Ten Titans Get Thumbs Up for CSU Research Contest
Ten Cal State Fullerton student researchers from across disciplines will advance to the 29th annual California State University Research Competition May 1-2 at Cal State San Bernardino. The finalists were selected from more than 50 of their peers who took part in a campuswide contest in February.
Student Researchers Vie for Spot at CSU Competition
Nearly 50 students from all eight colleges will be presenting their research or creative activity Feb. 25-27 as part of Cal State Fullerton's Student Research Competition.
Creating a Pathway to Student Success
Rather than taking a variety of different general education courses, students can focus their general education in much the same way they do their major — to an area of specific interest, such as global studies or power and politics.
MARC ‘Family Day’ Program Showcases Student Research
Cal State Fullerton's MARC program presented its third annual "Family Day" Jan. 17, featuring the undergraduate research of the 12 scholars in the program. Parents and other family members of the students will learn more about their research projects, the benefits of research training and research careers.
Titans Are Finalists for Biotech Symposium Awards
Four Cal State Fullerton students are finalists for research awards to be presented at the Jan. 8-10 California State University 27th annual Biotechnology Symposium in Santa Clara. University students and their faculty mentors, as well as biotech professionals working in academia, government and industry, will be attending the statewide gathering.
Faculty, Students See Research in Print
Graduate students from Zhuangjie Li's lab get their work published.
Engaging Students in Research Experiences
A "Weekend Research Experience" for high school, community college and Cal State Fullerton students was held Nov. 8-9 and Nov. 15 in Dan Black Hall. The program is funded by a Howard Hughes Medical Institute grant.
Minority Access to Research Careers Scholars Announced
Five Cal State Fullerton students are embarking on a path to a research career this fall, following in the footsteps of more than 50 students who have found success and satisfaction as researchers.
Chemistry Major Awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Chemistry major and graduating senior Julie Hofstra has been awarded a $132,000 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.