Launched in 2013, the Industry Job Panel Series invites expert Cal State East Bay alumni and professionals to share tips with students.
CSUEB has received national recognition for its diversity and for promoting student success among minorities.
OnlineColleges.net ranked CSUEB's program No. 17 in the nation.
Chaw has served in the same position in an interim capacity since May 9, 2015.
CSUEB Associate Professor Jean Moran Digs into the Mystery of California’s Precious Groundwater Stores.
The contemporary adaptation of Aristophanes’ classic play can be seen Dec. 11-12 in the Studio Theatre.
President Leroy M. Morishita and his wife, Barbara, wish everyone happy holidays.
The authors are hoping to help college and college-bound students make better-informed decisions about majoring in philosophy.
The latest Cal State East Bay Magazine offers stories on how faculty, students and alumni are offering solutions to issues facing today’s world.
ICE features two different programs of dance works by faculty, students and guest artists while ICE-X takes audiences into more experimental realms.
Students are donating unused meals from their meal plan to those in need.
The contribution is in support of STEM education and outreach.
Rave Guardian allows campus police to immediately locate a person in danger.
CSUEB will dedicate its new building on campus, the Student and Faculty Support Center, in a ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 19 from 2-3:30 p.m.
Breshers averaged 18.5 points and eight rebounds in the Pioneers' 2-0 start to the season.
NBC Bay Area featured CSUEB's teacher credential program, which has seen enrollment increase this fall.
The Cal State East Bay swim team was ranked among the nation's top 25 when the first College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Division II national polls were released this week.
Cal State East Bay’s production of the Thornton Wilder play is performed by an all student cast, headed by Ronny Marasigan as George Gibbs and Mariah Kuhn as Emily Webb.
Sophomore forward Jeremy Romero, sophomore midfielder Michael Paiva and junior midfielder Steffen Sauer were all named 2015 All-CCAA honorable mention.
The inaugural event is Nov. 13-14 and includes special celebrations for the Distinguished Alumni recipients and "Golden Graduates."
As technology usage increases and more data becomes available, leaders in higher education need faster and more efficient ways to manage and make sense of this data.
Did you notice the big posters when you arrived to campus this fall headlined "How to Print" and "How to Copy" above duplicating machines in the Library and other student labs?
The National Stroke Association has honored the choir with the 2015 Raising Awareness in Stroke Excellence (RAISE) Award for “Most Creative” program.
CSUEB continued its tradition of improving the Hayward community on Oct. 24, the largest single day of volunteering in the U.S.
The Hawaii native has won ever race she's entered this season and recently helped the Pioneers win the Bay Area Invitational.
The five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education is designed to boost the success and retention rates of the Hispanic and low-income student population.
The new CollegeNet formula is designed to show which universities offer economically disadvantaged students with the best chance for upward mobility.
Zalle Daouda presented at the Global Youth Summit Against Violent Extremism last month, and his proposal was selected to receive funding.
As part of National Cybersecurity Awareness month, Cal State East Bay computer science professor Levent Ertaul will discuss cybersecurity and privacy at noon on Oct. 28.
Students and alumni of the California State University’s 23 campuses will now have access to a state-of-the-art online network for professional development.
Luz Calvo co-authored "Decolonize Your Diet," a cookbook that also delves into the history and culture of food in Latin Countries and Mexico.
The university recognized Cheryl Hurd, Bryan Neider, Anne Foss-Durant and Edward George "Ted" Barrett at a Nov. 13 gala.
Doyle, who teaches English, also earned a Notable Citation in "Best American Essays 2013."
A faculty member at Cal State East Bay since 1995, Zarrillo has held several leadership roles.
Two films and a discussion presented by the FBI on Oct. 13 from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in the University Theatre will highlight ITS’ education efforts.
Futterman is part of the leadership team for Decoding Dyslexia California.
Pat Klobas, a CSUEB faculty member, plays double bass for the group, which performs Oct. 13 at noon in the music building.
Students have opportunities to help improve the lives of others and give back to the community during this weeklong event.
The free event features exciting demonstrations and hands-on activities for all ages.
