The third in a series of Q&As with CSUMB faculty about Black Lives Matter and the racial justice movement occurring in our country and around the world. School of Humanities & Communication assistant professor Phuong Nguyen shares his perspective and book recommendations.
A new coalition has honed in on the epicenter of a Monterey County coronavirus population hotspot: farmworkers. Thousands of seasonal workers have arrived to the Salinas Valley for the summer harvest, and that—along with misinformation, a fear of deportation and cramped living and transportation quarters—has created a recipe for widespread infections.
The second in a series of Q&As with CSUMB faculty about Black Lives Matter and the racial justice movement occurring in our country and around the world. Professor María Joaquina Villaseñor recommends books to read and actions to take to support the social justice movement
The first in a series of Q&As with CSUMB faculty about Black Lives Matter and the racial justice movement occurring in our country. Assistant Professor Daniel B. Summerhill shares his perspective and book recommendations.
CSUMB’s Otter Cross Cultural Center issued the following statement in celebration of Pride Month and the landmark Supreme Court ruling on June 15 that provides protection for gay and transgender people under the Civil Rights Act of 1964 which outlaws employment discrimination on the basis of sex.
SEASIDE, Calif., June 26, 2020 - Monterey County hotels and restaurants are reopening after months of closure because of the coronavirus. CSUMB’s Sustainable Hospitality Management Program in the College of Business (COB) is helping them get back to business safely and effectively.
First-generation grads recognized for academic excellence, leadership - Every year CSUMB honors graduating students for their outstanding achievements with six university-wide awards and five Dean’s Medalist awards. This is the fifth and final story in a series about this year’s honorees.
Decision allows CSUMB to continue access to education and state financial aid for DACA recipients.
SEASIDE, Calif., June 12, 2020 - California State University police chiefs on all 23 campuses, including CSUMB Police Chief Earl Lawson, have banned the use of the carotid control hold — commonly called a chokehold — and pledged to implement policing recommendations made by a federal task force in 2015.
SEASIDE, Calif., June 5, 2020 - Honoring its 25th anniversary, the university has completed the “CSUMB Founding Faculty Oral History Project: 1995-1998,” the university’s first formal institutional oral history project. The project includes interviews with 34 retired and current faculty members and photographs taken during those formative years. Interviews and supporting materials are accessible through the Digital Commons @ CSUMB.
Due to the impact of COVID-19, CSU Summer Arts was forced to cancel the 2020 season. However, to foster creativity and inspire hope, the program has established a one-time scholarship opportunity open to any current California State University student. Entries are due June 5 by midnight.