Stanislaus Research


  • Health

    Paving the Way to Work Through Wellness

    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.

  • Agriculture

    Monitoring the Spread of Invasive Aquatic Snails

    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.

  • Biomedical

    Boosting Agriculture Production Through Microbiology

    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.

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