School of Math, Science, and Health Professions
The Speakers Symposium Series is designed to give students and the college community an opportunity to meet renowned research scientists, learn about their respective areas of expertise, and explore career options in emerging technological fields as well as research areas of interest. Scheduled to occur during the spring semester of each academic year, sessions consist of 60 to 90 minute presentations, culminating in an open forum discussion which allows audience members to interact directly with the distinguished guests. Faculty and staff of the Mathematics, Sciences, and Engineering Division are acknowledged and thanked for their support as well as willingness to help organize this series. Ultimately, we desire to expand the horizons of our students and surrounding community, encouraging all to investigate, question, and learn more about contemporary research and recent developments pertaining to the study of mathematics, sciences, and engineering.Please view the links below to access abstracts pertaining to current and prior presentations. If you are interested in presenting, feel free to contact the division dean, Omar Torres, at 661-362-3135 or firstname.lastname@example.org.