Applications for Summer Internships in Ecological Restoration are due in March and will reopen next year.
The CSUSB Campus Birds website has recently been updated to include 19 new species accounts, as well as revised accounts for several other species. To visit the site, please go to http://biology.csusb.edu/birds/.
Applications for the Biol-2-Med Articulation Program with Western University are due in January.
Applications for the Stem Cell Research Program are due December 1 and will reopen next year.
Financial assistance is available for students entering the teaching profession in science and certain other subjects. For information see the APLE (Assumption Program of Loans for Education) website.
Scholarships are available on a competitive basis to upper division students at CSUSB earning a science or mathematics degree and a single-subject teaching credential. The Noyce Math and Science Scholars for the Inland Empire program and the Math and Science Scholars Scholarship (MASS) program are funded by the National Science Foundation.