Erika Camacho, director of some of the National Science Foundation programs dedicated to increasing the number of women and underrepresented groups in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines, will deliver her talk on Monday, April 12, on Zoom.
Tomasz Owerkowicz (biology) was part of a research team that found that alligators have built-in antiarrhythmic protection when under stress, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed about the problem police have with trying to weed out extremists from their ranks.
Bree Putman, CSUSB assistant professor of biological sciences, co-wrote a paper on the use of community science to show the challenges of urban living for elusive native lizards.
Lacey Kendall (communication studies) is part of the initiative, the Black Church Media Project, assisting historic houses of worship, and a newly published study co-authored by Bree Putman (biology) is highlighted in an article about citizen science.
Thambi, a junior biology STEM major at CSUSB, shares her experience as an exceptional student and active community member.
CSUSB students pursuing full-time study in STEM degrees may be eligible for scholarships thanks to recently awarded generous grant of $75,000 from Edison International.
The National Science Foundation grant will enable STEM CSUSB students to travel to New Zealand next summer to research new materials that could be used to advance aerospace technology.
Bree Putman (biology) talked about the importance of citizen participation in the City Nature Challenge 2020, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed on right-wing extremists using the uncertainty and fear surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic to recruit to their ranks.
The effort to document the inland region's flora and fauna is being organized by Bree Putman, CSUSB assistant professor of biology.