Sciences & Math at Aquinas College
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Sciences & Math

Our science graduates ask how the world works. Through lab experiences, independent research and one-on-one mentoring from our faculty, graduates will be prepared for a variety of professions from theoretical to applied. Our graduates earn acceptance to medical school nearly 20% more often than the national average. They are also employed at many leading companies in the country, working to tackle challenges and problems facing the 21st century. 

Dean's Welcome

Sister Damien Marie Savino, FSE, Ph.D. I am pleased to welcome you to the Natural Sciences, Nursing and Math Division at Aquinas College. As the new Dean of Science and Sustainability, I look forward to what lies ahead as we embark on a comprehensive capital campaign for a new science building. 

The sciences have a special place at a Catholic liberal arts university like Aquinas, where we are dedicated to the pursuit of truth and the common good.  We also take seriously our responsibility to care for creation and so our campus is a living-learning laboratory of sustainable practices

Whether you are interested in studying Biology, Chemistry, Geography, Environmental Studies, Nursing, Mathematics, or Kinesiology, you have a special place at Aquinas. Through your study of science you can make a difference in the world. 

Sister Damien Marie Savino, FSE, Ph.D.
Dean of Science and Sustainability
dms002@aquinas.edu, (616) 632-2056
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"View looking Southeast" digital picture of design for science building As a part of our commitment to the sciences, Aquinas College has embarked on a campaign that includes a $32 million renovation and expansion of our science facilities. Science expansion will pave the way for new programs, innovative research, and student engagement to prepare scientists, nurses, engineers, and mathematicians who will contribute to the regional STEM workforce, education initiatives and research. >Read More