Couch is the Bay executive director of Cal State East Bay's Institute for STEM Education.
Highlights of the event include free food, giveaways, musical performances and resource tables.
Administrators, faculty and staff were welcomed and recognized for their accomplishments and contributions at the annual event.
By LEROY M. MORISHITA
President Leroy M. Morishita welcomed faculty and staff at the annual convocation event, marking the beginning of the academic year.
Leo Nestor conducts music at the Mass hosted by Pope Francis during his visit to the U.S.
A former collegiate All-American at UCLA, Sua-Amundson has served as an assistant at Cal State Fullerton, Stanford and Cal Poly.
The rankings show which colleges offer the most notable balances of academic rigor, student support and affordability for online learning.
The annual award is a national honor recognizing U.S. colleges and universities that demonstrate an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Annual brunch allows students to meet the donors that have provided them with financial assistance.
Faculty and staff write about building a supportive community for its diverse student body.
Of the regional universities in the West, CSUEB ranks at the top of the list along with Hawaii Pacific and Holy Names.
Michael L. Emerson makes a hobby out of building monuments that honor 9/11 victims and war veterans.
The university's computer science program did especially well in the PayScale.com report, ranking in the top 10 nationally.
Kimball and two other scientists tested the magnetic interaction between two ions in a way that nobody had done before.
The American Educational Studies Association has honored Porfilio for works on social justice.
This year marks the most East Bay honorees since the Pioneers joined the CCAA in 2009-10.
Cal State East Bay took in 74 students who were displaced when Hurricane Katrina hit Louisiana.
No Cal Sate East Bay students were affected by the cancellation of the exam.
Professor Jean Moran and graduate student Faithe Lovelace are collaborating with East Bay Regional Parks & Recreation on the investigation.
Of the 36 California colleges offering at least one fully online bachelor’s degree, CSUEB ranks No. 3.
Sorgaard, who has Asperger’s syndrome, was recognized as the Michael and Debe Lucki Scholar and will be awarded with a $6,000 scholarship.
Eric Neuenfeldt won the Grace Paley Prize for Short Fiction from the Association of Writers and Writing Programs.
Nelson has led Cal State East Bay's College of Education and Allied Studies since 2009.
Staff will discuss their success using the Education Advisory Board's software during the Wednesday morning event.
Havlan has moved on to writing for "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" but had plenty of funny insights about Stewart and the iconic show.
Tre Mauldin and Paramvir Singh have earned a prestigious honor for their academic excellence this past season.
Cal State East Bay’s emphasis on sustainability and renewable energy education has gone global this summer.
Nearly 600 pre-kindergarten through12th grade educators gathered at Cal State East Bay to share ideas, collaborate and get inspired for the upcoming school year.
The Pioneers' collective GPA of 3.07 earned them a Team Academic Excellence Award from the National Association of Basketball Coaches.
CSUEB's Hayward campus is one of 33 locations across the state to host the inaugural event.
The Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior College and University Commission has reaffirmed accreditation for the next 10 years
CSU East Bay is being recognized for its retention and graduation rates among Asian American and Pacific Islander students.
Stories delve into what makes CSUEB distinctive in STEM research and education.
CSUEB's EXCEL Program and Project IMPACT have been awarded nearly $3.5 million over the next five years
The latest issue of Peer Review showcases Cal State East Bay’s commitment to improving STEM retention.
Students benefit from new Wi-Fi access points and enhanced bandwidth.
Junior Tori Dettloff earned the Outstanding All-Acadmeic award to lead seven Pioneers honored individually.
The senior earned the prestigious honor by maintaining a grade point average of at least 3.5.
Cal State East Bay is one of several CSUs offering a free Office 365 subscription to students, faculty and staff.
Jason Anaya, Michael Emono and Richard Rizzo combined their shared interests in tiny houses, sustainability and dystopian fiction with their individual talents and expertise to create “Live Cube.”
The Cal State East Bay women’s swimming team was one of a record 406 programs to earn College Swimming Coaches Association of America Scholar All-America Team honors for a team GPA of over 3.00.
The Garstang, England native was one of 47 athletes to be honored.
Cal State East Bay’s Office of University Diversity is sponsoring a safe space for students, faculty and staff to discuss the event and process their feelings.
The university's engineering faculty and students worked with local high schoolers at the week-long camp.
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education has listed Cal State East Bay in its "Top Producers of Minority STEM Graduates" and "Top Producers of Asian American Graduates."
Replays of the undergraduate, graduate and Concord campus ceremonies are all available online.
Cal State East Bay’s graduate students celebrated their accomplishments with family and friends at the 2015 commencement ceremony on June 12.
Moments of joy, pride, emotion and celebration were captured in a photo gallery of CSUEB's undergraduate commencement.
Cal State East Bay’s Concord campus held its commencement ceremony last weekend and some of the highlights were captured in a photo gallery.
By Leroy M. Morishita
Cal State East Bay President Leroy M. Morishita encouraged new graduates to find their passion, dream big and make a difference in his speech at last weekend's commencement ceremony.
Five new graduates share their stories of perseverance in Cal State East Bay’s 2015 commencement video.
Cal State East Bay and the Alameda County of Education have received a $3 million partnership grant to continue their commitment to enriching K-12 science education.
When Cal State East Bay graduates walked across the stage at commencement last weekend, many chose to show their personality and creativity on the top of their graduation cap.
The university is home to students from all walks of life, including many first-generation college students.
Twitter and Instagram posts tagged with #Pioneers2015 will be shown on the big screen at Cal State East Bay’s undergraduate commencement ceremony on June 13.
Daniel Riddle Rodriguez, an undergraduate in Cal State East Bay’s creative writing program, took first place in a national literary magazine contest for his work “Low Village.”
A capacity crowd is expected at Cal State East Bay's undergraduate commencement ceremony on June 13.
California State University, East Bay will celebrate another diverse group of graduates in a series of commencement ceremonies on the Hayward and Concord campuses June 12 and 13.
Cal State East Bay alumnus Will Adams (BA ’99, Mass Communication) was awarded two local Emmys for his work at NBC Bay Area.
From the Chancellor's Office, Public Affairs
German officials from the State of Baden-Württemberg journeyed to Cal State East Bay to celebrate their exchange program and witness the signing of a memorandum of understanding to extend the program.
The innovative program focused on supporting, retaining and graduating transfer students is celebrating its first graduating class on Sunday, June 7.
Cal State East Bay’s student housing residents will have the opportunity to unload unwanted reusable items and find some new treasures at FreeFest from June 7-12.
In "(Re)Presenting Wilma Rudolph," Cal State East Bay professor Rita Liberti gives a fresh perspective on the story of the Olympic track star.
Sophomore catcher Ali Cerminara was named to the Capital One Academic All-America Division II third team.
Cal State East Bay’s Department of Theatre & Dance presents a showcase of senior projects directed by theater and dance majors.
Cal State East Bay graduates Leona Tang, Amy Schioldager, Wenli Wang and Pamela Kershaw were included in the San Francisco Business Times’ annual list of “The Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business.”
Rachel Echeandia and Erik Miranda took second place in the undergraduate education category at the CSU Student Research Competition.
By Lauren Pitcher
Dean Carolyn Nelson of the College of Education and Allied Studies at Cal State East Bay was a panelist at the first annual Women’s Cultural Communication Summit.
A.J. Hebert and Adam Stone were named to the Division II PING All-West Region team by the Golf Coaches Association of America after leading the Cal State East Bay golf team to its most successful season in program history.
"INSIGHT Into Diversity" magazine has recognized the university for its inclusivity and diverse student body.
See images from the annual event that honored graduating seniors for their academic excellence.
Cal State East Bay students Ana Paula R. Bercot and Johnathan Burleson, along with health sciences lecturer Stephen J. Morewitz, Ph.D., will be presenting their research studies at the 96th annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Pacific Division, June 14-17 in San Francisco.
Alameda County Superior Court judge Jacob Blea III addressed graduating honors students with a speech.
Trevor R. Getz will discuss his book Abina and the Important Men at the May 26 event.
The Pioneers’ third baseman was recognized on the All-West region second team after a stellar 2015 season.
