Nov 29, 2021 | Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Climate, Faculty, Mathematics and Statistics, –Archives
Two project proposals led by College of Sciences professors were recently selected as finalists for SDSU President Adela de la Torre’s Big Ideas initiative. These interdisciplinary teams aim to solve society’s toughest challenges.
Jun 17, 2021 | Homeland Security, –Archives
Dr. Eric Frost was recently celebrated for completing 40 years at San Diego State. He received a special award from the dean of Sciences for his outstanding career and accomplishments over the past 40 years. When asked about his milestone …
Jun 1, 2021 | Students, –Archives
Dear Graduates: Congratulations, you made it! Given the circumstances of the past year, the graduates’ achievements in the College of Sciences are especially impressive— 1,507 bachelor’s degrees, 399 master’s degrees, and 37 doctoral degrees were awarded.
May 24, 2021 | Biology, –Archives
A strange phenomenon happens with modern blue whales, humpback whales and gray whales: they have teeth in the womb but are born toothless. Replacing the teeth is baleen, a series of plates composed of thin, hair- and fingernail-like structures growing from the roof of…
May 6, 2021 | Psychology, –Archives
Psychologist Jillian Lee Wiggins received $5.4 million in NIH grants to study irritable youth to predict risk for mental health issues.
Apr 13, 2021 | Homeland Security, –Archives
Gabby Smith had just read a news app text message on the horrific migrant-smuggling tragedy in Imperial County: an SUV crammed with 25 people had smashed into a tractor-trailer near the international border, resulting in numerous fatalities.