Workshop examines disability access

Public invited to March 27 event

The community is invited to a workshop at CSU Monterey Bay intended to increase awareness of people with disabilities.

CSUMB finishes sixth in college fishing championship

CSU Monterey Bay’s team of Matthew Diaz and Sebastian Resendiz braved frigid, windy conditions to finish sixth in the college fishing national championship in Seneca, S.C., March 6-8.

Undergraduate Research Week at CSUMB

National Undergraduate Research Week takes place April 14 through 18.

At CSU Monterey Bay, it’s an annual celebration of research and creative activity. Undergraduates can explore the opportunities available to them and find ways to get involved.

Alumnus' work on display at Steinbeck Center

'The Art of Fiction' includes sculptures by VPA gra

Lew AytesWork by alumnus Lew Aytes will be on display at the National Steinbeck Center through April 20.

Zumbathon raises funds for Relay for Life

CSUMB Rotaract Club organizes March 29 event

The CSU Monterey Bay Rotaract Club will host a Zumbathon to benefit the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life from 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, March 29 at Water City Skate in Marina.

One man's fight to stop street violence

Dr. David Kennedy of Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government will speak at CSU Monterey Bay on March 28 as the President’s Speaker Series continues.

An Afro-American woman's life in Africa

Pete and Charlotte O'NealCharlotte O'Neal, an artist, poet, musician and community activist from Tanzania, will visit CSU Monterey Bay on March 13.

MENding Monologues returns to CSUMB

Following on the heels of Eve Ensler’s “Vagina Monologues,” CSU Monterey Bay students continue their campaign to end sexual violence against women with three performances of the “The MENding Monologues.”

Turning kids loose on Dr. Seuss

Olson Elementary School in Marina celebrated Read Across America Day on March 3, with help from some student-athletes at CSU Monterey Bay.

Psychology students get real-world experience

Kinship Center collaborates with CSUMB

Cal State Monterey Bay faculty member Kathryn England-Aytes believes in the power of real-world experience.

As a lecturer in psychology, she works to give her students a chance to learn first-hand from professionals.