Events


March 2024

Hosted by the Fellows of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Collagen: A Cosmetic Obsession - Fellows Colloquium

Tuesday, March 5, 2024, 5:30 - 7pm
Why are people so obsessed with collagen? Dr. Slowinska will discuss the explore the versatility of collagen and its potential benefits. Zoom event. Registration required.

Funded Support Deadline - BUILD, U-RISE, & LSAMP

Sunday, March 10, 2024, All day
BUILD offers intensive, hands-on research and training opportunities for undergraduate students designed to prepare them to excel in doctoral programs, as well as health-related research careers. U-RISE is designed to support motivated undergraduate students interested in developing careers as professional research scientists in biomedical and behavioralā€¦

BeachScholarships Deadline

Tuesday, March 12, 2024, All day
As a continuing CNSM student, you may be eligible for a number of scholarship opportunities. These scholarships are applied to through the BeachScholarships system, the centralized database of scholarship opportunities at California State University, Long Beach.
Part of the Thrive Event Series

Like a Boss: Women in Science and Math Panel - Thrive

Tuesday, March 12, 2024, 5 - 6:30pm
Women in Science and Math Panel is an annual College of Natural Sciences and Math Thrive Event that brings women leaders to share their experiences in their careers in the context of empowering CNSM students. You can expect the panel discussion to be about their experience as students, share their career path, and their overall experience in theā€¦

Funded Support Deadline - Summer Research Assistantships

Friday, March 15, 2024, All day
Summer Research Assistantships are awarded to students seeking opportunities to pursue paid mentored research opportunities with faculty in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. Opportunities are available to continuing graduate or undergraduate students with planned enrollment for Fall 2024 semester.

April 2024

Funded Support Deadline - Bridges to the Doctorate

Monday, April 1, 2024, All day
Bridges to the Doctorate (BTD) partners with UC Irvine to produce a seamless and supportive bridge to the Ph.D. for underrepresented and underserved CSULB graduate students interested in biomedical research careers. Funded by NIH.