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student peering into a thermal evaporator
California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) has been recognized as ‚Äčbeing among the nation's highest awarders of physics degrees by the American Physical Society (APS), especially to women and underrepresented minorities. Galen Pickett, Ph.D., a professor in the Physics and Astronomy Department at CSULB, says the recognition from APS is linked to years of dedication by the CSU to encourage underserved students to pursue careers in STEM fields.
Hall of Science builing at California State University Long Beach
The three-member team ranked 46th in the nation when competing against 567 other teams in the William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition.
Bruno Pernet
Dr. Bruno Pernet is featured in a Los Angeles Times article titled "One obsession begets another: A biologist yearns to discover the secrets of Watts Towers' shells."
Professor Steve Mezyk
Chemistry Professor Stephen Mezyk received California State University's Wang Family Excellence Award.
Jordan Ngo
Chemistry student Jordan Ngo wins 1st Place at ASCB | EMBO conference in San Diego on December 8-12, 2018.
Kent Merryfield
The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics mourns the loss of Mathematics Professor Kent Merryfield. He was a guiding light to many and a pillar in our community.