Girls interested in pursuing a career in marine science are exploring their options this week through a program at CSU Monterey Bay.
Rose Ashbach, a graduate student in the Applied Marine and Watershed Science program at CSU Monterey Bay, has left her mark on the campus while helping the university implement its master plan.
As of July 1, the Business and Information Technology (BIT) building was approximately 40 percent complete.
CSU Monterey Bay’s Return of the Natives program is getting some help from Whole Foods shoppers.
From July through September, shoppers at the grocery chain’s Monterey store can request that the five-cent refund they receive from bringing their own bags be directed to RON.
CSU Monterey Bay alumna Erika D’Auria has turned her capstone project into an exhibit at the Monterey Museum of Art.
D’Auria (VPA 2014) is the guest curator of Define:/self/ – Exploring Female Identity, which opens July 11 at the museum’s Pacific Street location.
Sixty high school students are on campus July 7-15, learning how to program robots and design video games.
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.
Ashley Rojas was nervous about attending college and scared of failing.
But thanks to the College Assistance Migrant Program, she was able to get over her fears and get the support she needed to succeed.
California State University, Monterey Bay has received a $2.1 million federal grant aimed at enrolling more migrant students in higher education.
July 11 is the day Planet of the Apes fans have been anticipating, as “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” premieres nationwide.
For 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.