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Scenes From the 2024 Partial Solar Eclipse

Photo gallery shows students, faculty and staff from across campus taking part in this astronomical event

Recap: 16th annual San Diego Festival of Science and Engineering

Despite the rain, more than 17,000 attendees turn out for this year’s STEM festival at Snapdragon Stadium

SDSU Set to Host 2024 STEM Festival at Snapdragon Stadium

The March 2 family-friendly affair will feature over one hundred youth-focused STEM hands-on activities and demonstrations

Pressed for Safety: Lab Coat Vending Machines Arrive on Campus

SDSU College of Sciences pilots a dispensing program providing researchers with clean protective clothing as easily as getting a bag of chips

Three SDSU Students Awarded for Excellence Inside and Out of the Classroom

One microbiology and two biochemistry students were recognized by CSU-Wide Program

Galactic Guac: SDSU’s Sustainable Superfood For Space Travelers

NASA awards SDSU researchers for innovative projects in sustainable guacamole for astronauts and autonomous drone safety.

Where to Go? SDSU Student Identifies Transit Line Needs

Psychology master’s student Adriana Rios achieves many firsts while leading an interdisciplinary team to assess the accessibility of public restrooms in San Diego transit areas.

Climate Change is Impacting the Ocean’s Top Fish Predators

SDSU teamed up with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, NOAA and other institutions to model the impact of warming oceans on large migratory fish.

Getting at the Heart of the Atom: Oppenheimer, Nuclear Physics and Quantum Science

Behind the film “Oppenheimer” and its star-studded cast is a science that fuels the stars.

2023 Thomas B. Day Award for Excellence in Physics

Congratulations to this year’s award recipients!

Advance your Career with a Degree in Science

SDSU’s College of Sciences prides itself on inclusive education and research innovation. Our college offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees across eight academic departments and provides curricula for students across the university preparing for careers in health care and engineering. Our coursework is enhanced by dozens of research centers and frequent field trips that allow our students to develop the skills and reasoning they need to be tomorrow’s leaders. Our faculty are respected experts in their disciplines as well as dedicated, thoughtful instructors. The College of Sciences also operates numerous off-campus sites like the Mount Laguna Observatory, Coastal Marine Institute, and nearly 9,000 acres of land for biological sciences research stations, connecting SDSU advancements to the greater San Diego region.

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