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Dr. Greta Ann Herin describes lung respiration capacities

Science, technology, engineering and math students get boost from summer session

HARRISONBURG, VA. – The feeding patterns of indigenous clams, human respiration, measurements and robotics were just some of the topics covered during the 2011 Summer Bridge Program at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU). “We try to expose students to the core majors we provide and let them experience what each has to offer,” said Roman Miller, PhD, EMU professor of biol ...More

Math Modeling Team

Students Fare Well in Math Contest

A three-member team of Eastern Mennonite University students who spent a grueling weekend working on a “math modeling” problem was rewarded with a “meritorious” rating in an international contest. The paper submitted by EMU sophomores Jonathan Nagy, Lancaster, Pa.; Aaron Springer, Minier, Ill.; and Amber Warren, Amelia, Va., placed in the top 15 percent of solutio ...More

EMU science campaign members at Harvard

Harvard Hosts EMU Funding Strategy Meetings for New Science Facility

BOSTON — Harvard Medical School provided the backdrop for a historic gathering intended to generate lead funding strategies for Eastern Mennonite University’s $30 million capital campaign to create new science labs and to renovate the existing Suter Science Center. Some 35 science commissioners, ...More

EMU Biology Professor Douglas Graber-Neufeld during a science class.

STEM Majors To Present Research During Dec. 10 Suter Science Seminar

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) majors are an active community of learners on our campus. Seen a student in a Royals blue STEM sweatshirt lately? Ask what he or she is working on – you’ll be surprised by the meaningful and high-tech research STEM students are completing side-by-side with profs who are experts in their fields. Come hear these STE ...More

EMU to Benefit from Science Foundation Grant

Four area colleges, including EMU, have received a partnership grant of nearly $1.5 million from the National Science Foundation to help boost enrollment among science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) majors. The NSF money will be used to run a summer “get ahead” type program for students who are interested in STEM majors and who need some extra preparation t ...More

EMU Student Wins Oratorical Contest

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