| The Bridges to the Stem Cell Research Program is funded by the California Institute
for Regenerative Medicine. Based at CSUSM and held in partnership with MiraCosta and
Miramar colleges, CIRM places 10 students each year in full 12-month internships with
host laboratories throughout the region.Learn more about Bridge
to Stem Cell Research...
| Frontiers in Science is a speaker series that explores the new discoveries at the
interface of astronomy, biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, physics
and engineering. The one-hour seminars are free and open to the public.Learn more about
Frontiers in Science...
|In partnership with the Office of Undergraduate Studies, The STEM Center at CSUSM
provides academic support for students enrolled in College of Science and Mathematics
courses. Offering individual and group study spaces, peer tutors, workshops and academic
and career information, the STEM Center is a key component of a recent CSUSM initiative
to increase the number of students receiving degrees in STEM fields.Learn more about
the STEM Center...
|The Terrestrial Ecosystems Research Lab studies and evaluates the effects of human
activities, including land use and land cover change, atmospheric pollution and climate
change on the structure and function of terrestrial ecosystems. TERL research provides
data that can help reduce the negative impact of human activities, and offers research
and training opportunities for students.Learn more about TERL...
|Summer Scholars Program actively engages undergraduates in STEM research. Working
closely with faculty mentors, students gain hands-on experience in highly interdisciplinary
projects and learn to apply new instrumental techniques and analytical methods. The
Summer Scholars Program is supported by a generous gift from ViaSat, Inc.Learn more about the
Summer Scholars Program...