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College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Events Calendar for Cal State Fullerton

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  1. TechDay: Data to Decisions (4/19/2017)
    Join us for a series of presentations, demonstrations, and rich interactive sessions on data analytics and accessibility at TechDay hosted by the Division of Information Technology.
  2. 8th Annual CSUF Geological Science Research Day - Call for Abstracts (4/21/2017)
    Students and Faculty - it is that time again to announce our 8th Annual CSUF Geological Science Research Day. Wednesday April 26th 2017 3-6pm at the Fullerton Arboretum Call for Abstracts Abstracts are due Friday April 21st. Submit abstracts electronically to Richard Laton (wlaton@fullerton.edu). Late abstracts will not be included in the printed abstract volume, so please submit this on time! For directions on how and what to submit please review the attached document. This document also includes directions for your posters. Please read carefully! Submission Categories Undergraduate Proposal Appropriate for students engaged in their 1st or 2nd unit of GEOL 498 depending on their progress. Presentations should summarize their thesis proposal, with emphasis on rationale, hypothesis or research question, and the proposed methodology. Undergraduate Thesis Appropriate for students engaged in their 2nd or 3rd unit of GEOL 498 depending on their progress. Presentations should emphasis the rationale of study, hypothesis or research question, utilized methodology, results, and a discussion of conclusions. Graduate Proposal Appropriate for graduate students engaged in research at the proposal stage. Presentations should summarize their proposal, with emphasis on rationale, hypothesis or research question, and the proposed methodology. Graduate Thesis Appropriate for graduate students engaged in research at the results stage. Presentations should emphasis the rationale of study, hypothesis or research question, utilized methodology, results, and a discussion of conclusions – even if only preliminary. Questions? Contact W. Richard Laton (wlaton@fullerton.edu)