Bears, Dean College of Natural Sciences and
From Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary: Natural
Science (n) - any of the sciences (physics, chemistry, or biology)
that deal with matter, energy, and their interrelations and
transformations or with objectively measurable phenomena; &
Mathematics (n) - the science of numbers and their operations,
interrelations, combinations, generalizations, and abstractions
and qf space configurations and their structure, measurement,
The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics consists of the following degree-granting departments: Biochemical
and Biophysical Science, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science,
Geosciences, Mathematics and Physics.
According to the 1993-1995 course curriculum catalog:
The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics endorses and
accepts two primary and coequal goals: 1. To provide a rich
learning environment in which students may pursue programs
of higher education that will advance their career objectives
while at the same time instilling a broad perspective of society,
a sense of values which will foster responsible participation in
civil and public affairs, and the motivation to continue to learn
and grow intellectually throughtout life. 2. To strive for
exellence in the creation of new knowledge through the quality
of its faculty and their creativity in research and scholarly
activities, and through the quality of its academic programs,
which integrate the knowledge of mankind into productive use
LEFT: Christina Bui working on her chemistry project in Chem-Lab. TOP-
Bailey Phung takes advantage of the quiet while working lat e at night. Kit'11 '
Uon Henley, working on preparations at Bering's.
From Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary:
Management (n) - the conducting or supervising
something (as a business), Hotel (n) - an establishment that provides lodging and uses, meals, entertainment, and various personal services for the public,
Restaurant (n) - a public eating place.
According to the 1993-1995 course curriculum catalog: The Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and
Restaurant Management was established to meet the
demand for professional education in the increasingly
complex hospitality industry. To satisfy this demand,
the college prepares students for effective and profitable management roles in their chosen careers and
offers a cultural experience that will aid them in taking
their places as productive members of society... Hotel
and restaurant management requires a diversity of
skills from many disciplines, including accounting,
computer science, economics, law, mathematics, and
psychology. For this reason, the college emphasizes
broad information skills, flexibility in abstract problem solving, and in-depth studies of specific disciplines.
The college is located in the $22.6 million
Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant
Management complex. It is considered to be the finest
training facility in the world for hotel and restaurant
management , offering students the most sophisticated equipment available.
Alan T Stutts, Dean Hilton College of Hotel and