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The Journal of Undergraduate Research in Natural Sciences and Mathematics
DIMENSIONS provides undergraduate students the opportunity to become published in a peer-reviewed journal while acquiring familiarity with the submission process. The Journal is organized, written, and edited by students in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, and includes both full research articles and abstracts. The experience submitting and/or serving as student editors provides a strong foundational experience that will assist students when they submit their future work to journals in their field. DIMENSIONS highlights the high quality of undergraduate research and faculty mentoring by annually publishing California State University, Fullerton student's best work in biology, biochemistry, chemistry, geology, mathematics and physics. Distributed to science and math departments of local colleges and universities, as well as throughout the CSU and UC system, DIMENSIONS provides an opportunity for undergraduate students to present their research to a broad audience.
2016-2017 Editorial Board
Nancy Chen, Department of Geological Sciences
Biology Susan Hipkins
Chemistry & Biochemistry Chantel Salib
Geology Desiree Marshall
Math Lisa Mueller
Physics Mikayla Mays
Dr. Colleen McDonough, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Jennifer Palermo, Graduate Assistant, College of Natural Sciences and Mathematis
It is DIMENSIONS’ mission to provide California State University, Fullerton's School of Natural Science and Mathematics undergraduate research students an opportunity to publish their research, share their findings, and gain experience in the peer review publication process. DIMENSIONS is published annually by CSUF NSM and is intended to showcase the strength of undergraduate research and the mentorship that is available at CSUF. It is DIMENSIONS intention to share this strength with various constituencies, including current and future students, faculty, grant funding sources, the CSUF campus and the greater scientific community.