Bikes can be rented at the Otter Cycle CenterOtter Pedal 2014 is coming to CSUMB Oct. 28

Students, faculty and staff are invited to pedal their way around campus, collecting information and prizes as they go.

Scholarship fund makes headlines

Awards surpass $1 million mark

After former Los Angeles Times photojournalist Alwin Krause died in 2002, his wife, Marian Krause, thought about how she could honor him.

She also wanted to pay tribute to her husband’s great-aunt, Florence Campbell Rathom, one of the first female journalists to work at the Providence Journal in Rhode Island.

Forum addresses the business of healthy eating

'Greater Vision' forum looks at public health and agriculture

The “Greater Vision” series of public forums on topics important to local agriculture and the larger community continues Oct. 22 at California State University, Monterey Bay. The topic is “The Business of Healthy Eating.”

Valley of the Heart comes to World Theater

Story of love and endurance staged Oct. 18 and 19

Valley of the Heart explores themes that are ever-present in California – immigration, racism, identity – and folds them into a love story and a history lesson.

Creating a thousand lights

CSUMB joins statewide message of hope

California State University campuses throughout the state are holding candle-lighting events this month to send a message of support, understanding and comfort to those who have been impacted by suicide or other mental health-related challenges.

Alcohol Awareness Week comes to CSUMB

National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness WeekAs part of National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week (NCAAW) Oct. 20–25, CSU Monterey Bay is offering panel discussions, games, displays and other activities to help students understand the ramifications of alcohol and its effect.

Beyond rhythm

Master of the mbira celebrates melody, harmony in African music

CSU Monterey Bay’s concert series continues on Oct. 24 when the community is invited to an afternoon of African music and culture with mbira and marimba master Cosmas Magaya of Zimbabwe.

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.