Explore the cultural history of local Native Americans.
Joshua Smith was honored recently as one of Orange County's "fearlessly passionate and dynamically clever" young men and women chosen for the 2014 "40 Under 40" list, published by Orange County Register Metro magazine.
Julie Hofstra, center, a first-generation college student who will fulfill a dream to attend the California Institute of Technology to earn a doctorate, is the recipient of the Alumni Association's 2014 Outstanding Senior Award.
Mathematician Zair Ibragimov is key organizer of the University's first USA-Uzbekistan Conference on Natural Sciences and Mathematics. More than 120 researchers from a dozen countries are attending.
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Biological science students selected as scholars for the new undergraduate research program, known as "BURST," are Nicole Tronske, from left, Alexis Bueno Correa, Thomas Parker, Kimberly Conway and Jessica Malinchak.
Local whiz kids taking part in Cal State Fullerton's Math Circle, organized and conducted by Bogdan Suceavă, professor of mathematics, have their faculty mentors cheering.
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.
Clockwise from top left are some of the animals being studied by CSUF students and faculty members: bison, legless lizard, bottlenose dolphin and oarfish.
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.
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.
The estate of Emeritus Professor Dr. Russell V. Benson and Betty L. Benson endows math scholarships for both undergraduate and graduate students.
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.
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.
A Way of Life in the Canyons
Explore the cultural history of local Native
Physicist Among OC's '40 Under 40' Rising Stars
Joshua Smith was honored recently as one
Chemistry Scholar Recipient of 'Outstanding Senior Award'
Julie Hofstra, center, a first-generation college student
Fostering Global Ties
Mathematician Zair Ibragimov is key organizer of
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New Biology Research Program Launched
Biological science students selected as scholars for
Fullerton Math Circle Standouts 'Above the Curve'
Local whiz kids taking part in Cal
CSUF Scientist Helps Discover 'Whale Graveyard' in Chile
James Parham, center, and colleagues from the
Studying the Creatures Among Us
Clockwise from top left are some of
Campus Leaders Lauded for Supplemental Instruction Success
Mark S. Filowitz and Martin V. Bonsangue
Joy of Eating
Sara E. Johnson and Joel K. Abraham
Benson Family Math Scholarships
The estate of Emeritus Professor Dr. Russell
Sharing STEM Success Strategies
Administrators from CSUF and Santa Ana college
Black Holes and Neutron Stars Help Catch ‘Waves’
Physicists Jocelyn Read and Geoffrey Lovelace have