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The “Wine with a Scientist” series is an opportunity for members of the community to become better acquainted with College of Science faculty research, student success, and programs. Read more about the first two events of the series featuring Dr. Cheryl Logan and Dr. John Goeltz.
Jake Cline, an alumnus of the Applied Marine and Watershed Science graduate program, recently published his thesis research in the Journal of Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A.
Forrest Melton, adjunct faculty member, was recently featured in a Monterey County Weekly Article: “Leaders in the realms of local food and ag talk about how we can eat according to our values”.
Four CSUMB students and two faculty members participated in the Pacific Math Alliance conference on Saturday, October 12, at CSU East Bay.
Sarah Collins, an alumna of the Bachelor’s of Science Marine Science program, seamlessly connects the dots between her experience as an undergraduate and the accomplishments she has achieved thus far. We recently touched base with her to see what she has been up to since graduating in 2017.
Jazmine Mejia-Muñoz, a graduate student in the Environmental Science Master's of Science Program at CSUMB, was this year’s recipient of the CSUMB-KQED Scholarship in Science Media Communication. The internship was funded by the Fuhs Family Foundation Fund through Community Foundation for Monterey County. As the recipient of this scholarship, Jazmine had the opportunity to participate in a paid summer internship in science communication at KQED Public Media in San Francisco.