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May 2010 (524 KB)
Volume 11, Number 8

  • Get set for Commencement: Volunteer!
  • A few departments at new locations
  • HR offers seminars on managing change
  • Campus Connection 'going green'

April 2010 (744 KB)
Volume 11, Number 7

  • CSUMB named Business of the Year
  • Service Learning again honored
  • Associate director named for business center
  • March happenings around the campus

March 2010 (471 KB)
Volume 11, Number 6

  • Library earns LEED silver certification
  • University Promise praised by city council
  • Sylvia Panetta is next commencement speaker
  • Have a Heart volunteers still needed

February 2010 (532 KB)
Volume 11, Number 5

  • New dean for Student Affairs
  • Victories for women's basketball team
  • 'Super Sunday' planned for February
  • DaSilva named Officer of the Year

December 2009 (496 KB)
Volume 11, Number 4

  • Community honors student for leadership
  • Dr. Lou Denti wins Glenn award
  • Campus continues to go green
  • Fort Ord association scholarship awarded

November 2009 (576 KB)
Volume 11, Number 3

  • New center to aid small business
  • $12.6 million teacher grant received
  • Fall/Winter CSUMB Magazine published
  • Upcoming holiday events for employees

October 2009 (4.91 MB)
Volume 11, Number 2

  • WASC team completes evaluation visit
  • Grant helps educate new math teachers
  • It's a new era at the Dining Commons
  • U.S. News recognizes CSUMB

September 2009 (3.97 MB)
Volume 11, Number 1

  • New Faces, new assignments on campus
  • Grant received to start new institute
  • New recylcing program in place
  • Benefits & Wellness Fair Sept. 16

May 2009 (3.37 MB)
Volume 10, Number 8

  • Commencement day is May 16
  • Employees volunteer for job shadowing
  • Campus buildings to be identified by name
  • Spring issue of the university magazine online

April 2009 (4.67 MB)
Volume 10, Number 7

  • CSUMB takes to the airwaves
  • 'Deconstruction' proceeding along Divarty
  • Something old - and something really old
  • Getting students 'Dressed for Success'

March 2009 (6.13 MB)
Volume 10, Number 6

  • Dining Commons renovation to begin
  • KAZU's successes; pledge drive starts
  • Water meter installations under way
  • Faculty to showcase scholarship

Febuary 2009 (5.14 MB)
Volume 10, Number 5

  • 'Unprecedented success' for basketball teams
  • Public dedication of library signals new era
  • Budget belt-tightening at CSUMB
  • President Harrison to speak on 'Super Sunday'

December 2008 (4.87 MB)
Volume 10, Number 4

  • President's Speaker Series continues
  • New philanthropic foundation being formed
  • Aquarius project is 'great success'
  • WeTEC guides broadband initiative

November 2008 (3.13 MB)
Volume 10, Number 3

  • New library to open Dec. 1
  • Solar power planned for CSUMB's future
  • President's Speaker Series continues
  • Upcoming events for the holiday season

October 2008 (5.86 MB)
Volume 10, Number 2

  • President's Speaker Series continues
  • Counseling center's groups reach out
  • 'Ergo Lab' open for workstation decisions
  • Where all those water bottles went

September 2008 (6.8 MB)
Volume 10, Number 1

  • CSUMB ears sustainability awards
  • New leadership appointments
  • Benefits & Wellness Fair Sept. 10
  • New outdoor emergency alert system

May 2008 (3.98 MB)
Volume 9, Number 8

  • Submit nominations for President's Medal
  • Dr. Seth Pollack wins Fulbright award
  • Get set: commencement is May 17
  • First students chosen as McNair scholars

April 2008 (4.76 MB)
Volume 9, Number 7

  • New athletics complex is dedicated
  • Student support takes many forms
  • KAZU to remain independent
  • New alumni relations director hired

March 2008 (4.39 MB)
Volume 9, Number 6

  • New student information system here
  • President's Speaker Series continues
  • Library entering final construction phase
  • New management appointments

February 2008 (4.12 MB)
Volume 9, Number 5

  • Student auction and dinner coming Feb. 29
  • Meters to help conserve East Campus water
  • Some hiking trails to close
  • Thomas DeWolf at speakers series Feb. 20

