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student with CSULB graduation cap
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!
parasite in blood
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.
person manipulating material in a petri dish
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 six awards at 2021 ABRCMS – a research conference designed for underrepresented minority students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
CSULB students pull nets of fish in from shore
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.
women department chairs in CNSM
For the first time ever, the majority of the departments and programs in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics are chaired by women. In Fall 2021, with the addition of Dr. Stevens and Dr. Li, we have 5 women leading our 7 departments and programs.