Office of Graduate Studies and Research
The Office of Graduate Studies and Research website has all the information that you need to succeed as a graduate student at CSUMB. We can help you find and succeed in the graduate program of your choice. Finally, we can help you move into the rewarding career you’ve worked so hard to reach. An overarching goal of our team is to create a graduate school experience for you that is rigorous, rewarding, and enjoyable!
Through Sponsored Programs, we also serve the needs of all researchers at CSUMB, whether you are an undergraduate seeking a deeper education and hands-on experience, a graduate student engaged in thesis work, or a faculty member leading a research team or other creative endeavor. Our goal is to enhance your productivity as a scholar by facilitating and streamlining the administrative processes you may encounter involving research; external funding through grants and contracts; and regulatory compliance with respect to safety, ethics, and intellectual property (copyrights and patents).
Office of Graduate Studies and Research News
Michael Anderson (MIST alumnus)
Michael Anderson graduated from the Master’s degree in Instructional Science and Technology (MIST) in 2017. We reached out to Michael to learn more about his life’s journey and CSUMB experience.December 6, 2022
Provost’s Award recognizes breadth and depth of student achievement
Awardees Matthew McGee and Amalia "Mali" Seigel have found meaningful experiences in their own research and also in giving back.May 11, 2022
Two students given Presidential Award for civic engagement
The award is granted to students who best demonstrate the values and commitments of CSUMB.May 11, 2022
Dean's Choice for Outstanding Theses of Spring and Summer 2022!
Rachel Aitchison: Redescription of Southwestern Indian Ocean Guitarfishes
Alora Yarbrough: The Impacts of Climate Change on Blackeye Goby
Kelsey Brown: Using Formative Assessments to Motivate Students in English Language Arts
Matthew Kurkjian: The Mock IEP for Educator Training
Rahil Ryder: The Genomics of Imidacloprid-Remediating Bacteria
Gammon Koval: Factors Affecting Seasonal Variation of Surf Zone Assemblages in Central California
Juliana Cornett: Physiological Responses to Hypoxia in Juvenile Flatfish
Contact The Office of Graduate Studies and Research
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Building: Building 1 - Administration Building
Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.mInstagram