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Department of Mathematics, Physics, and Statistics
As a USciences student, you’ll take courses in all three fields. Each program combines scientific theory with practical applications: You’ll have the chance to gain valuable hands-on experience with our diverse, student-centered faculty, who conduct a variety of innovative research. Our interdisciplinary environment ensures students graduate with the skills and knowledge to compete at top graduate schools and enjoy successful, rewarding careers.
Exploring these vital disciplines can also complement other USciences programs. Also, a major in neuroscience is offered in partnership with several departments. You’ll leave prepared for a variety of careers and graduate programs in engineering, medical physics, and related areas.
Alumni Relations Launches A Day in the Life: Alumni Speaker Series for Students
September 16, 2019
The Office of Alumni Relations launched its "A Day in the Life Series" - a new program featuring several roundtable discussions for students featuring USciences alumni across different sectors of health, science, and business.
In Italy, USciences Students Experience a Foreign Healthcare System
September 16, 2019
USciences Staff and students visited Italy for this summer's program entitled "The Business of International Healthcare and Its Effects on Patient Access," where they learned about comparative healthcare between Italy and the United States.
USciences Receives Funding to Help Promote Physics Research in High Schools
September 10, 2019
The Department of Mathematics, Physics, and Statistics received a $25,000 grant from the American Institute of Physics that will be used to help further develop a summer camp.
Sabrina Brunozzi Bio'15, MD Found a Passion for Women's Healthcare
August 29, 2019
Dr. Brunozzi graduated in May from Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine with her Doctorate of Medicine. She recently began her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NJ.
Brewing Science Director Cooks up New Textbook
August 13, 2019
Matthew Farber PhD, director of the Brewing Science Certificate Program and assistant professor of biology can now add another title to his name: published textbook author.
Elia Eschenazi, PhD
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