Fall Commencement Ceremonies
CSU expects to confer degrees on nearly 1,900 graduates during Fall 2017 commencement ceremonies. The College of Natural Sciences’ ceremony will be Dec. 16 at Moby Arena. Alumnus Dr. Brent Keeler will be the speaker.
Physics Professor Speaks at World’s Largest Photovoltaic Conference
Physics Professor and former Associate Dean for Research Jim Sites has been busy promoting CSU’s solar energy innovations around the world.
2017 Professor Laureate Lecture and Teaching and Mentoring Awards: Dec. 1
The college will celebrate the achievements of its faculty and staff at the fall 2017 Professor Laureate Lecture and Teaching & Mentoring Awards at 4 p.m. Dec. 1 in the Lory Student Center Cherokee Park Ballroom.
CSU Alum Helps Sequence Ancient and Massive Redwood Tree Genome
After years of gazing up at redwoods, one of the largest living things, biology alumnus Zane Moore now spends his time looking down through a microscope at one of their smallest components.
Arithmetic of Curves, Network for Women In Number Theory Earn Rachel Pries National Honor
A passion for the fundamental theory of numbers has propelled Rachel Pries, professor in the Department of Mathematics, to the title of Fellow of the American Mathematical Society.
Provost’s Council on Engagement Spotlight: Meena Balgopal
Associate Professor of Biology Meena Balgopal’s research focuses on how people make meaning of natural science concepts, informing educators and students in support of better learning.
Nobel Laureate Albert Fert to Speak at CSU Nov. 13
Nobel Laureate and influential scientist Albert Fert will deliver a free public lecture at CSU, 7 p.m. Nov. 13 in the LSC Grand Ballroom.
Statistics Success Center Offers Walk-in Help for Students
Statistics might not be easy, but now students have access to full-time help thanks to the new Statistics Success Center.
Making Tastier Tomatoes at This Year’s CSU Thornton-Massa Lecture Nov. 12
Klee’s lecture, “Why Don’t My Tomatoes Have Any Flavor? A Case Study in Industrial Agriculture,” the 18th annual Thornton-Massa Lecture, is free and open to the public.