CSUF students won first- and second-place honors in six out of the nine sessions they competed in during the 28th annual CSU Student Research Competition May 2-3 at Cal State East Bay.
More than 60 students presented their research and explained their work to the campus community during Student Research Day. The program also recognized 17 graduate and undergraduate researchers with Outstanding Scholarly and Creative Activities awards.
Political scientists Sarah Hill, left, and Shelly Arsneault are studying the issue of California school funding and finding that despite a 43-year-old ruling to equalize public school funding, inequality still exists.
BURST, or Biology Undergraduate Research Scholars Training program, which aims to increase student involvement in faculty-mentored research, was launched recently with the support of nearly $50,000 from the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs.