AVALIABLE RESOURCES

  • Established State-of-the-Art Smart Classroom in George Washington Carver Science Center, the University’s home for the STEM disciplines.
  • The University has recently invested nearly $200,000 in equipment and software to connect its library to the Keystone Library Network (KLN).
  • The NSF-BEAMS Resource Center in George Washington Carver Science Center, room 247, houses sixteen computers equipped with science and mathematics software to aid students learning and preparedness.  The resource center is also used by upper level BEAMS students to provide tutorial help to other students in STEM departments.
  • The Academic Skills Center in Vaux Logan Building; provides tutoring for students in all subject areas.  The center uses professional tutors as well as upper level science students for one-on-one tutorial help.
  • Discovery-Based Experiment Lab in George Washington Carver Science Center, which houses six computers for inquiry/discovery-based experiments.

 

Available Scientific Equipment

  • Bruker-Avance IIITM 300 High Performance Digital NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) Spectrometer.
  • Shimadzu-2010EV LCMS (Liquid Chromatograph Mass Spectrometer) with Advanced Data Station.
  • Shimadzu-QP-2010S GCMS (Gas Chromatograph Mass Spectrometer) with Advanced Data Station.
  • Shimadzu-Spectrofluorophotometer, RF 5301 with Advanced Data Station.
  • CEM-Discover LabMate with Intellivent Technology, 120 V
  • Shimadzu-AA-6300 Flame Atomic Absorption Instrument with Graphite Furnace, GFA-EX7i and Standard Data Station.
  • Advanced Instrument-Model 3320 Osmometer.
  • Shimadzu-Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrophotometer 8400S with Standard Data Station.
  • Shimadzu-Ultra-Violet Visible Spectrophotometer 2401 PC with Standard Data Station.