A few months ago, after more than three year of development and painting, the science illustrator completed Migrating Mural: Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep. The project, a series of six murals along the migrating route of the endangered species, was completed in the spring when the final touches were put on the northernmost installation, at the Mono Lake Visitor Center. The murals are located along a 120-mile stretch of Route 395 in Northern California.
President Eduardo Ochoa delivered an upbeat State of the University address at the World Theater as he noted school achievements as well as plans for the future.
“It has been an outstanding year for Cal State Monterey Bay,” President Ochoa said. “We are growing and playing a more integral role in the life of our community,” he said, referring to enrollment growth, hiring of more tenure-track faculty members and an expansion of service to the community.