STEM Student Projects, Research Showcased
May 1, 2013
Industry leaders, alumni and volunteers serving on college advisory boards will visit campus on Thursday, May 2, to learn about student projects ranging from research about Southern California bats, student-built Formula race car and unmanned aerial vehicle, and the effectiveness of the stem cell scholar program. The 2013 Showcase of STEM Student Talent will feature 30 select projects focusing on science, technology, engineering and mathematics from the colleges of Education, Engineering and Computer Science, and Natural Sciences and Mathematics. For more information, contact Hart Roussel, 657-278-5429.