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The Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics offers courses in biology, chemistry, bioinformatics, computer science, earth science, mathematics, pre-engineering, physics and natural sciences that are applicable to the preparation of elementary and secondary school teachers and to many other careers. 

Spring Seminar Series

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Thursday, Jan 24th

12:00pm

SAC 208

Sara Del Valle

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Real-time Heterogeneous Data to Guide Infectious Disease Forecasting Models

Monday, Feb 11th

12:00pm

SAC 115

Eimear Kenny

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Human History and Health Through the Lens of Genetics

Friday, Feb 15

11:10am

MLH 100

Jan Medlock

Oregon State University

Research areas: Mathematical epidemiology and evolution of infectious diseases

Friday, Feb 22

12:00pm

SAC 115

Michael Pfrender

University of Notre Dame

Research areas: Evolutionary and ecological genomics

Friday, Mar 1

12:00pm

SAC 115

Kelley Harris

University of Washington

Rapid evolution of mutational processes in humans, apes, and across the tree of life

Highlighted Degree - Bioinformatics

Bioinformatics is a discipline that applies Computer Science as a tool to solve biological problems.  The Bioinformatics degree will be housed within the Computer Science program.  The degree has been developed in collaboration with the Biology program and includes courses from both the current Computer Science degree and the Biology degree.  Mathematics course work is also heavily represented in the proposed degree, as an understanding of statistics is necessary when working as a bioinformatics scientist.  This is truly a unique and interdisciplinary degree and as such, it will not replace another degree.  This degree is designed as a gateway for our students who will pursue graduate programs (MS and PhD) in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology.  

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Meriwether Lewis Hall, Rm 306 500 8th Avenue Lewiston, ID 83501 Contact Connie Hallen at clhallen@lcsc.edu 208-792-2295

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Beginning Fall 2008, Lane Community College offers a two year Associate's Degree in Dental Hygiene on the campus of Lewis-Clark State College.  Pre-requisite courses are available through LCSC and must be completed by the end of the Spring term during the year of application.  

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The Idaho PTA Consortium Program prepares students for employment as physical therapist assistants (PTA). The PTA functions through the direction of a physical therapist (PT).

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