Teaching Classrooms, Laboratories, and Other Resources

Anthropology

Anthropology Museum


Biological Science

Arboretum

Greenhouses (4000 plants)

Vertebrate Museum

Vivarium - A collection of living animals, of the vertebrates we have amphibians and reptiles mostly & of the invertebrates we have insects, arachnids mostly. This resource is used for outreach (tours) and enrichment of laboratory curriculum at CSUS. Contact: Jana Shober

Entomology Museum - A teaching and research collection of preserved insects and other arthropods; also used in outreach activities. Contact: Dr Patrick Foley

CSUS Herbarium - A teaching collection of preserved (herbarium mounts) native and exotic plant specimens. Contact Dr. Michael Baad

Exotherm museum - A teaching and research collection of fish mostly but also amphibians and reptiles. Contact: Dr. Ron Coleman


Chemistry

Specialized Equipment Labs (including FT Infrared Spectrometers, Hewlet Packard GC-MS 5989B System and much more)

Computer Lab


Electrical Engineering

Electronics Lab

Digital Signal Processing Lab

Microwave Lab

Optics Lab

Robotics Lab

Power Electronics Lab

Projects Lab

Semiconductor Fabrication Lab

Visual Instrumentation Lab


Geography

Paleoecology Lab


Geology

Hydrology Well Field


Nursing

Smart Dummies Lab


Physics & Astronomy

Anechoic Chamber

Electro-Optics Lab

Electronics Lab

Observatory


Speech Pathology & Audiology

Maryjane Rees Language, Speech, and Hearing Center


Inventory Listing | STEM Pathways | Student Retention & Success | STEM Education | STEM Infastructure | STEM Faculty Professional Development Opportunities