The University honors Judge Jacob Blea III and Shaun Tai.
BestColleges.com places CSUEB’s B.S. in hospitality management program at No. 7 in the country.
Prospective students posed for the camera at the annual event welcoming newcomers and their guests to campus.
California State University, East Bay has presented five faculty members with a Provost’s Award for outstanding achievement.
Senior Ryan Kochan was named to the West Region first-team for his academic achievement.
CSUEB will honor graduating seniors for their academic excellence.
California State University, East Bay has been awarded a $26,000 2014-15 Campus as a Living Lab (CALL) Grant by the Office of the Chancellor.
CSUEB's chair of the Department of Philosophy wins national popular culture award
CSUEB helps advance awareness of communication disorders and age-related diseases with several campus events in May
Four Pioneer women’s softball players honored by California Collegiate Athletic Association, including Newcomer of the Year.
Junior Marquise Cherry was crowned men's long jump champion at the 2015 California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) track and field championships.
CSUEB freshman Michael Covenant Ratcliffe is a finalist for a position on the California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees.
Two CSUEB golfers honored by California Collegiate Athletic Association
BY JEFF BLISS
Cal State East Bay alumnus James Monroe Iglehart (BA ’98) won critical acclaim — not to mention a Tony and a Drama Desk Award — for his Broadway performance in Aladdin … just as he’d planned.
Cal State East Bay's Lucy Ogbu-Nwobodo named one of 30 Paul & Daisy Soros New American fellows.
Creative visionary and social justice theater artist Rhodessa Jones will give a performance workshop and speak at California State University, East Bay.
Cal State East Bay Department of Theater & Dance to Stage Original Work May 1-2; May 8-10 California State University, East Bay's Theatre & Dance Department will stage "A House Divided: La Casa de Bernarda Alba."
California State University, East Bay has won a 2015 City of Hayward Environmental Award, which recognizes businesses, schools, organizations and residents for exceptional environmental leadership.
Three Cal State East Bay experts will present “Asian-Americans: People, Culture and Communication”
Cal State East Bay graduating seniors should plan to attend GradFest, a one-stop opportunity for commencement information and graduation merchandise to be held on both campuses in April.
World-renowned saxophonists Bob Mintzer (The Yellowjackets) and Tia Fuller (Beyoncé & Esperanza Spaulding) join the Music Department's annual event.
Six Cal State East Bay student-athletes have been recognized with California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Winter All-Academic honors.
Learn more about commencement at Graduation Information Workshop April 15.
California State University, East Bay has earned a bronze Award of Excellence from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education’s (CASE) District VII. This is the first time CSUEB has won a CASE award.
Gerald S. Henig, Cal State East Bay emeritus professor of history, will present “Lincoln’s Successor, Andrew Johnson: States Rights’ Advocate or White Supremacist?”
JoAnn Conrad, an adjunct professor in Cal State East Bay’s Department of Anthropology, Geography & Environmental Studies, has been awarded two research fellowships.
As part of its sustainability program, Cal State East Bay partnered with Zagster in Fall Quarter 2014 to bring a bicycle-sharing program to campus.
California State University, East Bay President Leroy M. Morishita will host an Etiquette Dinner for graduating seniors on April 16, at 5 p.m. in the University Union Multipurpose Room.
Robert Phelps, director of California State University, East Bay’s Concord Campus and associate professor of history, has been named an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow for the 2015-16 academic year.
Cal State East Bay Librarian Gretchen (Gr) Keer will present “LGBTQ: People, Culture, and Communication,” from 9-10:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 7, in the Biella Room in the University Library.
When Cal State East Bay student Joe Tolo’s rendition of “To Love Somebody” turned two chairs in the recent blind auditions on the eighth season of “The Voice,” he chose to join the team of pop artist Christina Aguilera over country crooner Blake Shelton.
Law-enforcement leaders across the Bay Area share common ground as Cal State East Bay Alumni. (with slide show)
A Cal State East Bay staff member and three students were recognized recently at the Association for Orientation, Transition, and Retention in Higher Education regional conference in Fresno.
