Student Research Day 2019

Welcome to the College of Science at SJSU where we create knowledge and expand opportunity!

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Admitted Spartan Days

College of Science hosted a Virtual Open House on Saturday, April 10th from 11:30 am to 12:15 am. The webinar included a short introduction to the College of Science by Dean Michael Kaufman, a Student and Alumni Panel, and a Q&A session for the audience.


CoS Scholarships 2021-22

The College of Science scholarships 2021-2022 are opening now. Students with a declared major in the College of Science are eligible for various available scholarships. Students may apply for the scholarships via SJSU Spartan Scholarships.


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OpEd on Gender Disparity in Science

Biology professor Dr. Katherine Wilkinson writes an op-ed on the need for STEM institutions to address gender disparity in science.

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Interdisciplinary Science Building

Construction is well underway for the Science and Innovation Complex.


LA Times Article Features Dr. Blisniuk's Research

Dr. Kim Blisniuk's study indicates that LA's biggest earthquake threat is on an overlooked part of the San Andreas fault.


College of Science Virtual Seminar

The College of Science Virtual Seminar will be given by Dr. Natasha Batalha - Associate Professor from Physics & Astronomy on Friday, April 23rd at 4pm.

Join the webinar

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Studying Endangered Seabirds

Dr. Scott Shaffer's new study sheds light on endangered seabirds and the need for international protection.


Extreme Fire Research

Fire weather expert Dr. Craig Clements has been called on frequently by the media to help inform the public.

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Computer Science Collaboration Tea

Faculty from around the University attend the first CoS Collaboration Tea.

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University and College of Science Awardees

The College of Science gave awards to outstanding staff, faculty and alumni in 2019.


Alumni Spotlight

Jean Donet is a recent Physics graduate who is now pursuing a PhD in the U.C Davis Physics Program.