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Frontiers in Science - Fall 2015

The Frontiers in Science series is offered each semester with guest speakers from the disciplines of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, and Engineering.  This event is hosted by the Department of Physics Seminars are held on Thursdays from 12-1PM in SCI 2, Room 242, unless other noted.

October 1:  "Astrobiological Implications of Stable Isotope Evidence for the Conditions of Formation for Secondary Copper Carbonates and Copper Nitrates."  Dr. Erick Melchiorre, Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, CSU San Bernardino.

October 15:  "Star Formation in Interacting Galaxies: A Love Story".  Dr. Jorge Moreno, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, Cal Poly Pomona.

October 29:  "Large-scale vortex dynamics: from the lab to the Atlantic Ocean and Jupiter".  Dr. Michael Burin, Associate Professor, Department of Physics, CSUSM.

November 12: "Line Up: The Mathematics of Queueing Theory".  Dr. Amber Puha, Professor, Department of Mathematics, CSUSM.

Major & Minor Fair

Know your interests and skills but not sure where you can use them?  Speak with department representatives who can answer all of your major and minor questions.  Tuesday, October 20, 11:30AM-1:30PM in the USU Ballroom.

International Women's Hackathon

Young women 16 years and older are invited to attend the 5th Annual Women's Hackathon, scheduled for October 24, 2015.  Please stay tuned for more details!

CIRM 2.0 Workshop

Learn about the CIRM Bridges to Stem Cell Research Program and how to apply.  Thursday, November 19, from 12-1PM in ACD 308.

Robot Expo

Held at the end of the fall semester, the Robot Expo offers everyone an opportunity to meet Physics and Computer Sciences students and learn about their robotics projects.  Engage in hands-on activities and have some fun learning about physics, electronics, and computer science applications!  Friday, December 18, from 12-3PM in the Clarke Field House.  This event is free and open to the public.

Office of Training, Research & Education in the Sciences (OTRES)

OTRES offers weekly seminars throughout the semester from 4-5:30PM in Commons 206.