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Women's Health Research Leads to CSU Award, Graduate School

Biochemistry major Miguel Tellez, who is working on promising research that focuses on a new aspect of copper metabolism in the body, has been accepted into Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Abrupt Sinking of Seal Beach Wetlands: Past Quakes at Fault

A Cal State Fullerton faculty-student study shows evidence of abrupt sinking of the wetlands near Seal Beach caused by ancient earthquakes that shook the area at least three times in the past 2,000 years — and it could happen again,

National Science Foundation Honors CSUF Physicist

Geoffrey Lovelace, assistant professor of physics, joins the NSF CAREER award ranks alongside Josh Smith’s current CAREER award!

Cooper Center Presents Orange County's 'Ancient Wonders'

The Cooper Center's educational family event on Feb. 25 at Ronald W. Caspers Wilderness Park will feature fossils, Native American artifacts, children's crafts and more. Pictured is an ancient whale fossil.

Science Students Win Top Awards at CSU Biotechnology Symposium

Biology graduate student Noopur Dave shares her research on how parasites affect humans at the CSU Biotechnology Symposium. She received the Don Eden Graduate Student Research Award for her outstanding work.

In Memoriam — H. Eric Streitberger, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Dr. Streitberger was the inaugural recipient of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry's Alumni Day Award in 2016.

National Funding for STEM Pilot Program

A recently awarded National Science Foundation grant funds a pilot program to increase opportunities for students to earn degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Methane-Eating Microorganisms: A Solution to Climate Change?

Sean Loyd, assistant professor of geological sciences, works in his campus lab, where he studies how rocks can preserve evidence of ancient microbial communities.

Marie Johnson, dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Dr. Johnson stepped into her new position as dean July 1, following a 21-year teaching career at the United States Military Academy at West Point.

STEM Program Recognized for Student Achievement

The Strengthening Transfer Education & Matriculation in STEM program is one of 12 selected nationally as examples of "cutting-edge best practice."

Outstanding Professor Leads Students to 'Aha Moments' in Math

During the mathematician's Outstanding Professor Lecture, Scott Annin discussed those special times when learning and discovery happen in the classroom or standing on a mountaintop.

Physics Grad Supports Research of the Cosmos

Dan Black '67, center, is funding the creation of the first named directorship of the Gravitational-Wave Physics and Astronomy Center.

CSUF Awarded $3 Million Grant to Train Stem Cell Scientists

The University's Bridges to Stem Cell Research Program is getting a boost in its efforts to train future scientists.

Biologist Receives Systemwide Honor

Amybeth Cohen has been awarded the 2016 Andreoli Faculty Service Award from the California State University Program for Education and Research in Biotechnology.

Biochemist Receives National Honor for Research Discoveries

Maria C. Linder, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, has been named an American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellow for her distinguished research efforts.

Explore the Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary

The CSUF owned and operated facility hosts a Dec. 29-31 open house with activities for all ages.

Campus as Living Lab

To study the effects of the statewide drought and how it affects the plants and shrubs they see every day, students are using the campus grounds as a living laboratory — and learning key lessons about plant physiology and ecology.

Directing CSU Effort to Boost Student Success

Philip Janowicz, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, is the interim director of the California State University Center of Excellence for Supplemental Instruction.

Solving a Mathematical Mystery

Junior Isabel Serrano and mathematics professor Bogdan Suceavă may have solved a mathematical mystery: who discovered curvature, a formula used in multivariable calculus?

Studying Sea Life

Biological science majors spent their summer on the coastline but not working on their tans. They were delving into marine research — exploring the ecological and environmental issues affecting ocean animal and plant life.

A Living Laboratory

Students and Faculty Explore a Changing Landscape at the Desert Studies Center

Project MISS Celebrates Quarter Century of Success

Alumni and supporters joined in a recent celebration for the summer program, established specifically to help young women bolster their math skills, build confidence and prepare for the rigors of college.

Supporting Sustainable Urban Agriculture

Titans are working on research projects that center on nutrition, sustainable agricultural systems and increasing access to nutritious, safe or culturally important foods through the Urban Agriculture Community-based Research Experience program.

