Milestone marked in BIT building construction

At an informal gathering on June 12, CSU Monterey Bay staff members were joined by representatives of the architect and contractor to sign a beam that will be used in construction of the Business and Information Technology building.

Dr. Lindholm goes to Washington

At Capitol Hill Ocean Week, held June 10-12, marine scientists and others interested in the state of the world’s oceans gathered in Washington, D.C.

Dr. James LindholmAmong them was CSU Monterey Bay Professor James Lindholm, who was there on behalf of the CSU Council on Ocean Affairs, Science and Technology (COAST).

Student housing complex under construction

Rendering of the Promontory at CSUMB

Rising to the north of campus is a four-story student housing project, set to open in the fall of 2015.

Math major adds up research opportunities

“I know I made the right decision coming to CSUMB,” said Lilyana Gross. “The school and the faculty have gotten me where I am today.”

Summer school of a different sort

UROCers fan out across the country for research experiences

For some college students, summer is a time to put the books away for a few months and kick back.

Dean named for new College of Education

Jose Luis Alvarado, who has served as associate dean for the College of Education at San Diego Dr. Jose Luis Alvarado joins CSUMB from San Diego StateState University since 2010, has been named dean of Cal State Monterey Bay’s newly created College of Education.

Mural graces library's main floor

CSU Monterey Bay has recently added to its collection of historically significant works of art.

A long way from home

Cycling across America to help the homeless

After commencement, Daniel Troia didn't spent much time celebrating. Nine days after receiving his degree in kinesiology, he and current student Luke Young headed off on a 3,500-mile cross-country bike ride to see America and to raise money for a good cause.

Classes, camps, conferences -- summer at CSUMB

CSU Summer Arts program highlights activities

Campus quad in the early morning on a summer dayEspecially on foggy days, visitors can be excused for thinking that CSU Monterey Bay’s campus is quiet during the summer.

Historically African American sorority comes to campus

For more than a century, the Delta Sigma Theta sorority has been committed to public service, with a primary focus on the black community.

Insert a description of the image here.Now, there is a chapter at CSU Monterey Bay, the first historically African American sorority established on campus.