Faculty/Staff

The faculty for the College of Business provide a rewarding and enlightening experience for students. Their classes are team-oriented and include field-based learning to provide real life structure to the Business program.

Administration

Full-time faculty

Tenured and Tenured-Track Full Time Faculty not only teach, create content and help administrate the University, but they are the Mentors to all undergraduate students.

Students should contact one of the Full Time Faculty when they want to discuss Graduate Schools, long term career planning, or to explore industries and career possibilities.

Part-time faculty

In the University environment, Part Time Lecturer is the official title of Instructors who are not on the track for Tenure. Although the name is "part time" many of these instructors teach a full load of classes at CSUMB. Other instructors work full time in their chosen fields and teach a class or two in addition to their "day jobs." These instructors bring real world knowledge and current experiences to the classroom.

Staff

Faculty in the news

College of Business Faculty Focus on Student Success

Friday, March 9 - College of Business held its second Student Learning Initiative Workshop focused on Rigor and Student Success in the Classroom.

Dean Kamath Joins Hope Collaborative Board

Dean Kamath was invited to join the board of the Hope Collaborative in Bedford, MA a non-profit that focuses on leadership development for disadvantaged children and youth.

16th Annual Ethics and Responsible Business Forum

This year's topic is "The Ethics of Fake News: Who Controls The Future of Democracy?"

Agribusiness Club holds inaugural event

Juana Gomez, Human Resources Director at Monterey Mushrooms, speaks to COB Agribusiness students.

CSUMB, Community Leaders Partner for First Ever Sustainable Hospitality Symposium in Monterey

SEASIDE, Calif., February 13, 2017 – The Sustainable Hospitality Management program at CSUMB has partnered with community leaders, public officials and hospitality professionals to bring the first-ever sustainable hospitality symposium to the Monterey peninsula Feb. 23, 2017.

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