From salt marshes to Catalina Island, deep-sea fishing and day trips to the Aquarium of the Pacific, California State University, Northridge’s biology department is continually coming up with new and innovative ways to allow their undergraduate and graduate students take what they’ve learned in the classroom into the marine world. Continue reading about the Marine Biology Department.
Mechanics is something we may not all understand, but it is universal to our everyday experiences. For example, the pushing of rubber on an asphalt road by using oil and metal as force for a car is mechanics at work. Continue reading about the Experimental Mechanics Lab at CSUN.
Erik Wagner held his breath as El Toro entered the outdoor obstacle course. A California State University, Northridge mechanical engineering senior, Wagner and 17 other students were representing CSUN at the 23rd annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition (IGVC) held at Michigan’s Oakland University earlier this month. Continue reading about the Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition.
The Wonders ‘Under the Sea’ and in a Chocolate Factory: This Summer at CSUN’s Teenage Drama Workshop
Looking for a “golden ticket” for an entertaining summer family treat? California State University, Northridge’s Teenage Drama Workshop (TADW) is offering a journey “under the sea” with Ariel, Flounder and Sebastian, or a special tour of Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory. Continue reading about the Teenage Drama Workshop.