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Frontiers in Science

Perspectives from Discovery at the Interface of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, and Engineering. Sponsored by the CSUSM Department of Physics, Associated Students, Inc., and The Office of Graduate Studies & Research (OGSR).  Frontiers in Science takes place from 12-1PM in Science Hall 2, Room 242.  Free and open to the community.

April 21:  The Role of Accreting Supermassive Black Holes in the Lives of Galaxies.  Dr. Alison Coil, Associate Professor, Center for Astrophysics and Space Sciences, UCSD.

May 5: Bacteriophages, "the natural born killers of bacteria", hunter for the prey in mucosal surfaces.  What is the underlying strategy and how can it be optimized?  Dr. Arlette Baljon, Associate Professor, Department of Physics, SDSU.

Rocket Car Races

Join the students from the Department of Physics as they challenge their long-standing rivals from Palomar College to some U-hour fun with rocket cars!  Tuesday, April 26, 12-1PM on University Plaza.

Chemistry & Biochemistry Research Showcase

Talk to the CHEM 499 students about their research and stay for the awards ceremony.  Wednesday, May 11, 3-5PM, SCI 2 1st Floor Patio.

Computer Science & Information Showcase

View the work CSIS students have been creating this semester.  Thursday, May 12, 12-1PM, SCI2 302.

Office for Training, Research & Education in the Sciences

OTRES offers weekly seminars on a variety of topics.  OTRES Spring 2016 offers students an opportunity to meet the Director and staff, network with student colleagues, and learn about upcoming events.