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Student Research Scholars (SRS) Program

Funded by Cal State Bakersfield Foundation, the SRS Program supports student-faculty teams with a $2,000 award each to conduct and complete a project involving research, scholarship, or creative activity.

For more information, please click the link below:

2019-20 Student Research Scholars Program Application Guidelines

Apply at: https://csub.infoready4.com

2019-20 Student Research Scholars electronic application is now closed.

2020-21 Application will open Spring 2020.

Announcements:

Congratulations to the 2019-20 CSUB Student Research Scholars Program Recipients!

Program Roster

2019-20 CSUB Student Research Scholars Roster

Award Recipients

2019-20 President's Associates Scholarship Award Recipients - Frederick S. Macomber Student: Layla Vasquez

SRS Pictures

2019-20 SRS Pictures

For questions and assistance, please contact our office at 654-2231 or visit us at DDH D108.

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2019-20 CSUB Student Research Scholars Program

Student Research Scholars Program group

 

 

 

 

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2018-19 CSUB Student Research Scholars Program

Program Roster

2018-19 CSUB Student Research Scholars Roster

Award Recipients

2018-19 President's Associates Scholarship Award Recipients

SRS Pictures

2018-19 SRS Pictures

2017-18 CSUB Student Research Scholars Program

Program Roster

2017-18 CSUB Student Research Scholars Roster

Award Recipients

2017-18 President's Associates Scholarship Award Recipients

2016-17 CSUB Student Research Scholars Program 

Program Roster

2016-17 CSUB Student Research Scholars Roster

Award Recipients

2016-17 President's Associates Scholarship Award Recipients



Sociology

2019-20 Student Research Scholar Delila Solis with Faculty Advisor, Doreen Anderson- Facile


Chemistry & Biochemistry

2019-20 Student Research Scholar Brenden Chase with Faculty Advisor, Danielle Solano

Psychology

2019-20 Student Research Scholar Katia McEvoy-Holguin with Faculty Advisor, Richard Zamora