December 2007 (5.29 MB)
Volume 9, Number 4

  • New leadership in World Theater
  • Holiday events on campus
  • Large donation, grant received
  • Workplace Walk-off Challenge winners

November 2007 (5.82 MB)
Volume 9, Number 3

  • Strategic planning process is underway
  • $4 million gift to fund scholarships
  • $1 million gift for library received
  • CSUMB's electronic nerve center
  • Dr. Daniel Ellsberg at speaker's series

October 2007 (2.77 MB)
Volume 9, Number 2

  • Celebrate Vegas-style with the pioneers
  • President Harrison looks ahead
  • Author's Table serves up food for thought
  • It's college for students of any age
  • A way to reduce runoff and feed the aquifer

September 2007 (2.69 MB)
Volume 9, Number 1

  • CSUMB's new library
  • Science interns benefit from program
  • New faces around campus
  • President's Speaker Series resumes
  • Scholarship fund in bobbi bonace's name

May 2007 (3.07 MB)
Volume 8, Number 8

  • Commencement is May 19
  • President's Medal award winners
  • Ric Masten is commencement speaker
  • More road excavation ahead
  • A local history lesson
  • More wirelss project progress
  • Watch your speed

April 2007 (2.87 MB)
Volume 8, Number 7

  • Annual budget process begins
  • Sports complex nears completion
  • President's Medal to honor three employees starting this year
  • Reading center now open to public
  • Guitarist Menendez here April 24
  • Auction fundraising sets record
  • Heritage Music Festival on April 28

March 2007 (2.2 MB)
Volume 8, Number 6

  • President's Speakers Series starts
  • Invitation from President Harrison
  • Disc golf takes off on campus
  • World Theater's final season event
  • A year of trenching pays off
  • Money from employees helps students
  • More five- and ten-year employee awards

February 2007 (2.7 MB)
Volume 8, Number 5

  • Longtime employees recognized
  • The campus energy czar
  • Campus beautification continues
  • Campus-based compensation options
  • Adventurous foundation lawyer
  • Unusual haul for university police
  • Lively events at World Theater

December 2006 (3.58 MB)
Volume 8, Number 4

  • New provost starts in January
  • Library is growing skyward
  • Employee service to be recognized
  • Students auction in February
  • New developments in ITCD
  • 'Walking' across the U.S.
  • Holiday happenings on campus

November 2006 (2.33 MB)
Volume 8, Number 3

  • Two groundbreakings in a month
  • Top national award for CSUMB
  • New CSUMB website now online
  • IT Help Desk moves to MLC
  • There's no getting lost anymore
  • International Ed Week coming up
  • Veterans Day holiday status clarified

October 2006 (1.9 MB)
Volume 8, Number 2

  • Library project gets underway
  • We're getting easier to find
  • CSUMB's second Homecoming
  • Proposition 1D: pros and cons
  • New professional development website
  • New - Author's Table Luncheon
  • Otters march in Labor Day parade

September 2006 (885 K)
Volume 8, Number 1

  • President Harrison welcomes all
  • A new year, many new faces
  • New athletics leadership
  • Enjoying art while swimming
  • Out with the old -- in with the new
  • World Theater season starts
  • World War II re-enactment coming

May 2006 (438 K)
Volume 7, Number 8

  • 2006 President's Award winner
  • Luis Valdez is commencement speaker
  • Bob Brown's project
  • Customer service winners
  • Liz MacDonald's "run for life"
  • Old-time radio to come alive again
  • Free musical performances by MPA

April 2006 (471 K)
Volume 7, Number 7

  • Dianne Harrison is new president
  • CSUMB Alum's film gets an Oscar
  • Celebration of Community event
  • It's the Week of the Young Child
  • Murals reflect Fort Ord's history
  • Student Auction raises most money yet
  • World Theater events for April

March 2006 (396 K)
Volume 7, Number 6

  • TIU work continues on schedule
  • Latest additions to UHR team
  • Change in leadership of UA
  • Professional development classes
  • Award nominations needed
  • WebPAT team oversees CSUMB website
  • World Theater program for March

February 2006 (582 K)
Volume 7, Number 5

  • Campus housing becoming reality
  • CSUMB to help Elkhorn Slough
  • Rote lecture here on Feb. 2
  • Presidential search progress
  • Cell phone use around CSUMB
  • Service awards for over 100 employees
  • Building demolition = less storage