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  • Student Research
    Scholarships Career Information Commencement Academic Programs Alumni Initiatives Alumni Profiles STEM Center UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH Message from the Dean I encourage students to get involved in research as a junior or even sophomore There is nothing like the thrill of discovering new knowledge The skills developed while doing research are sought after by employers graduate and professional schools Research Fellows The College is in the process of developing a research fellows

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/nsm/academic%20programs/undergraduate-research.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Academic Support
    Student Research Academic Support Students Clubs Scholarships Career Information Commencement Academic Programs Alumni Initiatives Alumni Profiles STEM Center ACADEMIC SUPPORT Academic Advising Natural Sciences Advising Center for Biological Sciences majors and Chemistry minors General Education Biological Sciences Chemistry Geography Geology Mathematics and Statisistics Physics and Astronomy Visit the new Natural Sciences Advising Center in Sequoia 238 for Biological Sciences Freshman and new transfers Make an Appointment here Tutoring Chemistry Help Office Sequoia 502 Physics Tutoring Center Sequoia 124 Math Lab Brighton 118 Academic Support for Students Who Face Social and Economic Barriers Science Educational Equity SEE SEE sponsors a wide range of structured activities designed to build academic excellence enhance personal development and develop a sense of social responsibility Perhaps most importantly SEE strives to create a learning community in which students are expected to share their knowledge with other students provide personal and moral support to each other participate in academic and extracurricular activities and expand their understanding and appreciation for the cultural experiences of all members of the SEE family Multicultural Organization of Science Students MOSS MOSS founded in 1980 by a group of students provides a directional support system for underrepresented college students interested in the sciences

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  • Clubs
    is to educate the Sacramento State campus on current environmental issues and to spread environmental awareness within the community Future Black Doctors Dentists FBD D Future Black Doctors and Dentists FBD is a student run organization that prepares African American undergraduate students for professional school either in medicine or dentistry FBD provides mentorship community service and leadership skills to students as a resource to their development as successful physicians Field Biology Group The Field Biology Group is a student organization that offers students the opportunity to explore conservation and biological issues through field experience and contact with professionals The group is open to both undergraduate and graduate students Future Pharmacist Student Organization FPSO Our main goal is to educate students interested in pre pharmacy on the basic requirements of different pharmacy schools and to inform fellow Sacramento State students about opportunities in the pharmaceutical industry Geography Club Our club is devoted to exploring our world and having a good time while doing it We get involved and help raise geographical awareness by organizing activities in the community and at local schools Geology Club The purpose of the Geology Club is to allow members the opportunity to enrich their academic experience through extracurricular social activities and programs centered on geological issues and topics Mathematics Society The purpose of the Mathematics Society is to promote mathematical inquiry and general interest on the Sacramento State University campus Multicultural Organization of Science Students MOSS Our main goal is to help increase the number of underrepresented students dedicated to pursuing service in health and science professions Pre Dental Association To provide a passage to experience and information about the Dental field as a professional career In light of that knowledge and information create an environment that supports students efforts to enroll in Dental School Pre

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  • Scholarships
    Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Student Research Academic Support Students Clubs Scholarships Career Information Commencement Academic Programs Alumni Initiatives Alumni Profiles STEM Center Scholarships The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics offers tens of thousands of dollars in scholarships every year to our students Some of these scholarships are open to any student in the college but most of them are offered to students in particular programs To find out more

