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CSU 31st Annual Student Research Competition

May 5, 2017

Oviatt Library
Three students from College of Science and Mathematics participated in the CSU 31st Annual Student Research Statewide competition held at CSU, San Luis Obispo April 28th-29th. Two of these students won top placements in their sessions!
  • 1st Place: Julia Dandurand, Mathematics graduate student, presented: On Book Crossing Numbers of the Complete Graph (Advisor Silvia Fernandez)
  • 2nd Place: Sa La Kim, Biology undergraduate, presented: 1TGA1 is a Novel Biomarker and Therapeutic Target for Blocking Stemness in pancreatic Cancer (Jonathan Kelber)
  • Areli Castrejon, Physics undergraduate student, presented: The Photoelectric Instability in Debris Disks: Planets or Just Gas?
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Earth Day Family Sustainability Showcase

May 3, 2017

Matthew d'Alessio

For Earth day, Professor d’Alessio and his colleagues hosted our Family Sustainability Showcase funded with a grant from LADWP. Nearly 1,200 students and family members came, along with 2 city council members, a school board member, and representatives from Sen. Kamala Harris’s office and multiple school district offices. Read more

Capitalism & Climate Change: The Science & Politics of Global Warming

July 14, 2016

Oviatt Library
Dr. David Klein, Professor of Mathematics, Director of the CSUN Climate Science Program, and a mathematical physicist , will be speaking on Capitalism & Climate Change: The Science & Politics of Global Warming on Sunday, October 2, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. at the Center for Inquiry in Hollywood, CA. For more information please go to:   
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