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.

National Acrobats of China bring their art to CSUMB

National Acrobats of China visit CSUMB Sept. 17

World Theater season opens with Sept. 17 performance

Acrobatics is an ancient art form in China.

CSUMB charts 'bold course' for next decade

President's annual State of the University address kicks off new school year

President Eduardo Ochoa delivered an upbeat State of the University address Aug. 21 at the World Theater as he noted school achievements as well as plans for the future.

Health sciences, human services dean named

Long Beach State educator to lead new college

Britt Rios-Ellis, a professor of health sciences at Long Beach State and director of the National Council of La Raza/CSULB Center for Latino Community Health, Evaluation and Leadership Training, has been named the founding dean of Cal State Monterey Bay's College of Health Sciences and Human Services.

Art in the service of science

CSUMB grad tackles the evolution of birds

Jane Kim seems to like big projects.

A few months ago, after more than three year of development and painting, the science illustrator completed Migrating Mural: Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep. The project, a series of six murals along the migrating route of the endangered species, was completed in the spring when the final touches were put on the northernmost installation, at the Mono Lake Visitor Center. The murals are located along a 120-mile stretch of Route 395 in Northern California.