Natural Sciences and Mathematics Inter-Club Council

NSM Week




The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Inter-Club Council (NSM-ICC) presents NSM Week 2022! 

NSM Week is a chance to highlight student research, clubs & organizations, and a week to build community in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. We encourage all CSUF community to join us!


MONDAY, APRIL 18, 2022


NSM Week Festival

Time: 11am-2pm

Location: Planet Walk (between McCarthy Hall and Dan Black Hall)

Stop by Planet Walk to grab some tacos*, meet other NSM majors, and sign up for clubs and explore CSUF and NSM resources. 

*Giveaways and food (including vegetarian options) will be provided. 




Diversity in STEM Workshop

Time: 2:30pm-4:00pm

Location: MH-487 and on zoom.

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Join us to hear from special guest speakers about their experience working the STEM field and attending graduation school. Special Speakers: Jaime Cordova and Jasmine Camero

Jaime Cordova Jr. (pronouns he/him/his/el) is a Genetics PhD Candidate in the Perna Lab at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. In addition to his research, he is also passionate about science outreach, particularly in astronomy and biology and conducts outreach as a Solar System Ambassador on behalf of NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL).


Jasmine Camero is a Mexican-American second-year Mathematics PhD student at Emory University. Born in Santa Ana, California, she earned her B.A. in Mathematics from California State University, Fullerton. With a PhD, she plans on becoming a professor and serving as a role model for all underrepresented groups, especially women of color like herself. To share her experience she also created MAA Blog: Learning Through the Ranks- MATH VALUES.Opens in new window




A Bridge to Research

Time: 1pm-2pm 

Location: African American Resource Center (AARC) Located in PLS 180 (Pollak Library South across from the Starbucks)

Join us in a discussion on breaking the barrier of research in the College of NSM.

Lunch will be provided!


NSM Inter-Club Council Presents this year’s 19th Annual Sciences and Mathematics Symposium

Time: 4pm-6pm 

Location: CSUF Meng Concert Hall Grand Foyer (located in College of the Arts Theatre).

CSUF students present their research at the 19th annual Sciences and Mathematics Symposium. We’re excited to offer this event in person and to provide students an opportunity to share their research with our CSUF community. 


Click here to view the abstracts and poster titles.


FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 2022


Self-Care with NSM

Time: 11:00am-2:00pm

Location: Outside on orange benches in front of McCarthy Hall (towards Clayes Performing Arts Center)

Hang out with fellow students and make some space bath bombs.






NSM ICC Executive Board and Council  

NSM Inter-Club Council



What is NSM-ICC?

NSM-ICC is a student-lead council comprised of representatives from clubs in the College of Natural Sciences and MAthematics. The goal of the inter-club council (ICC) is to help students make connections, form collaborations, and build community within the college and across campus.


What do we do?

We distribute funds for students to travel to conferences as both attendees and presenters. If you are a member of a club with an ICC representative and would like to apply for funding, contact you rep for further details. If you are not an active member of a club but are a current NSM student, you can still apply.


NSM Clubs!

We also fund clubs to host events on campus for all CSUF students. Please get in touch with an NSM-ICC representative or send us an e-mail for more information. Need funding or have a general question? E-mail us at 



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Each spring, the NSM-ICC sponsors "NSM Week", a two or three day celebration dedicated to recognizing the hard work of students in STEM programs. This week is most notable for the research smposium that showcases student research from the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and other colleges at CSUF. Poster presentations, research talks, and a keynote speaker* have highlighted past celebrations.

*Past keynote speakers include Dr. Adam Summers, Bill Nye, The Mythbusters, and discoverer of the Titanic, Bob Ballard.