Undergraduate research pays off big

For the next three years, Allison Moreno won't have to worry about how she will pay for graduate school.

UROC logoThe Cal State Monterey Bay senior has received a prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.

Mona the Mammoth symbolizes Earth Day at CSUMB

A long-extinct creature roams the earth – at least CSUMB's piece of it – once again.

Mona the Mammoth has a shaggy purple headMona the Mammoth is part of CSUMB's celebration of Earth Day, and will remain on display through May 17.

Professor, grad student work to protect Big Sur River

Sam Phillips works on a watershed plan for he Big Sur RiverDoug Smith, professor in the Division of Science and Environmental Policy, and graduate student Sam Phillips are collaborating with federal and state resource agencies to develop the Big Sur River Watershed Management Plan. 

Music students shine in May

Student recitals May 9 and 10

piano keysHighlights from "West Side Story," the hit Broadway musical and film, will be performed at CSU Monterey Bay’s spring concert on May 4.

College of Business reaches out to the world

Scholar from India visits campus, collaborates on research

In February, CSU Monterey Bay’s College of Business welcomed its first visiting scholar.

Dr. Ganesh SahuDr. Ganesh Sahu may be the first international researcher to visit, but he’s not likely to be the last.

Marine debris: How do you pitch in?

Annual Sanctuary Currents symposium set for April 26

Most people are aware of our role in polluting the oceans. It is a rare trip to the beach, even here in the beautiful Monterey Bay, that doesn't involve the discovery of marine debris in some form – a beer can, bottle cap or cigarette butt. But there are many potential solutions, from small-scale beach cleanups to much larger scale bans on plastic bags.

CSUMB staff member named Broadband Champion

Arlene Krebs acts to close the digital divide

Arlene Krebs, technology development officer at CSU Monterey Bay, has been named a 2014 Broadband Champion by the California Emerging Technology Fund.

Student plugs into Tesla

Lands summer internship with upscale car company

It’s hard to tell who is more excited about Brett Roberts’ summer internship at Tesla – Roberts or his professor, Jonathan Shu.

Shu, who calls Tesla “one of the hottest companies in Silicon Valley,” said he “nagged” his students to apply for summer jobs, and specifically mentioned Tesla, the electric car company headquartered in Palo Alto. (Manufacturing and production take place at the former Nummi plant in Fremont.)

Public invited to April 4 flute concert

Piece by CSUMB faculty member Lanier Sammons to be performed

Wayla Chambo will perform at CSUMB April 4Wayla J. Chambo will present a program of works for flute at a free public performance April 4 at CSU Monterey Bay.

The 7 p.m. concert will be held in the Music Hall, located on Sixth Avenue near Butler Street.

Social Justice Colloquium looks at LGBT issues

This year’s Social Justice Colloquium at CSU Monterey Bay examines lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history, political organizing and the meaning of justice.