SCIENCE / COMPUTER SCIENCE / MATH / PRE-ENGINEERING

WHAT HAVE
OUR STUDENTS
BEEN UP TO?

Engineers in
SUNGLASSES

Our pre-engineering students work with local businesses to design and install solar water systems.

salmon MODELS

Our students work in the field with fish biologists to save salmon and lamprey.

FERTILIZER FILTER

Students are researching the use of biochar as an alternative “green” source for fertilizing crops.

WATER TESTING

Students helped with research to determine the quality of Yakima Valley well water in an effort to improve public health.

oceanus voyage

Student projects include working aboard the research vessel Oceanus to study the Pacific lamprey.

RADIATION EDUCATION

Our math majors have worked with Hanford contractors to build mathematical computer models to track contaminated underground plumes of nuclear contamination.

NATIONAL PODIUMS

Students regularly present at national professional science and technology conferences like SACNAS, AISES and ABRCMS.

PALEO STUDIES

Students are researching weather patterns from thousands of years ago by studying the sediment left in lake beds.

A few of
our grads.

Wil Badonie

Wil Badonie

Environmental Specialist

Yakima Nation Dept. of Natural Resources

B.S., Natural Sciences, 2012

Meadow Rodriguez

Meadow Rodriguez

IS GRC Analyst

Costco Headquarters

B.A. Computer Science (2014)

Marcus Morales

Marcus Morales

Graduate Student at University of New Mexico

B.A. Mathematics, 2016