The College of Science thanks all the dedicated faculty, staff and students who helped to make this event possible. Your efforts demonstrate your love of science and your commitment to developing lifelong learning for all members of our local community.
Dean, College of Science
Dr. Dave Evans
Departments and Programs
Alliance for Minority Participation, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Child Development, Computer Science, Cognitive Science, Geology, Joint Engineering Program, Mathematics, Nursing, Physics and Physical Sciences, Psychology, Trans-California Pathway Project
Faculty and Staff
Elvin Alemán, Ritin Bhaduri, Claudia Brackett, Jose Diaz-Garayua, Michael Drake, Horacio Ferriz, Michael Fleming, Andrew Gardner, Marina Gerson, Michele Gordon, Mark Grobner, Terry Jones, Brian Jue, Patrick Kelly, Ann Kohlhaas, Ian Littlewood, David Martin, Wendy Matthew, Philip Magner, Alison McNally, Dave Menshew, Susan Mokhtari, Shane Phillips, Robert Rogers, Phil Rojas, Julia Sankey, Jeffery Scales, Koni Stone, Wing To, Gary Williams, Stuart Wooley, Jim Youngblom, Liangmin Zhang, Rose Zhang
Biology Student Association, Pre-Health Society, Enoch High School Forensics Biotechnology, Math and SIAM Clubs, SPS Club, Student Nurses Association, Warriors Chemistry Club, Geography Club,
Office of Service Learning: Julie Fox, Brett Forray, Jennifer Sturtevant
College of Science: Becky Campbell
Breanna Hale, Norma Hernandez
Miriam Ureno Moreno
Special Thanks To:
Donna Pierce and the Stan State Class of 2012 for their contribution to the Trans-California Pathway Project.
Dave Menshew and students from Enoch High School for helping us understand why it is important to learn science.
Students from Dutcher Junior High School Solar Suitcase team.
Emily Lawrence and the National Ag Science Center (NASC) for their constant support of science
Philip Magner and Texas Instruments for the loan of equipment.
The College of Education, Kinesiology and Social Work
Dean Oddmund Myhre and Tara Ribero, Teacher Recruitment and Retention
And a Special Thanks to the Following for Their Financial Support Making Science Day Possible:
"There is grandeur in this view of life. ...[that] from so simple a beginning endless forms most beautiful and most wonderful have been, and are being, evolved."
~ Charles Darwin