CSU SUMMER ARTS COMES TO CSUMB
VOL. V NO. 1EDITOR
Liz MacDonaldScott Faust Joan Weiner
Joan Iguban Galiguis
Proles o three academic standouts on unique personaljourneys.
13-14 UNIVERSITY NEWS
President Harrison will takeover at CSU Northridge, CSUMB receives a $32M NASA grant,and Monterey County Business Council honors university’s economicvitality.
18-20 ALUMNI NEWS
Board president’s letter and classnotes.
Te Otters women’s basketball team con-tinued its record o success with a CCAA tournament championship and bid to theNCAA Division II tournament.
A BIG YEAR FOR WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
By learning and thinking critically about what it means to be a citizen,CSUMB students are prepared totake an active role in their commu-nities, beore and ater graduation.CSUMB has joined with ourlocal colleges to create a col-laborative Bachelor o Science inNursing program that starts thissummer.Hundreds o students and thousands o local arts enthusiasts willbe on campus or CSU Summer Arts’ rst year in its new home.
STUDENTS TAKE ACTION
NURSING PROGRAM WILL MEET A NEED
Senior MonicaRamirez studiesin the Tanimura &Antle Family Memo-rial Library. Shewas featured in atelevised nationwide
AT&T chairman’s mes
-sage during the 2012AT&T Pebble BeachNational Pro-Am,held Feb. 9-12.
Students who are making the transition rom ostercare as youngsters to a uture as independent adultsare receiving new guidance.
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ON THE COVER
CSUMB School o Business student Yvon Desjardinsprovides ree tax-preparation help at the SeasideOne-Stop Career Center.
Photo by Randy Tunnell