Learn what to do in an emergency

Preparedness Fair set for Sept. 11

Should a disaster strike, university officials want campus community members to be prepared, educated on what to do and have the resources and training to be emergency-ready.

Faculty, grad student work on novel way to manage grasslands

Dr. Suzy Worcester and John Inman, a graduate student in CSU Monterey Bay’s applied marine and watershed science program, have been working with Bruce Delgado at the Bureau of Land Management to manage 2,500 acres of coastal grasslands at Fort Ord National Monument.

Aspiring math teacher earns CSU award

Jesus Ochoa PerezCal State Monterey Bay sophomore Jesus Ochoa Perez has been chosen for a CSU Trustees' Award for Outstanding Achievement. He and the other award winners will be honored on Sept. 9 at the CSU board meeting in Long Beach.

Watershed alumni work on San Clemente Dam project

'Happy Fish, Happy Frogs' crew

Evan De Lay, Sheldon Leiker, and Elizabeth Geisler, graduates of CSU Monterey Bay's Applied Marine and Watershed Science program, are working on the removal of the San Clemente Dam from the Carmel River.

CSUMB makes magazine list of top schools

CSU Monterey Bay fared well in the annual College Guide and Rankings released Aug. 25 by Washington Monthly magazine.

Alumna earns first Perry Scholarship

Maritza Bautista’s third-grade teacher influenced her career choice.

“Just as she helped me, I want to return the favor to my community,” said the CalState TEACH student and Salinas resident. “I want to be as committed as she was.”

Move-in day heralds start of school year

Largest enrollment in CSUMB's history

Insert a description of the image here.Aug. 22 was move-in day at Cal State Monterey Bay, where incoming students said hello to new roommates and goodbye to parents.

Over the weekend, freshmen and transfers were joined by returning students for the start of classes on Aug. 25.