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  • Recent ENSTU graduates & Assistant Professor Publish Climate Impact Report

    Environmental Studies (ENSTU) graduates, Caitlyn Barrera and Kianni Ledezma, alongside Dr. Victoria Derr recently published the climate impact report: "How a Changing Climate is Affecting Farmworkers in the Pájaro Valley." This report was published in partnership with Regeneracion: Pájaro Valley Climate Action.

  • SNS Associate Professor appointed to the AGU Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee

    SNS associate professor Dr. Corey Garza was appointed to the Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee for the American Geophysical Union (AGU). Read to learn more about Dr. Corey Garza's work in support of diversity and inclusion.

  • Illustrating Nature Art Show

    Enjoy student works from the Science Illustration Program at CSUMB during this exhibit at the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History. Take in the natural beauty of Monterey Bay and other flora and fauna at this annual exhibit.

  • SNS Assistant Professor plays key role in securing Cal Fire grant

    SNS Assistant Professor, Dr. John Olson, plays a key role in securing a $227,591 grant awarded to CSUMB's University Corporation at Monterey Bay. The grant will cover San Benito and Monterey County’s fire prevention planning and mapping. To read more about this incredible opportunity, check out the original article in the Monterey Herald.

  • SNS Assistant Professor Publishes Article in Global Ecology and Biogeography

    Dr. Eric Crandall, SNS Assistant Professor, recently published a scientific paper in Global Ecology and Biogeography titled "The molecular biogeography of the Indo‐Pacific: Testing hypotheses with multispecies genetic patterns".

  • Pathway to Success: SNS Graduate Students Secure Fellowships with California Sea Grant

    The School of Natural Sciences (SNS) has been home to an in-house graduate program since 2006. Originally debuted as Coastal and Watershed Science and Policy (CWSP), the program changed names in 2013 to Applied Marine and Watershed Science (AMWS). Now known as Environmental Science (ENSCI), this program has prepared numerous graduate alumni for success in the California Sea Grant State Fellows Program.

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