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  • CSU sets new records for enrollment and graduation despite pandemic

    Midway through the decade-long Graduation Initiative 2025, the CSU and CSUMB have pushed the markers of student success upwards.

  • Research Diving Program

    Fully leveraging our proximity to the extraordinary "living laboratory" of Monterey Bay, CSUMB began a dive program from its earliest days.

  • A Society of Scientists

    CSUMB marine scientist Corey Garza is invited to join the 167-year-old California Academy of Sciences, whose more than 450 members are "active in cutting-edge research and science communication."

  • The first virtual President's Speaker Series sparked ideas and insights

    At the first CSUMB President’s Speaker Series of the academic year — an online virtual discussion on media and politics on Oct. 14 — the insights from the expert panel of campaign strategists and political communications professionals (see bios below) came at a brisk pace.

  • Good News Comes in Threes

    The pandemic has not stopped CSUMB’s mission to improve lives through education, with help from grants. Here, the aspirations and people behind three of them.

  • The future of agriculture at the annual Greater Vision webinar and career fair

    The Oct. 5 virtual event, titled "Climate Smart Agriculture: Current Impacts, Future Scenarios, Essential Skills," features experts from Amazon, NASA, Citizen's Climate Lobby, Dole, Taylor Farms, Corteva Agriscience and more.

  • Chip and Kevin and the Fire

    Chip Lenno and Kevin Cahill lost their home to the River Fire in August. They talk about the fire, their house, their CSUMB community, what they lost, and what they gained.

  • Women’s Leadership Council annual fundraiser adapted to video format

    September 22, 2020 - A Women's Leadership Council fundraiser that helps students in need has to turn its annual gathering into an all-video format this year. See how they translated an in-person function into a virtual experience.

  • Psychology internship program earns American Psychological Association seal of approval

    September 25, 2020 - CSUMB's Psychology Internship Program, a part of Health and Wellness Services' Personal Growth and Counseling Center, achieves the years-long goal of earning accreditation by the American Psychological Association.

  • Community Partners

    Jordan Leininger, who graduated from CSU Monterey Bay in 2018 with a degree in social and behavioral sciences, is employed by the city of Monterey as an artifacts specialist. He is one of at least 30 CSUMB alumni working for the city in just about every department.

  • New CSU Chancellor Joseph I. Castro announced

    California State University Board of Trustees announced that Joseph I. Castro is the new Chancellor-select and will assume the role on Jan. 4, 2021.


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