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graduating students walking through confetti
The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics is proud of each and every one of our graduating students. Our celebration of this highlight in your academic careers begins with this virtual recognition.
Bette Korber
Geneticist and 2001 CSULB Distinguished Alumna, Dr. Bette Korber (B.S., Chemistry 1981) leads a team at Los Alamos National Laboratory that has identified a new strain of the coronavirus.
In celebration of Earth Day, we highlight the early March collaboration of Dr. Whitcraft's Wetland Ecology Lab, CSU Fullerton, and the Orange County Coastkeeper to restore the Native Olympia Oysters habitat at the Jack Dunster Marine Reserve in Long Beach.
Hall of Science builing at California State University Long Beach
I would like to thank the students, faculty, staff, and community for all of your hard work and patience at this time of ever-changing directives regarding operations at Cal State Long Beach.
Fangyuan Tian
Dr. Fangyuan Tian is looking to nature in her research on new materials. One material could be used to create more safe and effective heart stents; another could filter greenhouse gases from landfills.
William C. Ritz
The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics mourns the loss of Science Education Professor William C. Ritz. He founded the Science Education Department in the College and was a beloved science educator.