Six SDSU faculty members were selected, including Uduak George from the College of Sciences
SDSU scientist describes how environmental forces have forged Frankenstein and other eerie works.
Triple SDSU alumnus Shahan Derkarabetian (‘06, ‘09, ‘17) is the new Curator of Entomology for the San Diego Natural History Museum, where he works studying and researching arachnids.
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.
The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences is now the official name for the Department of Geological Sciences.