Hal Marcus College of Science and Engineering
The mission of the Hal Marcus College of Science and Engineering (HMCSE) at the University of West Florida is to provide innovative programs of excellence in education, research, and public and professional service at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. HMCSE promotes the production of highly competitive graduates as judged by the highest academic standards in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
Paid STEM student positions needed for Fall 2019!
The Hal Marcus College of Science and Engineering will be offering STEM coaching and Chemistry Success Recitation in the fall. We are currently hiring upper-division peer coaches and academic leaders to work with lower-division chemistry students.
What is STEM Peer Coaching?
Upper-division STEM coaches provide individualized advice, assistance, and encouragement to help lower-division STEM students navigate success. Coaching works toward objectives and goals with meaningful conversations.
What is a Chem Success Recitation Leader?
Chem Success recitation leaders facilitate discussions for students outside of the lecture period. Leaders will attend the lecture and lead two Chem Success sessions. These Chem Success sessions allow students to ask questions and clarify concepts from the lecture in a smaller, more personal setting.
Questions? Contact us via email!
New State-of-the-Art Facility
The Natural Sciences Lab Annex is currently under construction with an estimated opening date in the Fall of 2019. It will house the teaching facilities for the biology and chemistry programs that includes 12 new high-tech teaching laboratories. The new facility will provide additional space to serve the growing number of STEM students at UWF.
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