The program aims to increase the number of promising doctoral students applying for future California State University faculty positions by offering financial assistance in the form of a loan and mentorship by CSU faculty.
David Murillo has always enjoyed learning and gravitated toward the natural sciences, but it was an introduction to organic chemistry class that sparked his interest in chemistry.
Angela Clark-Louque (education) was quoted in an article about racist bullying at Inland Empire schools, Kimberley Cousins (chemistry) talked about her work ensuring student success, and Jacob Jones (psychology) cowrote a study on physical activity’s effect on people with Parkinson’s disease.
When asked what motivates CSUSB professor of chemistry Kimberley Cousins, her answer is simple. “Our students,” she says.
Fernanda Gonzalez Lomeli, Nicole Elmaraghy, Anthony Castro, Claudia V. Osuna Guerrero and Laura L. Newcomb (biology), Mike Stull (entrepreneurship) and Andreas Beyersdorf (chemistry/biochemistry) were included in recent news coverage.
Andreas Beyersdorf, an associate professor in chemistry and biochemistry, is also an analytic chemist whose overall research interest is air pollution.
Kimberly Cousins (chemistry and biochemistry), Michael Chao (biology), Katherine Gray (art and design), Ahlam Muhtaseb (communication studies) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) were included in recent news coverage.
The CSUSB College of Natural Sciences will present a Coyote Hour talk on the Nobel Prize winners and their scientific discoveries, noon Thursday, Nov. 18.
Paul Naik, who serves as senior vice president for intellectual property and deputy general counsel for Seagen Inc., will share his experiences with and answer questions from students during a webinar at 1 p.m. today, Wednesday, Feb. 24.