McCarthy Hall’s second-floor modernization is an opportunity to showcase research and encourage philanthropic support for scientific and mathematical endeavors.
Cal State Fullerton NSM students and faculty continued to do important research during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Academic research was halted across the U.S. during COVID-19 shutdowns. Cal State Fullerton’s unique plan ensured essential research and fieldwork could continue safely.
Cal State Fullerton alumnus Nick Demos designs and tests new mirror materials for LIGO gravitational-wave detection at MIT.
This isn’t retired Rear Adm. Pamela M. Schweitzer’s (BA ’82) first pandemic. When she studied biological science at Cal State Fullerton, she took immunology courses and did postgraduate work in immunology.
Geology alumna Christine Irwin has an untamable curiosity for science.
A study by a team of Cal State Fullerton student mathematicians revealed that the rate of spread of COVID-19 is significantly slower in the more prosperous counties across the United States, while the coronavirus spreads much faster in counties with lower average income.
CSUF alumna, Sierra Patterson, embarked on a study to help resolve an archaeological problem with geologic tools.
Along with supporting faculty research and doing investigations on their own, most biological science graduate students teach lower-division lab courses, which takes time away from their studies and research, but carries its own rewards.
This year’s recipient of the Carol Barnes Excellence in Teaching Award is Danielle Zacherl, professor of biological science.
For infectious disease researcher María Soledad Ramírez, her ultimate goal is to contribute to the fight against drug resistance.
Dr. Hoese consistently inspires eager minds to pursue careers in environmental biology, fosters their scientific development both in and outside the lab and classroom, and mentors them throughout the development of their careers.