Gus T. Zorn Professorship in Experimental Physics
Exploring the universe and planet Earth. Unraveling the mystery of complex diseases. Securing cyberspace. Students and faculty in the College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences are committed to using science to address some of the world’s most pressing problems. The college’s interdisciplinary research program sparks advances in diverse areas that include quantum computing, global climate change, genomics and precision medicine. Your support can further this innovative research, attract world-class faculty, and provide valuable scholarships, fellowships and awards for students.