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McCarthy Hall’s second-floor modernization is an opportunity to showcase research and encourage philanthropic support for scientific and mathematical endeavors.
The Begoviches’ gift helps the Center for Gravitational-Wave Physics and Astronomy expand its research capabilities.
Learn about the work and achievements of faculty in the College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics.
Cal State Fullerton alumnus Nick Demos designs and tests new mirror materials for LIGO gravitational-wave detection at MIT.
Learn from Dean Johnson about the interesting stories covered in the Spring 2021 TraNSMission magazine as well as the College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics’ mission in action.
Over the last decade, the Department of Mathematics at the College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics has created accessible, innovative programs that stay abreast of rapidly evolving fields.
In March 2022, Cal State Fullerton welcomed Toni Miller, the new senior director of development for the College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics and the College of Engineering & Computer Science.
Completion of lab renovations in the Nicholas and Lee Begovich Center for Gravitational-Wave Physics and Astronomy will allow researchers to play an early and critical role in the Cosmic Explorer project.
Nationally renowned Professor of Biochemistry Maria Linder has helped students succeed at CSUF for over 45 years. Now, she’s announcing a biochemistry master’s scholarship to further serve students.
Lauren DuCharme (BS ’15), a flight systems engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, was this year’s recent graduate honoree at the Cal State Fullerton Vision & Visionaries Awards.