News from the College of Sciences
Evolutionary biology student Scott Monahan had a trip of a lifetime during a research experience for undergraduates in Indonesia
Undergraduate geophysics major Vanessa Herrera sought out seismic data in Santa Fe and Southern California
Computational Science PhD students conducted research at Lawrence Livermore and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
An SDSU donor passes on her love of the ocean
NASA released the first images taken by their latest and most technologically advanced telescope yet – what does this mean for SDSU’s astronomers?
Theater background bolsters psychology graduate to pursue PhD
Son of a son of a sailor, Peter Phillips wouldn’t be where he is now without San Diego State
Why the Department of Computer Science transformed what and how they teach
Alumnus and staff member Jeffrey Cardinez discovers new identity thanks to mentorship
Outstanding Graduate from Department of Biology flourished while at SDSU. Step one: meet the beetles.
Spontaneous adventures and the close-knit nature of the geology community have been defining features for this graduating senior
The College of Sciences at San Diego State University was officially established in 1931. Over the years, the technology and tools used for the College’s joint missions of teaching and creating new knowledge have advanced significantly.1915: A student enrolled in the...
Equitable access to services and evaluating effectiveness are essential elements for clinic’s future.
Since the 1930s through today, SDSU geologists have been gathering to appreciate earth’s wondrous landscapes.
SDSU biologists identified a new lampshade spider species in the southern Sierra Nevada.
Alumnus Ray Berry learned many lessons at San Diego State that catapulted him into a successful career in the grocery industry.
Graduate student Eric Bratton has pursued many paths to find what satisfies his plethora of passions.
As a proud Chicana woman, Lee is excited she gets to answer very practical questions with her favorite subject. “It will always stay magical; you have crazy, obscure math and it describes how real things work.”