- County Business Council honors CSUMB for impact
- CSUMB bikes, buses and carpools to victory
- CSUMB will share in $137M NASA grant to study climate
- Faculty Spotlight
- Four seniors earn National Science Foundation fellowships
- OLLI@CSUMB receives $1M grant for lifelong education
- Otters hire new coach to lead women’s golf program
- President Harrison named to top job at CSUN
CSUMB Magazine, Spring/Summer '12
Above: CSUMB School of Business student Yvon Desjardins provides free tax-preparation help at the Seaside One-Stop Career Center.
By learning and thinking critically about what it means to be a citizen, CSUMB students are prepared to take an active role in their communities, before and after graduation.
President Harrison concludes her tenure at California State University, Monterey Bay with pride in the university's growth and development over the past six years.
Students who are making the transition from foster care as youngsters to a future as independent adults are receiving new guidance.
CSUMB has joined with four local colleges to create a collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing program that starts this summer.
Hundreds of students and thousands of local arts enthusiasts will be on campus for CSU Summer Arts’ first year in its new home.
The Otters women’s basketball team continued its record of success with a CCAA tournament championship and bid to the NCAA Division II tournament.