Spring 2023 Fellows Colloquium Recording Available

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.

Summer Internship at JPL

Are you interested in science with satellite data? Demand for data scientists across the country is driving demand for college graduates with the knowledge, skills, and abilities associated with computer coding and quantitative reasoning.

Scholarship Honoring Late Professor Champions Careers in Chemistry

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. 

CSULB Shark Lab featured in ABC7 Special Report Saturday 1/28

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.

Faculty Research EDI Award Recipient, Stephen Mezyk, Wants to Give Students a Voice

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.

New PREM Program Supports Materials Science Students

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.

CSUPERB Victory by Biochemistry Professor Deepali Bhandari and Students Miguel Palma Nishi Rauth

Dr. Deepali Bhandari and her research students, Miguel Palma and Nishi Rauth, have received the esteemed CSUPERB Don Eden Graduate Research Award. In Bhandari's lab, students come first. One of the major questions Bhandari, Palma, and Rauth focus on is how cancer cells withstand and cope with stress – an adaptive ability that has been correlated to their…

Congratulations Class of 2022!

On May 17, our 2022 Class graduated at Angel Stadium in Anaheim. CNSM graduates leave us well prepared to take on their science and math careers and work toward a better world for all. Awesome job grads!

Student Experiments Could Lead to More Effective Preemptive Care and Treatment for Deadly Infections in Humans

CSULB Physics students in Dr. Alex Klotz's lab use Nanopore technology to examine parasite DNA to improve diagnostic tools and treatments for deadly infections in humans.

CSULB awarded $2.5M Keck Foundation grant to increase diversity in STEM

The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics has been awarded a $2.5 million grant from the Keck Foundation to increase enrollment and retention from first-generation and underrepresented students.

CNSM Students Win Big at 2021 Biomedical Research Conference

CNSM students win six awards at 2021 ABRCMS – a research conference designed for underrepresented minority students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

CSULB Students Join Effort to Assess Impact of Huntington Beach Oil Spill

In response to the oil spill off Huntington Beach, CSULB's Shark Lab and Whitcraft Wetlands Lab took part in field sampling along various Southern California shorelines to assess the damage to native marine life and sensitive ecological systems.