Diversity in the College of Natural and Applied Sciences

The College of Natural and Applied Sciences formed the first college diversity committee on the MSU campus. Consisting of faculty, staff and students from all departments in the college, the committee meets regularly, hosts an annual spring picnic and makes recommendations to the dean. The latest recommendation is this website, which includes the posters you see below, prepared by the committee members and posted in the halls of the college. Click the link under Resources for grants and other opportunities.

"One piece of advice that resonates with me," states Dean Jahnke, "is that all university leaders must be diversity officers."

CNAS is committed to recruiting and nurturing future scientists from all walks of life and corners of the globe. Do you share an insatiable hunger for knowledge, a commitment to scientific research and a drive for discovery of the world and beyond? Then follow your passion, find your place, and make your MISSOURI STATEment with us. Read below for a few groundbreaking achievements in society and scientific contributions to humanity.

"Sometimes it is the people no one can imagine anything of who can do the things that no one can imagine." - quote from the 2014 film The Imitation Game, based on the life of Alan Turing.