Alumna serves Navajo Nation


Carrie Drouin (HCOM ’03) has joined the Washington office of the Navajo Nation, where she serves as a government and legislative affairs associate.

Insert a description of the image here.She works on issues around health, housing, taxation and social services.

CSUMB celebrated for civic engagement

Service learning highlighted at national conference

In 2013, CSU Monterey Bay was selected as one of five colleges and universities to receive the Higher Education Civic Engagement Award presented by The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars and the New York Life Foundation.

The university’s work in student and community engagement was promoted again at the Association of American Colleges & Universities’ 2014 annual conference held Jan. 22-25 in Washington, D.C.

Alum's film examines life of legendary coach

Pete Newell influenced generations of players, coaches

Doug Harris has been making films for nearly 20 years. He perfected his media skills by earning a Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies at CSU Monterey Bay in 1998.

His most recent documentary, Basketball Guru: The Pete Newell Story, has been shown on Collegeinsider.com and featured in a variety of media outlets, including Chronicle Live, a program on the Comcast Bay Area TV channel.

CSUMB earns three transportation awards

Bike Bunker project, two students honored

CSU Monterey Bay's work to promote alternative transportation has garnered three excellence awards from the Transportation Agency for Monterey County. The awards were among 10 presented at TAMC's board meeting on Jan. 22; they recognize individuals, groups and businesses for efforts to improve the way people get around in Monterey County.

Learn about the science behind Central Coast landscapes

CSUMB professor lectures at P.G. Museum of Natural History Jan. 23

Dr. Doug Smith will talk at the P.G. Museum Jan. 23Artists and art lovers are drawn to spectacular Central Coast vistas. They paint and photograph rugged mountains, marine terraces, sea cliffs, landslides, tombolos and hoodoos.

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Record number of applications for fall

Biggest enrollment ever expected 

Students who want to attend California State University, Monterey Bay in fall 2014 have some tough competition.

Several thousand people visited campus for the 2013 Open HouseFor the fifth straight year, CSUMB received a record number of freshmen applications.

CSUMB professor featured in Monterey video

TAT graduate was film's director

Professor Ruben MendozaThe city of Monterey has produced a video that highlights the work of CSUMB Professor Ruben Mendoza and his students.

Open University opens up opportunities

Open University logoMaybe you’re interested in pursuing your bachelor's degree, preparing for a promotion at work or just want one class while you take some time off from an out-of-town university.

Festival benefits Return of the Natives

Adventure awaits at Banff Mountain Film Festival's world tour

Banff Mountain Film Festival screening benefits RONExperience adventure on the big screen – from mountaintops to crashing waves to foaming river rapids – when the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour makes a stop at Monterey’s Golden State Theatre on Feb.

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Osher Lifelong Learning Institute brings folks back to school

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