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At the College of Natural and Health Sciences, students are part of a thriving learning community that spurs local, regional, and global progress. As one of these students, you'll enjoy a unique opportunity to work side-by-side with experienced faculty members on innovative research projects in a number of fields, such as pre-health, environmental studies, exercise science, sport management, mathematics, psychology, and molecular biology.
Wherever you are on your academic or professional path, Natural and Health Sciences is your academic home for the baccalaureate degree or certificate, interdisciplinary minor, or master of science degree you need. And your hard work here is worth it. Our graduates benefit from an 87% placement rate.
The college sponsors many Science Night offerings throughout the year which are open to everyone. Visit the Science Night page to learn more.
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.
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.
Come join some of our region's best and brightest faculty and students. Let us help you prepare for a successful career, fellowship, or graduate-level opportunity in the fields of science, health, and mathematics. Apply today.
Two Dissertations defended in Spain directed by Univerisy of Wisconsin-Parkside Professor
This week two doctoral students, directed by a University of Wisconsin-Parkside's Professor of the Health, Exercise and Sport Management Department, Jose M. Palao, will defend their dissertations in the University of Murcia (Spain).
Doctoral candidate Carlos Echeverria will defend the dissertation titled "Technical-tactical performance indicators in women's volleyball according to the category of competition", which analyzes how the game's demands and normative profiles vary during the different developmental stages in women's volleyball (U-14 to Olympic level).
Doctoral candidate Policarpo Manzanares will defend the dissertation titled "Monitoring technical-tactical and physical specificity in training and competition in peak performance volleyball players", which creates and applies a protocol to monitor and analyze technical-tactical and physical specificity in professional men's volleyball teams.