Enduring one final test – a two-hour-plus ceremony on a warm and breezy day – about 1,300 CSU Monterey Bay students celebrated their graduation May 18 in Freeman Stadium on the Seaside campus.
Did you know there are Emmy awards for sports broadcasting?
Several dozen of them were handed out in New York on May 7 at the annual Sports Emmy Awards event.
The Marina Skate Park is now adorned with a bright new mural, courtesy of Matt Floriani and his capstone project.
The Marina Youth Center provided funding for materials. Floriani worked with youngsters from the center and nearby Los Arboles Middle School.
President Ochoa is pleased to announce that 23 summer faculty projects in the area of innovative teaching and learning have been funded through the generous support of the CSUMB Annual Fund.
The projects are focused on innovative ways to serve students, and include approaches that address scalability, use of technology, and incorporation of new pedagogies.
Faculty projects from across the university have been funded:
Ed Carapezza (TAT ’13) has launched the National Music Sanctuary, a podcast and video series.
Two CSUMB alumni have made their feature film directorial debut with a powerful examination of love and loss.
“Forty Years from Yesterday,” by Robert Machoian (TAT ’07) and Rodrigo Ojeda-Beck (TAT ’09), will have its world premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival in June.
Nicholas Fryou is this year’s recipient of the Monterey County Film Commission’s student scholarship.
The gowns worn by CSU Monterey Bay’s graduates will still be black, but come commencement day on May 18, they’ll also be green.
CSU Monterey Bay and Hartnell College have received a grant of $1.1 million to support their new three-year degree program in Computer Science and Information Technology.
The first Otter Realm Awards, recognizing students who have done excellent work in journalism – including print, video, photography and page design – were handed out at a campus ceremony on May 8.