Congratulations to the Rocket Owls, Galactic Owls and CAPE Owls teams for successfully completing the 2016 NASA Student Launch, NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge and Shell Eco-marathon competition.
Vision: Citrus Research in Science and Engineering (RISE) will work toward ensuring that all Citrus students who are interested and committed to enrich their education with team-based, year-long research projects culminating with intercollegiate competitions in STEM fields gain such experience. In addition, RISE will create opportunities for participant students to make their work public and to become active participants in increasing STEM awareness throughout the community by conducting presentations and facilitating hands-on workshops for K-8 students.
The mission of the RISE program at Citrus College is to assist students in:
• Identifying projects based on what they are passionate about
• Defining research goals
• Working toward accomplishing their research goals
• Presenting and publishing research findings
• Spreading their knowledge and passion about science and engineering to the community
• Seeking funding for their research and outreach efforts
California Space Grant Consortium
Citrus College Foundation
Glendora Education Foundation
La Verne Power Equipment
Popla International Inc.
University of Southern California Pulsed Power Research
Timothy J. Ferguson, M.D.
Rosalinda and Leigh Buchwald
Basic CNC Routing Service
For more information about the Citrus College RISE program, please contact Dr. Lucia Riderer, RISE faculty advisor,