Krista Almanzan, news director of KAZU, has won two regional Edward R. Murrow Awards for excellence in electronic journalism. The awards are given by the Radio, Television, Digital News Association.
Education is at the heart of Earth Day – which is really Earth Week at CSU Monterey Bay.
Two more CSU Monterey Bay students have benefitted from the generosity of Barbara Baldock and Phillip Butler.
The Monterey residents have sponsored students through CSU Monterey Bay’s Undergraduate Research Opportunities Center since 2010-11.
“We see it as helping give a little bit of a push to students on their way to a higher-level degree,” Dr. Butler told the university’s magazine several years ago.
CSU Monterey Bay reference and instruction librarian Sarah Dahlen personifies public service.
She has worked as an adult education teacher in a family literacy program in Arizona, and, in 2013, used her library skills to help youngsters in Guatemala through Librarians Without Borders (LWB).
Three days of film showings – part of the 13th annual Reel Work May Day Labor Film Festival – will be held on the campus of Cal State Monterey Bay.
The festival features films that illuminate the lives and struggles of workers in the United States and around the world.
For the next three years, Allison Moreno won't have to worry about how she will pay for graduate school.
The Cal State Monterey Bay senior has received a prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
A long-extinct creature roams the earth – at least CSUMB's piece of it – once again.
Mona the Mammoth is part of CSUMB's celebration of Earth Day, and will remain on display through May 17.
Doug 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.
Highlights from "West Side Story," the hit Broadway musical and film, will be performed at CSU Monterey Bay’s spring concert on May 4.
In February, CSU Monterey Bay’s College of Business welcomed its first visiting scholar.
Dr. Ganesh Sahu may be the first international researcher to visit, but he’s not likely to be the last.