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Pictures from the 10th Annual Gala
View the images from this year's Annual Gala held on November 1, 2014 at the Westin St. Francis in San Francisco, CA.
Cadet Ambassador Program Launches

Cal Maritime's cadets are representative of what the University stands for and what makes it unique. Now, a select group of students are being given an opportunity to represent the school in a whole new way. 

The new Cadet Ambassador Program provides students with an opportunity to develop their leadership skills through interactions with industry, alumni, donors, and elected officials. The program encompasses, donor visits, travel, the beginnings of a new student alumni program, volunteerism, event participation and the opportunity for meeting and networking with executives in the maritime and related industries. 

"Our students will have an opportunity for mentoring and experience in executive-level interactions that lead to networking and the development of necessary communication skills," said Vice President for University Advancement Beverly Byl. "In many cases, these experiences will enhance their résumés and provide direct professional opportunities." 

The program has a core group of 30 cadets, plus five freshman apprentices who are identified at the start of their second semester on campus. Participants in the program will receive campus stewardship and community service credit.

Professor Chairs Review Panel for Bay Delta Conservation Plan

Dr. Alexander Parker (Department of Sciences and Mathematics) served as the Chair of the external review panel for the Effects Analysis of California’s Bay Delta Conservation Plan.  The 20,000 page plan, often referred to as “the Delta Tunnels” proposes a $26 billion public work to improve California’s water conveyance system in the San Francisco Bay Delta.  

The Plan supports California’s Delta Reform Act of 2009 priority of “two goals of providing a more reliable water supply for California and protecting, restoring, and enhancing the Delta ecosystem.”  

The panel was tasked with evaluating the scientific methods and uncertainties that link the proposed water conveyance and habitat restoration actions.  Drafting the BDCP Effects Analysis has taken seven years and $250 million.  

2014 Graduate Joining University of Alaska Ice Breaker Crew

Since graduation in April, alumnus Kevin Reinhardt (MET, minor marine science class of 2014) has been working as an engineer and scientific research technician aboard US oceanographic research vessels.  After graduation Kevin completed a National Science Foundation-sponsored Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) internship sailing with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution aboard the R/V KNORR.  Kevin is now joining the University of Alaska’s R/V Sikuliaq, an Ice Breaker, for its maiden scientific voyage.  "The opportunities provided by Cal Maritime – access to research facilities, unique extracurricular activities, and the ability to specialize in marine science – are what made all the difference,” said Reinhardt.  “You can get an engineering degree anywhere, but Cal Maritime was the only place that could have set me up for where I am now.”

Pictured is 2014 graduate Kevin Reinhardt in Alaska, where he work on board a small research vessel for Chukchi Sea Environmental Studies Program

 

Upcoming Events

Networking Luncheon
December 2, 2014 

Bethesda vs Cal Maritime Women's Basketball
December 5, 2014

Alumni vs Keelhaulers Rugby
December 6, 2014

Northwest Indian College vs Cal Maritime Men's Basketball
December 12, 2014

Southern Oregon vs Cal Maritime Women's Basketball
December 13, 2014 

Corban University vs Cal Maritime Men's Basketball
December 14, 2014

Whittier College vs Cal Maritime Men's Basketball
December 19, 2014    

William Jessup University vs Cal Maritime Women's Basketball
December 20, 2014   

4th Thursdays
January 22, 2015    

CSU Maritime Academy Alumni Association Board Meeting
January 24, 2015   

Career Fair
January 27, 2015   

Pearls of Power Conference
February 27-28, 2015    

Campus Spotlight


The Cal Maritime Color Guard was invited to be the Honor Guard for this year's Veteran's Day memorial service at Grace Cathedral, San Francisco. This is a service dedicated to honoring the Servicemen and Women since the conclusion of World War I, organized by the British Legion Branch of San Francisco. This year marks the 100th year since the start of WWI.The Cal Maritime Color Guard has been selected as Honor Guard for 5 consecutive years -- an unprecedented accomplishment, as prior to Cal Maritime's first appearance, the honor guard changed on an annual basis.

Pictured above from L-R: MIDN Serge Balian, Hunter Soules, Nicholas Mehrbrodt, and Joseph Montgomery

 

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Did You Know?

Did you know that the U.S. Department of Education recently released findings that show Cal Maritime graduates have the highest average earnings of any California university ten years after enrollment and they have the seventh highest in the U.S.?

 

Did you know that the U.S. Department of Education recently released findings that show Cal Maritime graduates have the highest average earnings of any California university ten years after enrollment and they have the seventh highest in the U.S.?
 

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