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CSULB and the CSU offer numerous opportunities to enhance your education through research, scholarly and creative activity.
Four CSULB students took home awards at the 2014 CSU Student Research Competition at CSU East Bay on May 2-3. Read more
Funded for 3-years by the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Research Experience for Undergraduate program (REU), CSULB researchers in field sciences such as geography, archaeology, geology, hydrology, and ecology have developed a CSULB field program -- known as the "Geospatial Research and Mapping" (GRAM) program. The program offers students an intensive four-week summer program of training in geospatial mapping techniques related to natural and cultural resource research and management. Read more