FOCUS looks at partnerships in sustainability

Fritjof Capra to give keynote address

World-renowned scientist Fritjof Capra will be the keynote speaker Feb. 11 at FOCUS, Cal State Monterey Bay’s annual look at sustainability issues. 

Faculty members present at CSU symposium

“Grit: Exploring Perseverance, Mindset and Character in the Classroom” will be the topic under discussion at the upcoming CSU Symposium on University Teaching.

A large contingent of CSU Monterey Bay faculty members will make presentations at the two-day symposium, scheduled for March 13 and 14 at Cal State Los Angeles.

Research opportunities add up for math major

Megan Golbek sees math as a puzzle to be solved.

“All of the pieces tend to fit together in some way,” she said. “Growing up, I loved putting puzzles together and mathematics lets me do this in its own way.”

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Monologues tell women's stories

The Vagina Monologues returns to CSU Monterey Bay Feb.12, 13 and 14.

Students say 'no' to violence against women

Students at CSU Monterey Bay will gather on Feb. 13 to protest sexual violence toward women across the globe as part of the “One Billion Rising” movement.

Alum documents Carmel Mission restoration

Preview set for Feb. 13

This year’s canonization of Father Serra may help filmmaker Doug Mueller.

Mueller (TAT, 2003) is seeking support to complete a documentary film on the restoration and seismic retrofit of the Carmel Mission Basilica. Father Serra founded the mission and is buried there.

CSUMB reaches out to black community through church visits

Super Sunday encourages more students to enroll

Parishioners at two local churches will get more than a sermon at the Feb. 8 services. They’ll get a pitch for the value of a college education – straight from the pulpit.

Cal State Monterey Bay administrators will visit churches in Seaside that day as part of a California State University program called Super Sunday.

Professor earns 'First-Year Student Advocate' honor

Maria Villaseñor, associate professor and coordinator of the First-Year Seminar program at Cal State Monterey Bay, has received national recognition as an outstanding champion for freshmen students.

Capstone Festival Jan. 23 for MIST graduates

Insert a description of the image here.Deanna Brown’s capstone project will help her fellow students prepare for graduate school. Michael Stewart aims to help recovering addicts maintain sobriety. And Deborah Stephens is teaching community college students how to use the resources of their campus library.

Native educator works to serve the needs of children

Kathryn England-Aytes, a lecturer in psychology, has joined a newly created national organization that serves the needs of children.