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  • Writing residency leads to autobiographical play for VPA professor | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Giving to CSUMB Cost Calculator Tuition Fees Financial aid Housing Rates Meal Plans How to make a payment Majors Programs Colleges Departments Faculty Classes Planning Academic Support Services Research Engage Catalog Search Main menu Log in Search Search News News Menu Toggle navigation Media News Releases Faculty experts Speakers Bureau Magazine Emergency Social Media Official University Accounts Social Media Guidelines Social Media Directory News Releases Faculty experts Official University Accounts Social Media Guidelines Social Media Directory CSUMB Home News Writing residency leads to autobiographical play for VPA professor Dr Stephanie Johnson Dr Stephanie Anne Johnson professor of Visual and Public Art was awarded a writing residency in Atlanta last fall During that time she wrote a second play Mrs Reiff and The Counterfeit Shop This autobiographical play about the relationship between a black teenager and a Holocaust survivor was presented to a standing room only audience at the East Bay Jewish Community Center in January She co curated the Black Love exhibit at the JanRae Gallery in Oakland recently served as a juror for The Art of Living Black and was a review panelist for the San Francisco Art Commission Is there anything wrong with this page Popular Jobs Tours

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  • Challenges facing women entrepreneurs topic of forum | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Media News Releases Faculty experts Speakers Bureau Magazine Emergency Social Media Official University Accounts Social Media Guidelines Social Media Directory News Releases Faculty experts Official University Accounts Social Media Guidelines Social Media Directory CSUMB Home News Challenges facing women entrepreneurs topic of forum This semester s Entrepreneurship Forum at Cal State Monterey Bay set for Feb 11 features a discussion on the challenges and rewards women face in startups and tech companies The small number of women in tech companies and startups has been the subject of much discussion in the media and in the companies themselves The increasing importance of the technology sector in the economy makes this a challenge that must be addressed The forum will look at ways to encourage women and to create more opportunities to participate in these companies Panel members include Theresa Ream owner of Disaster Kleenup Specialists Excel Carpet Care Cypress Cabinets and Floor Store USA Catherine Mikkelson founder of Brain Parenting partner of BrindleLabs co founder of The Memphis Project Catherine Hambley Ph D senior consultant to the Academy of Brain Based Leadership coach of several TED talk presenters executive coach facilitator trainer at the NeuroLeadership Institute The free forum to be held from 4 to 6 p m in the University Center ballroom is sponsored by the College of Business and its Institute for Innovation and Economic Development For more information contact MaryJo Zenk at 831 582 3230 or e mail her at mzenk csumb edu The University Center is located on Sixth Avenue at B Street Driving directions and a campus map can be found here Visitors must purchase a parking permit from the machine on the lot or online About CSU Monterey Bay s EntrepreneurshipForums Each semester the Institute for Innovation and Economic Development of the College of Business

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  • CSUMB volunteers offer free tax preparation | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Social Media Directory News Releases Faculty experts Official University Accounts Social Media Guidelines Social Media Directory CSUMB Home News CSUMB volunteers offer free tax preparation Looking for a way to reduce the stress of tax season CSU Monterey Bay students and faculty working with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance VITA program may have an answer Until the end of tax season approximately 40 student and three faculty volunteers from the College of Business will provide free assistance with state and federal income tax preparation The VITA program is sponsored by United Way Monterey County CSUMB volunteers are working at all nine county locations including the Marina library Volunteers must complete a 30 hour training class and pass a rigorous Internal Revenue Service examination to participate Students and faculty members in the College of Business are preparing income tax returns for members of the community Families and individuals who earned less than 54 000 in 2015 are eligible Filers must bring photo identification Social Security card or ITIN card for workers their W 2 and 1099 forms and a blank check for direct deposit Appointments are not necessary Tax forms will be filed electronically If a refund is due it will be deposited in the taxpayer s account It s a good service learning opportunity for students The first year 2010 five students participated In 2014 the number of student volunteers was 24 and now it s about 40 all contributing their expertise to help local families said Dr Cathy Ku professor of accounting at CSUMB and a volunteer tax preparer It s a good service learning opportunity for students The first year 2010 five students participated In 2014 the number of student volunteers was 24 and now it s about 40 all contributing their expertise to help local families Dr

