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​The Aquarium of the Pacific just announced the 15 scholars for their new Community, Equity, Learning, and Persistence (CELP) Scholar Program! Ten of these recipients are CSU students at various campuses including Channel Islands, Pomona, San Diego, Long Beach, Fullerton, and San Diego. We are proud of you!​​​


​Driven by a mission to increase climate resiliency, climate action projects at 11 different CSU campuses have been awarded California Climate Action Seed Grants and Matching Grants from the State of California. Over $80 million in climate action grants were awarded to 38 different projects, involving a variety of communities, including industry, tribal, and public agencies, 11 CSU campuses, and other schools. Some CSU campuses feature collaborations with partners such as Collaborative of Native Nations for Climate Transformation & Stewardship (CNNCTS), the Wiyot Tribe, and Northern California tribal fisheries.


​Dr. Chris Lowe and his team at CSU Long Beach Shark Lab determine that juvenile white sharks select warm, shallow waters about half a mile from shore, congregating off the coast of Padaro Beach near Santa Barbara, CA. This research sheds light on the young sharks behavior and habitat preferences, potentially informing conservation efforts.​

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