Drury University has a tradition of graduating students in natural sciences, computer science, and mathematics that become leaders in education, research, industry, and healthcare. Faculty actively engage students in relevant and meaningful educational experiences both in the classroom and research laboratory to develop skills that enable graduates to successfully enter doctoral programs and health professional schools as well as secure employment in teaching and industry.
Our faculty are dedicated to helping students:
Discover their path through personal advising and mentoring.
Excel in the classroom, laboratory and workplace.
Inspire others through involvement with the community.
Isabella Melena spent a summer researching the link between adolescent diabetes and future risk for cardiovascular disease.
“I would say the two most important skills that I learned at Drury were how to think critically about a given problem and how to work with others to accomplish a difficult task.”