Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Engineering
Graduating your future health care workers, engineers and scientists.

The School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Engineering provides students with hands-on research opportunities that help them succeed after graduation. The school is on the cutting edge of science and technology education to empower the region. The latest projects by faculty and students include: sustainable energy, climate research, improving health care outcomes and increasing diversity in STEM.


Departments and programs:

  • Biology 
  • Chemistry 
  • Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Geological Sciences
  • Mathematics
  • Natural Sciences
  • Nursing
  • Physics and Engineering
  • Public Health

Your gift to the School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Engineering will increase high-tech experiences and undergraduate research opportunities for students studying STEM fields. Additionally, you will ensure students benefit from mentorship, state-of-the-art classroom space and laboratories, and innovative centers where faculty and students work with the community to solve regional problems.

The Social Justice Challenge
Connie Perez-Andreesen and Joel Andreesen have generously committed $1,500 as a challenge gift! The 150th donor to any fund will unlock $1,500 for the Center for Social Justice on Giving Day.
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The `Runner Pride Challenge
Calling all CSUB students, faculty and staff! When you make a gift to your favorite fund today, you’ll have an even greater impact. The 50th student, faculty or staff donor to any fund will unlock $2,500 donated by Bynum, Inc. for the CSUB Fund *You must self-identify as a current student, faculty or staff on the giving form.
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The President’s Challenge
When the 550th gift is made to any fund within 24 hours on Giving Day, President Zelezny will unlock a $50,000 gift to support student research via the Student Research Scholars Program.
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