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.
While other students are returning to the classroom this fall, Wendy Holman is heading to Washington, D.C., where she will spend the semester working in the office of a member of the House of Representatives.
As students prepare to return to campus, they don't have to worry about buying the latest technology. They can rent it by the week, month or semester at CSU Monterey Bay's TechRent store.
This fall, the store is back for its fifth year, offering students an affordable alternative to costly purchases.
Since the spring of 2010, TechRent has saved students more than $616,000 in equipment purchase costs and generated nearly $66,000 in rental fees. That money supports the store's operations and covers the cost of purchasing additional technology.
Algebra Academy gives middle schoolers a head start
More than 100 incoming eighth-graders will spend the last days of their summer break immersed in math at the Bruce W. Woolpert Algebra Academy, which began Aug. 7 at Graniterock headquarters in Watsonville.