Biologist Receives Campus Top Teaching Award

Bill Hoese, professor of biological science, was honored with a surprise announcement that he is this year's recipient of the Carol Barnes Excellence in Teaching Award. He is pictured with President Mildred García and students.

No. 1 Researcher in the CSU

Undergraduate biochemistry major Ashley Chui won the top undergraduate research award at the CSU Biotechnology Symposium in recognition of her studies into neurodegenerative disease.

Dan Black - Building a Legacy

Alumnus Dan Black is building a legacy of commitment to the University through bequests that will sustain several initiatives – including the Dan Black Phys-Bus Program, Dan Black Physics scholarships and an endowed professorship.

Women's Health Research Leads to CSU Award, Graduate School

Women's Health Research Leads to CSU Award, Graduate School

Biochemistry major Miguel Tellez, who is working

Abrupt Sinking of Seal Beach Wetlands: Past Quakes at Fault

Abrupt Sinking of Seal Beach Wetlands: Past Quakes at Fault

A Cal State Fullerton faculty-student study shows

National Science Foundation Honors CSUF Physicist

National Science Foundation Honors CSUF Physicist

Geoffrey Lovelace, assistant professor of physics, joins

Cooper Center Presents Orange County's 'Ancient Wonders'

Cooper Center Presents Orange County's 'Ancient Wonders'

The Cooper Center's educational family event on

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Science Students Win Top Awards at CSU Biotechnology Symposium

Science Students Win Top Awards at CSU Biotechnology Symposium

Biology graduate student Noopur Dave shares her

In Memoriam — H. Eric Streitberger, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry and Biochemistry

In Memoriam — H. Eric Streitberger, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Dr. Streitberger was the inaugural recipient of

National Funding for STEM Pilot Program

National Funding for STEM Pilot Program

A recently awarded National Science Foundation grant

Methane-Eating Microorganisms: A Solution to Climate Change?

Methane-Eating Microorganisms: A Solution to Climate Change?

Sean Loyd, assistant professor of geological sciences,

Marie Johnson, dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Marie Johnson, dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Dr. Johnson stepped into her new position

STEM Program Recognized for Student Achievement

STEM Program Recognized for Student Achievement

The Strengthening Transfer Education & Matriculation in

Outstanding Professor Leads Students to 'Aha Moments' in Math

Outstanding Professor Leads Students to 'Aha Moments' in Math

During the mathematician's Outstanding Professor Lecture, Scott

Physics Grad Supports Research of the Cosmos

Physics Grad Supports Research of the Cosmos

Dan Black '67, center, is funding the

CSUF Awarded $3 Million Grant to Train Stem Cell Scientists

CSUF Awarded $3 Million Grant to Train Stem Cell Scientists

The University's Bridges to Stem Cell Research

Biologist Receives Systemwide Honor

Biologist Receives Systemwide Honor

Amybeth Cohen has been awarded the 2016

Biochemist Receives National Honor for Research Discoveries

Biochemist Receives National Honor for Research Discoveries

Maria C. Linder, professor of chemistry and

Explore the Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary

Explore the Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary

The CSUF owned and operated facility hosts

Campus as Living Lab

Campus as Living Lab

To study the effects of the statewide

Directing CSU Effort to Boost Student Success

Directing CSU Effort to Boost Student Success

Philip Janowicz, assistant professor of chemistry and

Solving a Mathematical Mystery

Solving a Mathematical Mystery

Junior Isabel Serrano and mathematics professor Bogdan

Studying Sea Life

Studying Sea Life

Biological science majors spent their summer on

A Living Laboratory

A Living Laboratory

Students and Faculty Explore a Changing Landscape

Project MISS Celebrates Quarter Century of Success

Project MISS Celebrates Quarter Century of Success

Alumni and supporters joined in a recent

Supporting Sustainable Urban Agriculture

Supporting Sustainable Urban Agriculture

Titans are working on research projects that

Biologist Receives Campus Top Teaching Award

Biologist Receives Campus Top Teaching Award

Bill Hoese, professor of biological science, was

No. 1 Researcher in the CSU

No. 1 Researcher in the CSU

Undergraduate biochemistry major Ashley Chui won the

Dan Black - Building a Legacy

Dan Black - Building a Legacy

Alumnus Dan Black is building a legacy

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