James Parham, center, and colleagues from the Smithsonian Institution, Universidad de Chile and other institutions have discovered complete skeletons of 6-9 million-year-old whales and other marine animals in Chile.
Sara E. Johnson and Joel K. Abraham are investigators on a recently funded USDA grant that expands the outreach capacity of U-ACRE, an agricultural education, research and outreach project fighting hunger in the community.
Mark S. Filowitz and Martin V. Bonsangue will be recognized by the International Center for Supplemental Instruction and University of Missouri-Kansas City for their SI accomplishments to improve student success.
The estate of Emeritus Professor Dr. Russell V. Benson and Betty L. Benson endows math scholarships for both undergraduate and graduate students.
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Campus and community members are invited to celebrate the contributions made by Charles Darwin during a special program in his honor Monday, Feb. 10.
Biology major David Lin discusses his research during the Recent CSU Biotechnology Symposium. Lin was among four CSUF students who received top honors at the symposium, bring home the Don Eden Graduate Student Research Award.
Cal State Fullerton geologist Matthew Kirby is lead investigator of the National Geographic Channel special, "Sinkholes: Swallowed Alive," scheduled to air Jan. 27 (4 p.m. PST).
Administrators from CSUF and Santa Ana college recently presented information on the value and impact of partnerships between the two institutions. Such a partnership is benefitting students like Shalane Gonzalez and Emmanuel Silva.
Assembly member Diane Harkey and Senator Mimi Walters have sponsored Assembly Resolution No. 752 congratulating Josh's recent achievements and commending him on his exemplary record of professional leadership at CSUF.
Faculty members Mark Ellis, Natalie Tran, Armando M. Martinez-Cruz, and Sam Behseta are leading a National Science Foundation-funded project to increase math and science achievement among bilingual middle school students.
Physicists Jocelyn Read and Geoffrey Lovelace have received more than $250,000 in National Science Foundation funding to support their efforts in the detection of gravitational waves.
Clockwise from top left are some of the animals being studied by CSUF students and faculty members: bison, legless lizard, bottlenose dolphin and oarfish.
CSUF Scientist Helps Discover 'Whale Graveyard' in Chile
James Parham, center, and colleagues from the
Joy of Eating
Sara E. Johnson and Joel K. Abraham
Campus Leaders Lauded for Supplemental Instruction Success
Mark S. Filowitz and Martin V. Bonsangue
Benson Family Math Scholarships
The estate of Emeritus Professor Dr. Russell
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Cooper Center Celebrates Darwin's 205th Birthday
Campus and community members are invited to
Titans Shine at Statewide Biotech Symposium
Biology major David Lin discusses his research
Matthew Kirby on National Geographic Channel
Cal State Fullerton geologist Matthew Kirby is
Sharing STEM Success Strategies
Administrators from CSUF and Santa Ana college
Dean Bob Koch presents Josh Smith with State Assembly recognition plaque
Assembly member Diane Harkey and Senator Mimi
Learning Math and Science Bilingually
Faculty members Mark Ellis, Natalie Tran, Armando
Black Holes and Neutron Stars Help Catch ‘Waves’
Physicists Jocelyn Read and Geoffrey Lovelace have
Studying the Creatures Among Us
Clockwise from top left are some of