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  • Kinesiology professors present research at international conference | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Media Directory News Releases Faculty experts Official University Accounts Social Media Guidelines Social Media Directory CSUMB Home News Kinesiology professors present research at international conference Do physiological factors drive exercise addiction Does substance abuse play a role CSU Monterey Bay kinesiology professors Brian Cook and Ryan Luke will present research to address these questions among others at the International Conference on Behavioral Addictions in Geneva Switzerland March 14 16 Brian Cook Drs Cook and Luke along with CSUMB kinesiology professors Lisa Leininger and Joanna Morrissey authored the conference abstract focusing on physiological factors that may explain differences between being addicted to exercise and simply exercising a lot The relationship between drug alcohol use and exercise dependence or addiction was examined in a sample of 197 people or regular exercisers as stated in the abstract According to Dr Cook the research methodology analyzed group differences in exercise amount and intensity sedentary behavior and substance abuse It would be helpful to identify a pattern of addictions that are similar Cook said This would suggest that a similar underlying mechanism such as brain physiology would contribute to exercise dependence Their results exercise dependence had no association with substance abuse However effects of strenuous

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    and Global Studies and Dr Gabriela Zapata of the university s School of World Languages and Cultures who are currently conducting research there Their work is sponsored by a faculty grant Alum earns California Sea Grant fellowship Patrick Mulcahy a 2015 graduate of CSU Monterey Bay s master s program in applied marine and watershed science has been named a California Sea Grant Fellow for 2016 He ll spent a year working with the state Lands Commission Student s art tapped for race logo As publicity kicks in for the annual Together with Love 5 and 10K race colorful posters are popping up around the local area The artwork was done by CSU Monterey Bay student Andrew Bailey in Professor Bobbi Long s introduction to digital graphic design class Exhibit explores art symbolism of Fort Ord Insignias of Fort Ord Art in Everyday Military Life opens Feb 11 at the Monterey Museum of Art Professor Enid Baxter Ryce chair of the Cinematic Arts and Technology Department created the exhibition in collaboration with the Veterans Transition Center VTC of Marina and CSUMB students Applications soar for fall enrollment A record number of students applied to attend CSU Monterey Bay in the fall 2016 semester The university received 16 182 freshmen applications by the Nov 30 deadline to apply That s up almost 5 percent from the previous year The number of transfer students applying to attend CSUMB increased 15 3 percent to 4 182 Students help with one city s move toward a more sustainable future The city of Salinas is getting help from Cal State Monterey Bay students and faculty members The city was chosen as the partner for CSUMB s first Sustainable City Year Program a collaboration involving a handful of classes working with city officials toward a more

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  • Administration Building | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Employee Resources Overview News Calendar Visit Map Directions Giving to CSUMB Cost Calculator Tuition Fees Financial aid Housing Rates Meal Plans How to make a payment Majors Programs Colleges Departments Faculty Classes Planning Academic Support Services Research Engage Catalog Search Main menu Log in Search Search Directory Directory Administration Building Building code 1 Address 3047 Divarty Street Seaside CA 93950 Popular Jobs Tours Majors Social media Library Tools Map Calendar

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  • Aquatic Center | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Employee Resources Overview News Calendar Visit Map Directions Giving to CSUMB Cost Calculator Tuition Fees Financial aid Housing Rates Meal Plans How to make a payment Majors Programs Colleges Departments Faculty Classes Planning Academic Support Services Research Engage Catalog Search Main menu Log in Search Search Directory Directory Aquatic Center Building code 100 Address 4113 Second Avenue Seaside CA 93955 Popular Jobs Tours Majors Social media Library Tools Map Calendar

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  • Baseball field | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Employee Resources Overview News Calendar Visit Map Directions Giving to CSUMB Cost Calculator Tuition Fees Financial aid Housing Rates Meal Plans How to make a payment Majors Programs Colleges Departments Faculty Classes Planning Academic Support Services Research Engage Catalog Search Main menu Log in Search Search Directory Directory Baseball field Building code Baseball Address 4113 Second Avenue Seaside CA 93955 Popular Jobs Tours Majors Social media Library Tools Map Calendar

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