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CSUDH Educates on LA Culture

CSUDH Educates Teachers on LA Culture

Eighty elementary and high school teachers from across the United States spent a week at CSU Dominguez Hills and the Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum learning about the people and cultures that shaped the Los Angeles region in order to enhance their teaching of American history in the classroom.

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Community College Students Spend Summer as Paid Scientists at Cal Poly

Fourteen students from Allan Hancock College in Santa Maria are spending their summer as paid research interns at California Poly San Luis Obispo through the National Institutes of Health’s Bridges to the Baccalaureate program with the hopes of increasing the number of underrepresented students who earn degrees in biomedical or behavioral science.

CSUB STEM Summer Program for K-12

CSUB Kicks Off STEM Summer Program for K-12 Students

CSU Bakersfield grouped 89 high school students and 25 high school teachers with CSUB faculty and students to work for four weeks this summer on science-related research projects through its Research Experience Vitalizing Science – University Program.

SDSU Professor Oldest Human Remains in Americas

SDSU Professor to Protect Oldest Human Remains in Americas

San Diego State adjunct archaeology professor has been tasked to protect an underwater cave that houses the remains of a mastodon and a human skull that could exceed 13,000 years in age — possibly the oldest human remains ever discovered in the New World.

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