At Cal State Fullerton, we aspire to combine the best qualities of teaching and research universities where actively engaged students, faculty, and staff work in close collaboration to expand knowledge. We strive to create a culture that emphasizes the importance of intellectual research and scholarly pursuits, and we are proud of the world-class accomplishments of our faculty and students.
First Quarter FY 2013 Funding Exceeds $11.25 Million
Faculty and staff, including Kristin K. Stang, associate professor of special education (right), were awarded more than $11.25 million in federal, state and local grants during the first quarter of 2013. The grants are funding research on air quality, seismic shaking, STEM education and small molecule inhibitors, as well as programs for nurse anesthetist training and college preparation. More
NEWS and EVENTS
The Research Careers Preparatory Program introduces freshmen and sophomores to research experiences and to provide insight into careers in science.
Eighteen Cal State Fullerton graduate students recently received funding in support of their research efforts, thanks to a campuswide research fund and graduate student program underwritten by a U.S. Department of Education grant.
The program encourages and supports students interested in the possibilities of advanced university degrees and futures in scientific exploration.
Five civil and environmental engineering majors have received Dwight David Eisenhower Hispanic-Serving Institutions Fellowship Program awards for their research projects aimed at advancing the transportation industry.
Three first-generation college graduates talk about how working in the labs of faculty mentors shaped their academic journey and careers as researchers.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute grant provides research opportunities to undergraduate, community college and high school students, as well as science educators.