The technology used in the Shark Lab represents how the skills required to become marine scientists have changed.
Students at CSULB are rewriting the narrative about women in STEM – thanks to the many women who came before them.
Associate professor Ava Hedayatipour has spent more than a decade in electrical engineering and hopes to create spaces for a new generation of female engineers to thrive.
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Students, faculty and staff at Long Beach State mourn the loss of Vahe Kludjian, a professor of civil engineering, who died in his classroom Oct. 16 after teaching a lab class that evening.
Despite STEM fields being traditionally male-dominated, the number of women pursuing these careers has grown.
Long Beach State’s construction management department placed third in the Concrete Solutions category at the 2019 Associate Schools of Construction Student Competition in Sparks, Nevada Feb. 6-9. LBSU’s concrete team was one of 12 teams that participated in the category. California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, University of Washington[Read More…]
Standing a little over six-feet tall and roughly 1600 pounds, the Long Beach State College of Engineering students constructed a fog machine to use in the 36th annual production of, “The Nutcracker.” The play will be performed by director Dave Wilcox’s Long Beach Ballet Academy at the Terrace Theater in[Read More…]
California State University, Long Beach intends to reach out to local elementary and high school teachers to provide “out-of-classroom science experiences,” according to a press release from the university. A $200,000 grant awarded to CSULB intends to help the university focus on enhancing the teaching and learning of science, technology,[Read More…]