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Natural Sciences facilities are located on the first, third, and fourth floors of Massie Hall. In the east wing of the 1st floor, the plant biology lab opens onto the beautiful Waller Conservatory.
In 1998, SSU was selected as a seismic station for the Division of Geological Survey of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. The seismometer is housed in the geology laboratory, first floor Massie Hall.
Dr. Jeff Bauer, Alfonso Nunez (B.S. Natural Science 1998) and Chad Book (B.S. Natural Science 1999) study maps in the geology lab.
As a result of the extensive renovation of Massie Hall in the mid-1990's, the chemistry labs are modern and attractive facilities.
CHEM 143 students at work in one of the chemistry labs, third floor Massie Hall.
Dr. Robert Mauldin giving Kay Keller (B.S. Chemistry 1998) and Kari Koehn (B.S. Chemistry 1999) a few pointers on the supercritical fluid extractor in a research lab on third floor, Massie Hall.
Dr. Mauldin acquired the SFE through a National Science Foundation grant.
The recent addition of research seminars highlighting undergraduate research is quickly gaining recognition and popularity
BIOL 350 students work on identifying their unknowns in the microbiology lab, third floor Massie Hall.
Microbiology is taken by many biology majors and many Health Sciences majors.
BIOL 405 students study animal behavior, afterwards the animals become a part of the deparment
Lorikeet out for a stroll