Monday, September 9:Environmental Conservation with Operation Wallacea! Are you a student of any major interested in conservation, sustainability, and equitable
and socially responsible environmental outreach? Meet the Director of Wallacea and learn about how to get involved! 12:00PM-1:00PM, USU 2310-A.
Tuesday, September 10:Pre-Health Society meeting. Come and learn about all the great activities this student organization
has planned! 12:00-1:00PM in MARK 102.
Sunday, September 29:STEMivate in Vista Village. CSM students and faculty will be hosting a variety of STEM activities at the inaugural
STEMivate event. In partnership with Wavelength Brewing Co., Palomar College, Open
Source Maker Lab, Fleet Science Center, and Oceanside Photo & Telescope. Free and
open to the public!
Thursday, October 17: The Math Colloquium at CSUSM. Counting period points on an ellipitc curve over finite fields with Mathematics undergraduate Fiona Lu. 12-12:50PM in Commons 206.
Thursday, October 24: The Chemistry & Biochemistry Seminar Series for Fall 2019.Safeguarding the citrus: Natural product inhibitors of huanglongbing from endophytic
bacteria and fungi. Dr. Katherine Maloney, Professor of Chemistry, Point Loma Nazarene University. 6:30-8:00PM, MARK 125.
Thursday, November 7: The Math Colloquium at CSUSM. Graph Saturation Problems. Dr. Ronald Gould, Goodrich C. White Professor Emeritus of Mathematics and Heilbrun
Distinguished Emeritus Fellow at Emory University. A complete list of Colloquiums
is available at Dr. Hansen's website. 12-12:50PM in Commons 206.
Friday, November 15: Building off the success of the *NSPIRE Symposium over the summer, graduate students
from the Scripps Research Institute will hold a follow-up information panel on graduate school to speak more informally with our undergraduates. This event would
be of particular interest to students at any level who are interested in pursuing
a PhD. The event will be moderated by the CSUSM ACS Student Chapter.12:30-2:00PM in MARK 201.
Tuesday, December 3: The Math Colloquium at CSUSM. Region Coverage from a Satellite (Insight into Industrial Mathematics). Dr. Gary Brian Green, The Aerospace Corporation, SIAM Visitng Lecturer. A complete
list of Colloquiums is available at Dr. Hansen'swebsite. 12-12:50PM in MARK 102.
Saturday, March 14: Super STEM Saturday! Hosted by the College of Science and Mathematics and The Classical Academies, Explore
interactive demonstrations and hands-on science activities, including rocket launches,
Maker booths, a Chemistry Magic Show, search and rescue dogs, and solar telescopes.
The event is free and open to the public. Complimentary parking available in Lots
E, F, and H. 10AM-4PM, across campus.
Tuesday, March 24:Arts & Lectures Series. Hurricanes and a Warming Climate: A Physics-Based Approach. Dr. Kerry A. Emanuel, Cecil & Ida Green Professor of Atmospheric Science, Co-Director of the Lorenz Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge. Hosted by the Department of
Physics. 6:00-8:30PM, USU Ballroom.