CSU Monterey Bay celebrates Native American Heritage Month in November with talks, a film screening, a poetry reading, photography exhibit, musical performance and panel discussion – all around the theme of “generational voices.”
The public is invited to learn about California State University, Monterey Bay's master’s degree program in Instructional Science and Technology at an open house on Nov. 6.
The program prepares students for positions in the fast-changing fields of modern education and training. It enables graduates to advance in their current careers and will position them to assume leadership roles in education and training.
While penguins and seals call it home, there are few permanent human residents on Antarctica. But, each year, several thousand people temporarily reside at research stations scattered across the continent.
At the moment, two of them are CSU Monterey Bay alumni.
“Innovators, upstarts and mythmakers: the deep origins of Silicon Valley” will be the topic addressed by Stanford professor Paul Saffo on Nov. 4, when the President’s Speaker Series returns to Cal State Monterey Bay.
CSU Monterey Bay students recently got hands-on experience teaching scientific concepts such as Archimedes’ principle and Newton’s theory of gravity through their application to golf.
The future teachers served as mentors in the Chevron STEM Zone, an interactive exhibit that highlights the scientific side of sports through a variety of hands-on learning stations for youngsters. The idea is that sports can make science more engaging.