You can now take a tour of CNSM completely virtually! The fully immersive experience shows prospective students a slice of life at CSULB, and includes 360 panoramic tours of multiple labs in HSCI and MLSC, as well as messages from faculty and alumni.
Three Environmental Science and Policy majors were recently awarded the Port of Long Beach's ES&P scholarships. Financial support in the form of scholarships help ensure that CSULB recipients graduate faster, have reduced debt upon graduation, and have less stress while taking classes.
Welcome to the Fall 2023 semester! Here is a quick guide to help you start off strong.
Interested in doing research but don't know how to get started? Attend a virtual info session on 9/14, 9/27, or 10/12!
We are excited to introduce our new faculty for the Fall 2023 semester! Please join us in welcoming our new tenure-track faculty.
Matt Becker was recently named the Darcy Distinguished Lecturer for 2024 by the National Ground Water Association and Groundwater Foundation.
CSULB marine biology graduate students are researching how and why stingrays cause so much pain.
Did you miss Dr. Fangyuan Tian's talk, or want to watch it again? The recording of "Innovative Solutions Found in Nature" is now available.
The Dr. Dot Goldish Endowed Scholarship is named after one of the first two female professors of chemistry at CSULB. Dr. Goldish was active in the University for 50 years, serving in a variety of roles. Her passion was teaching.
The CSULB Shark Lab will be featured on an ABC 7 News Special Report titled "Sea of Change: The New Sharks of SoCal." The segment examines new shark gathering spots along the southern California coast and what it means for humans who also enjoy these spaces.
A university wide project to recognize faculty research efforts focused on racial equity has resulted in an award for CNSM Biochemistry faculty member Dr. Stephen Mezyk.
Michael Peterson and Partnership for Research and Education in Materials (PREM) grant was featured in the 2022 issue of Quest Magazine. Dr. Peterson and his team combine materials science research with pathway to Ph.D. programs at The Ohio State University.