MBRS Alumna, Karina Kangas, rounds out her first year of doctoral training with two Predoctoral fellowships
Karina Kangas, Ph.D Student, To Conduct Predoctoral Fellowship Workshop, Friday, May 4, 2012, 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm, GMCS 324
Erin Fletcher, 2012 ASM Undergraduate Research Fellow
Bill Tong’s portable laser technology may someday save the lives of American soldiers fighting overseas.
By Jennifer Keliher-Venegas It is a common emotional reaction incoming MBRS students face (and eventually overcome) after committing to a lifestyle analogous to that of a graduate scholar. Many prospective applicants may ask, “What can I do to prepare for the responsibility of balancing coursework, 10-15 hours of research training a week, monthly graduate school preparation workshops, and the expectation […]
San Diego State University has been designated a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) by the U.S. Department of Education. The national designation provides access to federal grants and scholarships to colleges and universities that serve a high population of Hispanic students.
Prof. William Tong is CSUPERB Tong, received the CSU Andreoli Faculty Service Award for his Novel Laser Research
Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, Dr. Bill Tong recognized at the 2012 CSUPERB Conference
MBRS IMSD Scholar Awarded Over $25,000 in scholarships and fellowships to fund her undergraduate education
MBRS Biology Scholars: Jennifer Keliher-Venegas, Erika Garcia, and Genaro Hernandez make time to mentor and talk to 9th grade scholars from the Ocean Discovery Institute
MBRS/IMSD Co-Principle Investigator/Director, Dr. Sanford Bernstein delivered the 2012 Albert W. Johnson University Research Lecture about the far-reaching implications of research on fruit flies.
Alyssa Jimenez, 2nd year Ph.D. student, continues her research training at the University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas, in the laboratory of Dr. Neal Alto.