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CSAM Well Represented at 9th Annual Student Research Symposium

Over 100 CSAM students participated in this year's sympsoium

The awards and plaques presented to the recipients of this years event

Awards and Recognition Day

CSAM held it's annual Awards & Recognition event on April 28 to highlight some of our outstanding faculty, staff and students.

Gravitational-wave group organizes outreach event at amateur astronomy exhibition

Physics students and faculty participated in an educational outreach event at NEAF

Mathematics EdD students present at 9th Annual Student Research Symposium

Debasmita Basu, Jason McManus, Zareen Rahman, Justin Seventko, Trina Wooten, and Karmen Yu presented their research at this year's symposium.

Passaic County Manchester Regional High School

Information Technology/Cooperative Education Intern

From left: David Lardier & Veronica Barrios (oral presentation, Graduate) Evans Mbai (oral presentation, Undergrad) Melissa Rosides (poster, Graduate), Monica Stanislawczyk (poster, Uundergrad)

Students Recognized at 9th Annual Research Symposium

David Lardier, Veronica Barrios, Evans Mbai, Melissa Rosides, & Monica Stanislawczyk took home awards for their research at this year's symposium.

from left: Albert Jarvis, Hanon Zatloff and Brian Giraldo holding their Quiz Bowl trophy

Physics Club wins Quiz Bowl

Physics, Chemistry and Biology Clubs competed in the 2nd Annual Quiz Bowl on April 1

Imaging the Ocean

Tanya Blacic traveled to South Korea last summer to initiate a National Science Foundation-funded collaboration with a researcher from Seoul National University.

Protecting the Environment by Degrees

This transdisciplinary PhD program has prepared environmental scholars, scientists and research professionals for leadership positions in a flourishing field.

Aquatic Mercury Contamination

Measuring the levels of mercury contamination in New Jersey’s aquatic ecosystems with the help of funding from the U.S. Geological Society and Rutgers University.