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Ag Programs Get Global Attention

The World Ag Expo is the largest farm equipment and technology show in the world and takes place in California’s Central Valley, one of our nation’s most important agricultural regions. As the CSU produces more than half of the state’s graduates in agriculture, the event sets the perfect stage for faculty and students to showcase how the CSU is helping California maintain its status as an agricultural powerhouse.

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Collaborative Research Leads to CSU Science Success

8-25-2014

By Stephanie Thara

The juvenile gopher rockfish is one of the species that research faculty are working with to determine how fish are affected by climate change. (photo credit: Jocelyn Douglas)

The juvenile gopher rockfish is one of the species that research faculty are working with to determine how fish are affected by climate change. (photo credit: Jocelyn Douglas)

CSU faculty members continue to make waves in the science community as five CSU researchers have won a prestigious grant of nearly $900,000 from the National Science Foundation to conduct collaborative research on ocean acidification and hypoxia. Dr. Scott Hamilton from Moss Landing Marine Laboratory-San Jose State, Dr. Cheryl Logan from CSU Monterey Bay and Drs. Brian Tissot, Eric Bjorkstedt and Jeffrey Abell from Humboldt State will be combining their expertise to examine how climate change can affect the behavior, physiology and gene expression of rocky reef fishes.
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CSUMB Student Selected for Prestigious Marine Scholarship

8-14-2014

Emily Aiken

CSU Monterey Bay Graduate Student Emily Aiken will be developing innovative technology to further advance research on the wonders of the deep sea thanks to the 2014 Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship.

Awarded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, this year’s scholarship was awarded to only three graduate-level students nationwide and recognizes scholars for their outstanding research.
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