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Mar 18, 2017
For the not so many people who have consumed them, Psoralea esculenta, or prairie turnips, are not considered to be the stuff of fine dining.
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Jun 24, 2016
Being a medication historian is more of an art than a science — just ask BCU alum Martin Cortez '12. ...
May 6, 2016
Dog training at a STEM event? At first, it seemed weird to Jennifer Herrera, too. ...
Apr 22, 2016
The first step to preserving and conserving nature is to connect with nature. It’s an ideal that Briar Cliff University biology professor Brian Hazlett espouses with students in many of his courses, most notably his ecology and environmental science classes. ...
Mar 9, 2015
It’s never too soon to start planning your STEM career — and that means choosing the best schools that are focused on preparing you for careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. ...
May 6, 2014
With a $609,250 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), Briar Cliff University will be awarding college scholarships over the next several years to new students majoring in biology, biochemistry, chemistry and environmental science. ...
Mar 15, 2014
"Women can do everything that guys can do," says eighth-grader Alexa Scheitieler. "We're just as important." ...
Jan 1, 2014
“We have some of the most modern science equipment available at any undergraduate program in the nation,” says Dr. Kelly Eder, assistant professor of biology. ...
Nov 17, 2012
Of course, new classrooms are only part of the makeover. Heelan has new heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems. And what used to be the Heelan parking lot is now an 8,150-square foot atrium, complete with a revamped Java City coffee shop – a favorite hangout between classes. ...
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