A partnership between Stanislaus State and local services has served more than 10,000 welfare recipients to foster positive self-esteem, improve self-care, and enhance personal empowerment and well-being.
Graduate student Christina Robinson is studying the distribution and population dynamics of the mud snail, a non-native species that has invaded streams that support threatened and endangered species.
Research conducted by a team of Stanislaus State students could help cut agriculture costs and speed up production of a vital ingredient in livestock feed.
An innovative program engages faculty and students in projects that address regional watershed management issues.
How do institutional arrangements and resources shape the experiences of children on the autism spectrum? New research hopes to lead to potentially novel solutions for parents.
Dr. Matthew Clark, associate professor of geography and global studies, received NASA funding to design a processing framework that will lay the foundation for producing improved maps from future Earth-observation satellites.
Researchers are examining experiences among farmworker families in North San Diego County to provide essential data to North County Health Services prevention and intervention programs.
New research aims to provide insight into how infectious diseases thrive and spread in freshwater ecosystems, and cause severe or life-threatening illnesses in humans.
Associate Professor of Physics Gerardo Dominguez is conducting laboratory experiments that attempt to recreate the physical and chemical conditions in the earliest days of our solar system.
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More than 1,000 legislative hearings have been transcribed into Digital Democracy, a student-built project that makes searchable video files readily available to users.
An open-source software project, co-led by Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, supports reproducible and collaborative scientific computing and data science across a wide range of programming languages.
The CubeSat Research Program, a broad, long-term, multi-agency effort, aims to increase scientific discoveries by reducing barriers to space exploration and providing hands-on learning on an international scale.
After a series of hate ads aired on regional public transportation, one San José State professor directed a program to address prejudice and discrimination through photography.
How a summer study program on the island of Nevis led to important discoveries about the lives of indigenous pre-contact Caribbean peoples.
San José State undergraduate students search for new galaxies by poring through public data sets, including observations from the Hubble Space Telescope.