Tag: biology

Graduate student brings music and science together through piano

CSUF musicians practice for hours upon hours in closed off practice rooms in Clayes Performing Arts, often without sharing

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Herbivore Club President talks veganism and activism

The Herbivore Club is dedicated to vegetarian and vegan awareness, promotion and discussion around campus. Since spring 2016, one

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Rigorous program requirements lead to degree delays for Biology majors

One thousand two hundred and seventy-five out of the 33,042 undergraduate students, approximately 3.86 percent, enrolled in CSUF for

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Biology graduate student receives award for excellence in teaching

In many ways, Kevin Chiem has the demeanor of a typical college student: he looks tired, but content as

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Not just burning leaves

Research projects didn’t intrigue Jarrett Jones much in the past. But, that all changed when the 23-year-old, senior biology

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Assistant biology professor studies oarfish

In Cal State Fullerton’s Dan Black Hall there is a freezer. In all appearances, there seems to be nothing

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Reptile research finds rare herbivores

A biology professor from Cal State Northridge discussed his research surrounding small, cold-climate lizards that break the rules of

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Professor researches pupfish behavior

A biology professor from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo spoke on his research about the behavior and flexibility of

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