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Posted February 14, 2018

Leveling up in the Lab

Cal State East Bay unveils university’s largest renovation of research and teaching space — the College of Science’s new molecular research and environmental analysis labs (see video)

Building the future of science at Cal State east bay

A new Applied Sciences Center is the vision of the future at Cal State East Bay. The state-of-the-art facility will be home to critical hands-on learning and career preparation, enabling scholarship and research to continue and advance. And your support can help. Funds will be used toward the construction of a signature building that accelerates applied learning in the STEM disciplines and related careers, and fuels the region by equipping students with the skills they need for new businesses, products and innovation. To learn how you can make  a difference  in the College of Science, contact Vice President of University Advancement Bill Johnson at william.johnson@csueastbay.edu or 510-885-4170.

In the past 10 years, Cal State East Bay’s College of Science has nearly doubled in size. A newly designed 5,500-square-foot lab complete with  cutting-edge technology will allow the college to offer even more collaborative, hands-on learning opportunities. The lab is the university’s newest and largest renovation of research and teaching space and will help faculty prepare both undergraduate and graduate students for careers in science.

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