Teens tackle technology at summer camp

Sixty high school students are on campus July 7-15, learning how to program robots and design video games.

Reaching out to the world

CSU Monterey Bay’s reach extends far beyond California’s Central Coast. About 100 students from other nations attend CSUMB each year for a semester or two, and at least that many CSUMB students travel abroad.

CAMP gives student a helping hand

Ashley Rojas was nervous about attending college and scared of failing.

Ashley RojasBut thanks to the College Assistance Migrant Program, she was able to get over her fears and get the support she needed to succeed.

CAMP grant helps migrant students attain college dream

California State University, Monterey Bay has received a $2.1 million federal grant aimed at enrolling more migrant students in higher education.

TAT grad moves up to major studio feature

July 11 is the day Planet of the Apes fans have been anticipating, as “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” premieres nationwide.

David KashevaroffFor CSUMB graduate David Kashevaroff, that opening represents the culmination of about two years of work, and an important milestone in his successful career as a film editor.

CSUMB recognized for preparedness efforts

CSU Monterey Bay’s efforts to prepare for natural disasters have won recognition from the National Weather Service.

High school students imagine college . . .

. . . and qualify for a scholarship to help pay for it

High school students study filmmaking as part of Imagine CollegeDuring June, small groups of aspiring filmmakers could be seen around campus. They aren’t college students – not yet anyway.

President Ochoa joins coalition to support Common Core

CSU Monterey Bay President Eduardo Ochoa has joined more than 200 college and university leaders from 33 states in a new coalition, Higher Ed for Higher Standards, to mobilize in support of the Common Core State Standards.

Faculty member at White House summit

CSU Monterey Bay faculty member Lisa Stewart is taking her research on work-family issues to a national stage.

Learning about leadership

Student body presidents gather for annual Panetta Institute seminar

Ian Olden of CSU Monterey Bay was one of 28 students who attended the Panetta Institute for Public Policy’s annual Student Leadership Seminar in June.