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More than 13,000 people have graduated from CSUMB since the university was founded in 1994. Among their ranks are an Academy Award winner, a teacher of the year, a global wine industry executive, a New York Times journalist, and a lead LinkedIn web developer, just to name a few.
Many go on to scientific research careers (some with the help of prestigious National Science Foundation fellowships), others become leaders in community organizing and politics. The pioneering spirit nurtured at CSUMB leads many to start their own businesses in a wide range of fields - from technology firms to restaurants to organic farms. Still more give back to their communities by working in education and nonprofit organizations.
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Alumni Attitude Survey
In the next week, CSUMB will be wrapping up a survey to gather the opinions and interests of our alumni. The information collected will inform the development of relevant programs and services.
When you receive the survey by email, we ask that you take the time to share your thoughts with us if you have not already done so. It should take no more than 15 minutes. Your response, along with other fellow alumni, will be used to determine programming that supports the entire CSUMB community; students and alumni alike.
The confidential online survey will be sent to CSUMB alumni with an email address. If you're not receiving the alumni e-newsletter or invitations from the Alumni Association, please be sure to update your info with your current email address.
Your participation with this survey is critical to helping meet your expectations. For your convenience, this study is conducted online only, and you will not receive any mail or phone calls related to this study.
We look forward to hearing from you!
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Alumni in the news
Ashley Quakenbush '15 created an innovative social media campaign #visitsanctuaries to raise awareness. After much success the campaign went National!..Read More.
CSU Monterey Bay alumna Lisa Fortier was named Rookie Coach of the Year after her first season at the helm at Division I Gonzaga University..Read More.
He's energetic, enthusiastic and cheerfully nervy. Those qualities landed Michael Leslie (TAT 2008) internships with the Golden State Warriors, and, eventually, a staff position with the basketball team. Now, he's on the sidelines for the Warriors' run to the NBA championship. Read More.