studies the Arsenic Uptake of Shoreline Insects of the Laguna Madre. Student Organizations Astronomy Biology Club Elliot Chemical Society Environmental Awareness Geology Club Habitat for Humanity Mexican Americans in Engineering and Science (MAES) Pre-Dental Society Pre-Medical/Bio-Medical Society (PMBMS) Pre-Optometry Society POPS Pre-Vet Society Tri-Beta Wiener Society of Mathematicians Hestec HESTEC Week is a great educational conference that features exciting events geared towards promoting science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education to people of all ages and backgrounds Message from the Dean: “Today, more than ever before, science holds the key to our survival as a planet and our security and prosperity as a nation. It's time we once again put science at the top of our agenda and work to restore America's place as the world leader in science and technology.” – President Barack Obama Presented by: Lizeth Cantu Chemistry UTPA College of Science & Mathematics Mathematics Biology About the College Dean Dr. John Trant, “The College strives to provide its students and faculty an environment of academic freedom that will insure the exchange of ideas and the dissemination of knowledge” Environmental Science

Science And Mathematics

Transcript: Archimedes is considered to be one of the most brilliant mathematicians in history. He figured out many complicated mathematical sums. He probably got his love for math from his father, who was an astronomer. Archimedes invented a miniature planetarium, but his main job was to solve problems for the King of Syracuse, which was a part of Sicily in Italy. Legend has it that the king worried that the royal crown maker might be replacing some of the gold in his crowns with a less valuable material. The king asked Archimedes to find a way to determine if the crowns were 100 percent gold. Archimedes thought of the solution while in his bathtub. He supposedly jumped out of the tub and ran through the streets naked, shouting, “Eureka! Eureka!” Science And Mathematics The Greek interest in science was first seen in the city of Miletus, in Ionia. Here the philosopher Thales got fame by predicting a solar eclipse in 585 BC. None of his work survive, but his reputation among Greeks in the following centuries is that of a man who takes a reasonable or 'scientific' approach to the mysteries of the natural world. This reputation seems to be supported by the achievements of his student Anaximander. He is credited with being the first man to attempt a map of the world, and he offers a bold explanation of the origin of the universe. In Anaximander's theory space results from a struggle between the opposites of heat and cold. In the beginning of time the two begin to separate, resulting in a ball of fire surrounded by mist. The hot ball contracts and hardens, forming a solid sphere at the center of the earth. Chris The Legacy Of Mathematics Accent Greece created the legacy of mathematics and they created the system of mathematics that we learn at school today. They create all the formulas like Pythagorean theorem this is one of the most well know/important formulas. it allows us to see lengths of the sides of a right triangle. Let’s say two friends are meeting at a playground. John is already at the playground but his mate Bob needs to get there taking the shortest path possible. Bob has two ways he can go. He can follow the roads getting to the park - first heading south 3 km, then heading west four Km. The total distance covered following the roads will be 7 km. The other way he can get there is by cutting through some open land and walk directly to the park. If we apply Pythagoras's theorem to calculate the distance you will get: (3)2 + (4)2 = 9 + 16 = C2 √25 = C 5 Miles. = C Leucippus, originally came up with the atomic theory, but it was then adopted by Democritus. The atomic theory stated that the universe is composed of two elements. The atoms and the void in which they exist and move. atoms were miniscule quantities of matter. Democritus hypothesized that atoms cannot be destroyed, differ in size, shape and temperature, are always moving, and are invisible. He believed that there are an infinite number of atoms. This hypothesis was created in 465BC. look at early man and look at us now the mathematical advances brought about by settled agriculture in Mesopotamia and Egypt and the revolutionary developments of ancient Greece and the greek civilization, the story of mathematics is a long and impressive one. find out more here: Who created mathematics Archimedes' Principle Legacy of Science Democritus .

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