We are excited by the prospect of marshalling CSUMB talent to meet the health care challenges of the Monterey Bay region. This means both strengthening existing centers of excellence and creating new ones.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked CSUMB among the Top 25 universities in the West on its annual Best Colleges rankings.
Wednesday, Sept. 9, was a rich day at California State University, Monterey Bay for advancing racial understanding and democratic participation. That's because there was a convergence of three virtual events throughout the day that, together, formed a nearly spontaneous extracurricular seminar of social and political consciousness.
A look back at the local fires that threatened and harmed the campus and local communities. And the men, women and children, from across the university and across the state, who came together to oppose it in common cause.
Students have started the fall semester under fraught conditions, including coronavirus, virtual learning, economic recession, political upheaval and wildfires. CSUMB faculty, staff, and administrators intend to help them through it all.
CSUMB Associate Librarian Sarah Dahlen is one of 25 faculty across the CSU system to be awarded the Faculty Innovation and Leadership Award.
CSUMB is primed to teach safely, effectively, yet remotely in the fall semester. That is the result of much work and collaboration by many people across departments this past summer. Here are just a few of them.
On undergraduate student's research interest is on cannabis use, public health and policy. Another is investigating mobility data collected during the Covid pandemic. Both received recognition by the Sally Casanova Pre Doctoral Scholarship.
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