ACM Online Discussion Forum
The ACM Student Chapter of the Computer Science & Information Systems Department invites you to participate in their newly created online discussion forum. This forum was set up to allow any student (CSUSM, community colleges, high schools) in North County with an interest in software development to share information, seek answers, discuss interesting topices, etc. The forum is available at the CSUSM ACM chapter website: http://acm.csusm.edu.
The STEM Center
Looking for a new place to study and to connect with other students who are taking similar courses? Need extra help with the homework in your introductory science and math courses?
The STEM Center is now open in ACD 202. During the semester, the center is open 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Thursday, and 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM on Fridays. Free drop-in tutoring is currently available for selected courses in BIOL, CHEM, CS, MATH, and PHYS.
The STEM Center also houses Supplemental Instruction, offered through the Office for Training, Research & Education in the Sciences (OTRES). SI provides free, out-of-class study sessions for traditionally difficult courses.
If you are in need of Career Counseling, CSM is fortunate to have Mari Steffensmeier as our Career Counselor Liaison. She is available for Career Services Drop Ins on Tuesdays, from 3:00-5:00PM to answer quick questions about resumes, interviewing, job search, grad school, career direction and other career related topics.
STEM Talent Expansion Program (STEP)
CSUSM and Palomar Community College have partnered with a NSF STEP grant to increase the number of STEM graduates through recruiting and retention activities coordinated across both institutions. You can read more about this exciting venture at http://www.csusm.edu/stem/stepproject/index.html.
**VETERANS & ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY** - A component of this grant is to provide financial assistance not covered by the GI Bill. For math and science majors, you can qualify for a $1000 scholarship to offset the costs of textbooks, parking permits, and other miscellaneous expenses. Just visit www.csusm.edu/stem/stemscholarshipform.html and fill out the online application.
Office for Training, Research & Education in the Sciences (OTRES)
Formerly known as the Office for Biomedical Research & Training (OBRT), OTRES is committed to increasing diversity in the STEM disciplines.
OTRES is currently looking for potential RISE and MARC Scholars. The RISE/MARC Programs are aimed at increasing diversity in the biomedical research workforce. OTRES is looking for exceptional students (especially those from underrepresented minority groups) who are interested in pursuing a PhD program so they can become future leaders in science and academia. Please visit the OTRES website for further information and applications: http://www.csusm.edu/
The Office of Graduate Studies and Research
The CSUSM Office of Graduate Studies & Research (OGSR) office is soliciting applications for the two prestigious Chancellor’s Office Programs: the Chancellor’s Doctoral Incentive Program (CDIP) and California Pre-Doctoral Program. These two distinct programs work together to assist the students of today become the faculty of tomorrow. Applications are available for both programs and details are listed on the OGSR website at www.csusm.edu/gsr.CSUSM Student Travel Funding to Present Research: The Office of Graduate Studies and Research offers opportunities for undergraduate students on an ongoing basis until funding is depleted.
Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities Fund: The Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities fund is designed to help undergraduate students capitalize on scholarship and creative activity completed at CSUSM. Appropriate activies include support for travel to a conference at which a student's paper or poster has been accepted. Guidelines and Application
Career Center Services - The Career Center offers you an array of services designed to help you find the job you want after college. Schedule an appointment by calling 760-750-4902 or stop by CRA 1400.
Student Domestic Travel - For your convenience, Risk Management & Safety has provided information for student travel including guidelines, checklist, and forms.
Student Field Placement - Student field placements encompasses a variety of opportunities, such as: internships, observations and field work. Please consult with your department intership coordinator/faculty supervisor. Visit the link for details.
Student Life & Leadership - A great place to learn about how to actively participate in your campus experience. CSM has 7 orgs to choose from: American Chemical Society, Association for Computing Machinery, Biotech Club, Conservation Biology (Ecology) Club, Math Club, Pre-Dental Society, Pre-Pharmacy Society, Pre-Vet Society, and the Society of Physics Students.