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Success stories from Continuing and International Education programs


Kelly Pan works with CSUEB's international students to help them adjust to life and education in the U.S.

  • March 2, 2012

Cal State East Bay's Division of Continuing and International Education provides professional development training, offering more than 70 degree and certificate programs in a variety of industries and fields. Programs are offered at three convenient locations in Hayward, Oakland, and Concord — as well as online. 

For their "Education in Motion" project, DCIE created five mini-documentary videos, each featuring a different program and success story. They shared those stories on the Inside CSUEB News Blog.

Patrick Devine '87, MBA '91, an Irish immigrant, came to CSUEB as an adult student and is now a leader in the world of high-tech finance and compensation.

Dianne Rush-Woods, associate professor of social work, talks about how she feels CSUEB's Master of Social Work program is making a difference in East Bay communities.

Kelly Pan, a former international student from Beijing and coordinator of the University's American Language Program, supports international students with high-quality English language and other programs to ease the transition to learning and living at CSUEB.

Anastasia Fedotova, a graduate of CSUEB's Moscow MBA program, says her graduate degree has made her feel "smarter, more self-confident, more professional."

Colette Roche chose CSUEB for her MS in Education because it was one of the few schools to offer an option in Online Teaching and Learning — the future of education

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