College of Natural and Health Sciences2
Dean Emmanuel Otu leads a faculty of experienced and knowledgeable scholars who are committed to core Parkside values such as community engagement and inclusiveness, and creating exciting applied research opportunities for students.
Welcome to the College of Natural and Health Sciences
Creation of the college affords a greater opportunity to achieve the campus vision of a dynamic learning community, a premier comprehensive public institution, and a destination of choice serving as a focal point of local, regional and global progress. Wherefore, our mission is commitment to high-quality educational programs, creative and scholarly activities, and services responsive to our diverse student population, and local, national and global communities.
The college is the academic home for students pursuing baccalaureate degrees and/or certificates in applied health sciences, biological sciences, chemistry, environmental studies, exercise science, sport management, geosciences, mathematics, molecular biology and bioinformatics, nursing, physics, psychology, an interdisciplinary minor in environmental studies, pre-health programs, and online degrees in sustainable management and health information management and technology. The college also offers master of science degrees in applied molecular biology and sustainable management.
Faculty in the college are dedicated to the UW-Parkside promise through campus core values of academic excellence and rigor, student success, diversity and inclusiveness, community engagement, and a healthy and vibrant campus climate. One hallmark of the faculty is creating exciting experiential learning (applied research) opportunities for students.
With over 28 majors, minors, concentrations, and certificates, the College of Natural and Health Sciences offers cutting-edge research programs, and provides a foundation for you to take on today's toughest scientific challenges.
NATURAL PRODUCTS LAB
The Natural Products Lab, at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, offers local growers the opportunity to test canna chemical levels at a convenient location in Southeastern Wisconsin.
SC JOHNSON INTEGRATED LAB
JOURNAL OF SCIENCE
A premier undergraduate research journal compiling research being conducted at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. The PJS team of students will publish independently conducted research done by students of UW-Parkside, review current scientific articles, interview faculty members pertaining to their work, and address present issues in the scientific community.
- Modine Science Research Stipends and Lectureships
- Racine Community Foundation Richard S. Johnson II Fellowship
- Thomson Research Fellows
- UW-Parkside Undergraduate Science Fellows funded by the Greater Milwaukee Foundation Enroth Family Fund