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  • Career Information
    edu Main Office Lassen 1013 Walk In Hours 9 a m 4 p m Satellite Office Natural Sciences Advising Center NSAC Sequoia 238 Walk In Hours Unavailable during the summer CAREER CENTER LINKS NSM Career Information Page Career Trends Career Center Jobs and Career Connection Internships Cooperative Education Career events Students have three great ways to get information about careers Learn what you can do with your major by visiting our Undergraduate Programs page Explore the Career Center website links shown on this page Visit the NSM Career Center Liaison Shannon Wells in the Academic Advising and Career Center Lassen Hall 1013 and in the Natural Sciences Advising Center NSAC Sequoia Hall 238 on a walk in basis Follow up appointments are also available in the Career Center Sacramento State Career Center Sacramento State s Career Center provides Sacramento State students proactive and comprehensive career services in areas such as career development experiential learning on campus recruitment and employer relations The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics has a dedicated Liaison from the Career Center Shannon Wells who is well aware of the unique opportunities that exist for our majors The NSM Career Information Page includes links to the Career

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  • Commencement
    Directions Commencement Day is the most exciting day in the academic year for students faculty and staff alike It s a day to celebrate the accomplishments of our graduates as well as the support their family and friends have given to them Program Information Your name will appear in the program if the appropriate petition to graduate form has been filed with Admissions and Records The deadlines are November 1 of the previous year for Winter ceremonies and May 1 of the previous year for Spring ceremonies For information on petitions to graduate please click on the following link http www csus edu registrar graduation apply online stm All graduates in attendance will have their name read Commencement is an alcohol free event This venue does not allow alcohol on the premises for this event For everyone s safety and to ensure that all participants enjoy this special occasion we ask that graduates and guests do not bring alcohol onto the property Being under the influence imposes on others and could preclude your participation in the ceremony Interested in being our student speaker at commencement Sacramento State Graduation Tips Disability Services Graduates Graduates with disabilities who need special accomodations should

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  • Academic Programs
    Graduate Programs Student Research Academic Support Students Clubs Scholarships Career Information Commencement Academic Programs Alumni Initiatives Alumni Profiles STEM Center Academic Programs Sacramento State Advantage Get to know your professors In NSM professors teach most of the lab courses and interact with students outside of class Take advantage of the opportunity to conduct research with a professor Internships Students often do internships with the many state agencies located here in California s capital Find help arranging an internship with a company agency or organization Academic support We are committed to helping every student succeed Learn more about our tutoring centers advising center learning communities special sections and student support organizations Employers appreciate Sac State grads We frequently hear from employers that our graduates are well prepared with hands on experience Find out where our graduates are working now Preparing for Your Future There has never been a more exciting time to be a science or math major Today s students will help fulfill the promise of the Human Genome Project Clean Energy Technologies and other scientific breakthroughs Graduates who seek stimulating careers that continually offer new challenges will find excellent job prospects in Science Math and Geography Extraordinary opportunities for

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  • Initiatives
    in San Diego Each October we celebrate the SURE program with our Undergraduate Student Research Reception where SURE Award recipients will present posters of their research Here is a sample of the kinds of projects students are doing with faculty Effects of California Mugwort and Osha on normal human cells and breast cancer cells Do competition and facilitation regulate Sierra Nevada meadow plant communities Computational modeling of the atomic structure of nanowires A synthetic approach to the anticancer drug Poditraxel For more information about the Undergraduate Research Program in NSM click here Professional Science Master s Program in Stem Cell Research The College of Natural Sciences has partnered with the UC Davis Stem Cell Program to create a comprehensive curricular program to prepare Master degree students specifically for careers in stem cell research Graduates of this program will have education and skills ideally suited for basic research and its translation into clinical applications for patients Graduates will help fill the future demand for laboratory managers and other research support professionals in a growing number of laboratories devoted to stem cell research The Professional Science Master s is designed to diversify the career trajectories available to Master s level graduate students in the Applied Biosciences As a terminal degree the program will prepare students to be laboratory managers in rapidly changing areas with complex regulatory environments The program also will be excellent preparation for students wishing to pursue doctoral programs especially those involving the translation of basic research into application Students engage in activities specifically intended to improve the professional preparation of graduates desiring industry or laboratory careers To Learn more about the PSM in Stem Cell Research click here Advanced Research Laboratories The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics plans to equip two research laboratories to meet the demand for

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