January 6, 2020: Inquisitive nature serves December graduate well as he prepares to launch career in biotechnology

October 21, 2019: Biochemistry and biotechnology major Sharla Friend spends semester of discovery at sea

October 9, 2019: Congratulations to Mariah Swodoba on her Meehan Scholarship

April 30, 2019

Recent award winners

Congratulations to all of our recent award winners!

Helena Spikes, MS student, 2nd prize at the Graduate Research Fair (Dupureur lab):  Fluorescent Analysis of Metallofluorenes in Biological Systems

Christina Sinobas Pereira, undergraduate, Best poster award at the Undergraduate Research Symposium (Nichols lab) : Perception, characterization, and application of a biotinylated Alzheimer’s-specific affinity-purified antibody. 

Kristin Briggs (Zolman lab) and Shayna Palmer Mueller (Olivas lab) were awarded $1000 grants from the College of Arts & Sciences to support their research this semester. 

And a round of applause for all of the students who participated in the research fairs to show off their work from this year!  

Graduate Research Fair gives students an opportunity to show off their work

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December 3, 2018: STARS graduates have returned to UMSL to continue their science education

July 30, 2018: UMSL internships help Jennings students get a head start on college

April 2, 2018: Academy of Science of St. Louis set to honor UMSL biochemist with 2018 George Engelmann Interdisciplinary Award

December 11, 2017: Summer science experience in high school inspires 2 students now in UMSL’s freshman class | UMSL Daily

October 9, 2017: Seeing a brother through treatment, hospital volunteering and vascular research make up the Saffafs’ pre-med experience | UMSL Daily

June 4, 2017: Football, paramedic career, UMSL chemistry lead Chris Tipton to med school | UMSL Daily

May 7, 2017: First-generation college grad from Bosnia off to physician assistant school | UMSL Daily

May 3, 2017: Biochemistry grad Victoria Rogers tackles Alzheimer’s, childhood beliefs, 5 grad school acceptances | UMSL Daily