Congratulations to the Fall 2017 College of Natural Sciences Graduates
The college celebrated the graduation of 222 undergraduate students at the fall 2017 commencement ceremony Saturday, Dec. 16.
Elements 2017: College of Natural Sciences Magazine
Read the full issue, featuring “Building the Future of Science,” latest news, department updates, alumni profiles, and more.
Ten Michael Smith Scholars in Chemistry Start Their Journey at CSU
This scholarship provides up to four years of full tuition, thanks to the generous support of Michael Smith, who studied chemistry at CSU in the 1970s.
College Outstanding Grad Fall 2017: Freya Fu
Fu transferred to CSU last fall from a university in Shanghai. Although she arrived as a psychology major, she also found an interest in another field: statistics. After her first stats class at CSU, she was hooked.
Bridges to Baccalaureate Helps Psychology Student Pursue Dream of Becoming a Counselor
Thanks to a program known as Bridges to Baccalaureate, Chis Goheen is pursuing his dream career at CSU.
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.