Skip to Local Navigation
Skip to Content
California State University, Long Beach
Jensen Student Access to Science banner
Print this pageAdd this page to your favoritesSelect a font sizeSelect a small fontSelect a medium fontSelect a large font
 

Student Research Symposium

Friday, September 11, 2015
11:00am to 1:00pm
University Student Union (USU), Ballrooms A, B & C.

Application and Abstract Submission Deadline:
Monday, August 31, 2015, by 11:59pm

Download CNSM Student Research Symposium Flyer

If you have any questions or for more information, please contact Mark Katayama (Mark.Katayama@csulb.edu).

Registration

The following items are required to register for the CNSM Student Research Symposium:

Important Steps

You must complete all steps to participate in the CNSM Student Research Symposium:

  1. Download and review the Abstract Submission Guidelines. Only complete abstracts will be accepted. Pay close attention to formatting the abstract correctly and completely.
  2. Complete the Symposium Registration Form. This needs to be completed by the abstract deadline.
  3. Email an MS Word document of your completed abstract to Mark Katayama, mark.katayama@csulb.edu, by the deadline. The abstract must be approved by your mentor/advisor.
CNSM Symposium Registration table

What is the Student Research Symposium?

Each fall semester, the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (CNSM) along with the Jensen Student Access to Science and Mathematics Center provide an opportunity for its students to showcase their collaborative research with CSULB faculty. This year the CNSM Student Research Symposium will take place on Friday, September 11, 2015 in Ballrooms A, B and C of the University Student Union (USU), which is located in the center of the campus, from 11:00am to 1:00pm

All CNSM students are encouraged to participate in the Symposium by getting an approved abstract from their faculty mentor and making a poster presentation. The entire CSULB campus community and friends of CSULB are invited to celebrate these students' accomplishment and examine their research.

Why Participate?

This is more than simply a forum to present your research it is an excellent way for CNSM students to connect and network with other CNSM students and faculty, foster their professional development through their presentation and enhance their resumes. It also gives students the opportunity to experience the other research that is being produced around campus by their peers.

Annabelle Cantu: Synthesis of Diverse BODIPY Fluorophores. Victoria Luce with Professor Elaine Bernal: Evolution of Horn Size in Female Bovids.
Debbie Moreira: Expression of Selected X Chromosome Genes in the Developing Mouse Cortex and Hippocampus. Alex Salomon: Folliculogenic and Angiogenic Factors are Expressed Differently During Photostimulated Recrudesence in Siberian Hamsters (Phodopus sungorus) but are Not Affected by in vivo MMP Inhibition.