College of Sciences

College of Sciences Mission Statement

"To provide students with a rigorous, broad foundation in the sciences, teach them to question critically, communicate effectively, think globally and live ethically."
Findlay Davis Street Building
Findlay Davis Street Building
Findlay’s College of Science is housed in the 30, 000 square foot Davis Street
  • Eight cutting-edge laboratories
  • Geothermal heating and cooling system
  • Fume hoods that sense human movement and the presence of chemicals
  • A system of piping to control rainwater runoff from the building
Environment, Health, Safety, and Sustainability Major Offered at Findlay

Environment, Health, Safety, and Sustainability Major Offered at Findlay

Reflecting a commitment to preparing professionals for the environment, health and safety (EHS) industry and a shift in focus to sustainability practices, the University of Findlay is changing the name of the Environmental, Safety and Occupational Health (ESOH) bachelor’s degree […]

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Graduating UF Senior Receives Military Commission

Graduating UF Senior Receives Military Commission

Kathryn Kelly, who graduated on Saturday from the University of Findlay, was recently commissioned into the U.S. Army Reserves Medical Service Corps, where she will be training to become a veterinarian. Kelly, who is from McDonald, Pennsylvania, graduated from UF […]

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The Research Continues: UF Professor and Senior Student Work on Exciting Tech

The Research Continues: UF Professor and Senior Student Work on Exciting Tech

This is the seventh in a series of stories delving into the various research that College of Science faculty members at the University of Findlay are working on. In an effort to show readers, in part, what UF offers its […]

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