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Previously unknown mechanism causes increased forest water use, new study says

In a study published in the journal Science Advances, the researchers report the mechanism works this way: Sulfuric and nitric acid fall to the ground when fossil fuels are burned, causing acidification of the soil. When that happens, a significant amount of soil calcium washes out of the soil, and then plants suffer from calcium deficiency. Calcium deficiency causes the plants to intensify their use of water.

Shiaofen Fang will serve as School of Science Interim Dean

IUPUI Chancellor Nasser H. Paydar recently announced an interim dean appointment for the School of Science. Shiaofen Fang, Ph.D., professor and chair of the Department of Computer and Information Science, has been chosen to serve as interim dean of the School of Science effective July 1, 2019.dsc_1850.jpg

  • Career Connection - STEM Career and Internship Fair

  • 2019 Spirit of Philanthropy awardees announced

    More than 30 faculty, staff, alumni and community organizations were announced as recipients of the 2019 IUPUI Spirit of Philanthropy Award. The School of Science honored Bart Ng, Ph.D., with this year's award. Ng is School of Science dean emeritus and M.L. Bittinger Chair Professor Emeritus for the Department of Mathematical Sciences.

    Geology alumnus and researcher presented at the annual Mirsky Lecture

    IUPUI School of Science alumnus and internationally recognized researcher Eric Hiatt, Ph.D., presented at the 7th Annual Drs. Arthur and Patricia Mirsky Lecture. An award-winning professor at the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh, Hiatt presented "Earth's Last Global Ice Age: Biosphere and Geosphere Interactions on an Ice-Covered World" at the April 9 event.hiatt_eric_2012.jpg

  • Representation Theory & Integrable Systems Conference Honoring Dr. Tarasov

  • Innovation Hall, IUPUI's newest classroom building, brings together three STEM powerhouses

    Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie, IUPUI Chancellor Nasser H. Paydar, School of Science Dean Simon Rhodes and other leaders have broken ground on Innovation Hall, IUPUI's newest classroom building that will bring together three IUPUI STEM powerhouses

    Neuroscience student named IUPUI's Most Outstanding Student for 2019

    14 Science students awarded 2019 Plater Medallion

    The William M. Plater Civic Engagement Medallion recognizes graduating students that have demonstrated exceptional dedication to their community while attending IUPUI. Activities typically include volunteerism, political engagement, service learning, and community/social issue advocacy. Often these students demonstrate a personal and intellectual growth along with a positive community impact.

    School of Science recipients for the 2019 Plater Civic Engagement Medallion: please join us in congratulating the recipients for their devotion to civic engagement.

     

    Amy Maidi receives senior academic advisor distinction

    As a constant advocate and supporter for forensic science students, Amy Maidi is a force for student success within the School of Science. In recognition of her achievements and dedication, Maidi has been promoted to senior academic advisor. Maidi has served as an academic advisor for the Forensic and Investigative Sciences program since 2012.

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