Frontiers in Science is a scientist speaker series exploring the new discoveries at the interface of astronomy, biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, physics and engineering. These seminars introduce audiences from all disciplines and academic levels to the intrigue and fun of scholarly pursuits in the natural and physical science disciplines. 12-1PM in Science Hall 2, Room 242.
September 28 - ViaSat Summer Scholars All Stars with Illiana Levesque (CHEM), Nam Ho (CSIS), and Lorena Aguirre (PHYS).
October 12 - A Career in Scientific Innovation: The World Needs You and What You Can Contribute. Paul Zorner, CEL of Locus BioEnergy.
November 2 - Working with Photonics and Lasers: My Journey from Physicist to Engineer. Melinda Lopez, University of Oregon Materaisl Science and CSUSM Physis alum.
November 16 - Findings from a National Study of Calculus Programs. Chris Rasmussen, SDSU Department of Mathematics and the Center for Research in Mathematics and Science Education. Sponsored by CRESE.
The 12-hour semi-annual event is open to all female high school and college students, who will work collaboratively to design a website, game, or mobile app that addresses a selected real world challenge. Students may come individually or as a team. There may be up to 6 people in a team. All levels of programming experience are welcome and registration is free. Hosted by the Department of Computer Science & Information Systems. Saturday, October 21, from 8AM-8PM.
Get your tickets now! The Taste for Student Success is a fundraiser that supports student programs across the University. Each program fulfills an important need among students. Support the College of Science & Mathematics Undergraduate Travel Fund! Saturday, October 21, from 3-6PM.
OTRES offers weekly seminars on a variety of STEM-related topics.