Brittney Battiste

Writer

Location icon United States of America

I love to communicate in writing and through verbal. I like to become a health communication specialist. I have written science and agriculture articles for school newspaper The Signal.

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The Signal
02/12/2015
Fourth Annual Science Day a success - The Signal

California State University, Stanislaus held their fourth annual Science Day on Feb. 7 at the Naraghi Hall of Science. The event is a fun way for kids to not only participate in activities but to educate themselves on different forms of science and math.

The Signal
03/02/2015
CVMSA Activities and Lunch - The Signal

The Central Valley Math & Science Alliance (CVMSA) held a student and faculty engagement Feb. 24 in the South Dining Hall. The CVMSA helps serve students at California State University, Stanislaus majoring in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geology, Math or Physics.

The Signal
02/20/2015
Welcome back and Research - The Signal

Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Program (LSAMP) held their first meeting of the semester in the South Dining Hall Feb. 12. The meeting was led by Dr. Melanie Martin, Associate Professor for the department of Computer Science, and was a great way to welcome back Science and Math scholars as well as get reacquainted with peers and professors.

The Signal
03/02/2015
Stanislaus Green Team - The Signal

The California State University, Stanislaus Green Team held a meeting Feb. 19 in the Kirk Lindsey Center. It was led by Rikki Schmeeckle of the Green Team and speaker Anthony Preston. The Stanislaus Green Team program is a free service offered via the Modesto Chamber of Commerce.

The Signal
03/06/2015
Bio Student Association Meeting - The Signal

The Biology Student Association held a meeting on Mar. 3 in the Science building at California State University, Stanislaus. This was an informational meeting and student interactive activity about abstracts. As the biology students get ready for some research, it is important they understand the aspect of abstracts.

The Signal
03/24/2015
Spartina Attacks, Bio Student Association Meeting - The Signal

The Biology Student Association held a meeting on March 17 in the Science building at California State University, Stanislaus. Dr. Michael Fleming was a guest speaker this week from the CSU Stanislaus department of Biological Sciences. He gave a presentation on his research he conducted from 2002 to 2005 on plants, specifically "Spartina."

The Signal
03/22/2015
Science Saturday: Sea Urchin Fertilization Lab - The Signal

Science Saturday was held March 21 by Dr. Mark Grobner and students in the Naraghi Hall of Science at California State University, Stanislaus. Science Saturday introduced sea urchins to kids in fifth and sixth grade. The students were able to learn how to fertilize a sea urchin.

The Signal
04/27/2015
Internship opportunities at Delicato Family Vineyards - The Signal

On April 24, Delicato Family Vineyards presented at California State University, Stanislaus in the Chemistry Research Session. Delicato Family Vineyards is a third generation family wine business that first planted their grapes in 1924. They are the ninth largest winery in the United States and produce many different types of wines.

The Signal
04/30/2015
Fourth Annual Poster Celebration by College of Sciences - The Signal

The college of Science is to host their fourth annual poster celebration on Mon. May 11 in the lobby of Naraghi Hall of Science between 3p.m to 5p.m. This is a great opportunity for students to showcase their work and get the public interested in such work students have been engaging in during the academic year.

The Signal
04/30/2015
U.S Congressman makes statement on CA water restrictions - The Signal

Although there has been drought issues throughout the United States of America nothing has been worse than the state of California. The central valley california has a bad drought with little to no water. This c ould affect California's agriculture, farmers, and crops. According to denham.house.gov, U.S.