Tag: STEM

LBSU club launches student-built rocket

A successful lift off has prompted the Beach Launch team to construct a new and improved liquid propelled rocket named “Beach 2 ‘Karmen,’” while preparing for three engineering and aerospace competitions in 2019. The club has launched two rockets since becoming a student operated entity, including its first ever liquid[Read More…]

Google gives female engineers $35,000 grant

Growing up in Venezuela, Society of Women Engineers President Stephanie Avenando received a huge amount of support from her family and peers for enrolling in engineering courses at La Universidad Nacional Expo. As a junior at Long Beach State, this has not been the case. This inspired her to raise[Read More…]

CSU to lower math requirements for some majors

This story was updated on August 20, 2017 The Cal State University system announced intermediate algebra will be removed as a graduation requirement for non-STEM majors. “We’re not eliminating the math requirements in the CSU,” Christine Mallon, assistant vice chancellor of academic programs and faculty development at CSU, told EdSource.[Read More…]

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