The third annual dessert-themed reception, set for Thursday, April 21, will recognize scholarship recipients and donors who invest in student success.
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.
Two separate seminars will take place: “Individual Development Plan (IDP) for Undergraduate Students” on Thursday, Oct. 21, and a training workshop for a select group of faculty on Friday, Oct. 22. They are the inaugural events that are part of the College of Natural Sciences’ U.S. Department of Education grant, “PATHS: Proactive Approaches for Training Hispanics in STEM.”
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.
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.
Caroline Amplatz, attorney and private benefactor, provided generous support to CSUSB’s Department of Geological Sciences.
Daniel Nickerson, assistant professor of biology, is the recipient of the Excellence in Advising Faculty Advisor Award from NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising’s Pacific Region.
The inaugural dessert-themed reception on campus today at 3 p.m. will recognize the College of Natural Sciences 2019 scholarship recipients and the donors who are investing in students’ success.