CSUMB awarded $8.6 million to boost teacher quality

CSU Monterey Bay has received one of 24 grants from the U.S Department of Education to recruit, train and support new teachers primarily in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

World Affairs Council honors CSUMB students

The World Affairs Council of the Monterey Bay Area has awarded scholarships to two students from California State University, Monterey Bay.

CSUMB presents an evening with Lea DeLaria

Orange is the New Black actress visits Oct. 15

An evening with Lea DeLaria will highlight Cal State Monterey Bay’s celebration of LGBTQ history month.

Lea DeLariaDeLaria’s talk, followed by a question-and-answer session, will get under way at 7 p.m., Oct. 15, in the University Center ballroom.

Protecting intellectual property

Entrepreneurship Forum set for Oct. 14

For most startup companies, their intellectual property, including their brand, logo, taglines, documents and innovations, are their most important assets. Those assets need to be protected from competitive infringement.

The Class of 3 Million is coming

Class of 3 Million logoWhen graduates cross the stage at commencement next May, they will join not only the Class of 2015, but also The Class of 3 Million – three million graduates of the California State University system.

It’s one of the largest alumni networks in the world.

Concert offers an array of new music

A/B Duo

CSU Monterey Bay’s concert series resumes on Oct. 13 with a free performance by A/B Duo.

Included in the program is a new piece for contrabass flute and percussion written by Monterey County native Ned McGowan.

Grants help students GEAR UP for college

Middle school students in Monterey County will be better equipped for college thanks to federal grants awarded to Cal State Monterey Bay.

Insert a description of the image here.The money will allow 3,620 students to be served in San Ardo, San Lucas, Greenfield, King City, Salinas and Seaside.

ShakeOut shakes things up on Oct. 16

The Big One – it’s not a matter of “if,” Californians have been told. It’s a matter of “when.”

At 10:16 on the morning of Oct. 16, members of the CSU Monterey Bay community are invited to join millions of people in this year’s Great California ShakeOut drill to prepare for the inevitable by practicing the drop, cover and hold on move.

Mayan health and agricultural practices topic of Oct. 6 talk

Professor Bernardo Ca'amal ItzáProfessor Bernardo Ca’amal Itzá, the United Nations representative for the Mayan People, will visit Cal State Monterey Bay on Oct. 6 as part of Hispanic Heritage Month.