Higher Education Roundup: “Grant will boost diversity in physics, astronomy

A group of 16 California State University and nine University of California campuses will use a $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation to increase diversity in physics and astronomy through the Cal-Bridge program. Cal-Bridge was launched four years ago at Cal Poly Pomona to create a pathway for students from multiple Cal State campuses to attend Ph.D. programs in physics and astronomy at University of California campuses.

This story appeared in Press Enterprise October 7.

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