Cal State East Bay history professor Dee E. Andrews has won the Barra Sabbatical Fellowship at the McNeil Center for Early American Studies in Philadelphia for the 2015-16 academic year.
The Department of Physics at California State University, East Bay is participating in a unique international experiment - the Global Network of Optical Magnetometers for Exotic physics (GNOME).
Cal State East Bay's College of Science to Host Bay Area Regional Science Olympiad for Second Year California State University, East Bay will host the Bay Area Regional Science Olympiad (BARSO) on March 21, from 7 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
It's a story that has become all too common. Joe graduates high school. The ink is barely dry on his diploma and the credit applications start filling the mailbox.
The University Art Gallery is proud to present “In The Dark: New Media Works,” its first exhibition showcasing a collection of electronic media, including 2D/3D digital, video, audio (sound art), animation, games, websites, interactive, motion graphics, and more. The exhibition is open to all CSU East Bay undergraduate and graduate students, and alumni. Phillip Hofstetter, Ian Pollock, and Philip Ringler will jury the event.
Cal State East Bay’s award-winning GANAS (Gaining Access ‘N Academic Success) program is a finalist in the inaugural California Awards for Innovation in Higher Education Showcase to be held in Sacramento on March 9.
Cal State East Bay softball senior Jaynie MacDonald was named the Louisville Slugger/National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Division II National Player of the Week for games played over Feb. 23-March 1.
Cal State East Bay senior Jacari Whitfield has been named to the 2014-15 All-California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) men's basketball honorable mention team, announced by the conference on Wednesday evening during the annual awards banquet.
California State University, East Bay’s Theatre & Dance Department will mount a production of the Tony award-winning musical “In the Heights,” March 6–7 and March 13–15. The March 6–7 and 13–14 performances will begin at 8 p.m., and the March 15 performance will begin at 2 p.m.
Cal State East Bay women’s basketball has become a regular to the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Championships. The Pioneers will compete in their fourth straight tournament and take on Cal Poly Pomona on Thursday, March 5 inside the Stockton Arena.
Cal State East Bay’s seventh annual MESA Day Preliminary Competition is set for 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. this Saturday, March 7. The event, which gives educationally disadvantaged students from local schools an opportunity to participate in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) competitions, is designed to help the students apply their academic skills in a hands-on, real-world setting.
The Winter 2015 issue of Cal State East Bay Magazine is now available in print and at issuu.com!
Cal State East Bay senior A.J. Hebert has been named the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Men's Golfer of the Week for Feb. 18-24.
The Diversity Development Program Series presents a discussion led by Diana Balgas, Ph.D and Luz Calvo, Ph.D on the incredible diversity among the many variations in Latino cultures and identities. The presentation will focus in on Latinos at CSUEB, demographic changes in university enrollment, and student success outcomes and strategies.
Cal State East Bay senior guard Stephanie Lopez has been named the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Women’s Basketball Player of the Week, announced on Tuesday. She becomes the first Pioneer in program history to earn the honor twice in the same season.
Anyone who aspires to being a teacher will want to attend the “Day of the Teacher: Success — Nothing Less” on Saturday, March 7, at Cal State East Bay’s Concord Campus. The event is scheduled from 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Cal State East Bay women’s swimming finished in third place at the 2015 Pacific Collegiate Swim Conference (PCSC) Championships, which concluded on Saturday evening at the Splash! La Mirada Regional Aquatic Center.
For all students who want to know more about graduation and the 2015 commencement ceremony.
For the first time in seven tries since joining the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA), Cal State East Bay earned a victory inside the Eagles' Nest. The 66-53 victory over Cal State L.A. on Friday night gives Head Coach Suzy Barcomb her No. 300 career win between her two NCAA coaching stops.
HAYWARD – As part of Cal State East Bay’s mission to create and maintain an environment of justice, tolerance, equity and nondiscrimination for its community, the university kicks off its annual Week of Inclusive Excellence on Feb. 23.
California State University, East Bay’s chapter of the Zeta Omega fraternity will host a Brothers Against Drunk Driving (BADD) workshop, “Staying Alive,” on Feb. 16, from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. in the university's Concord Room. The workshop is presented in collaboration with CSUEB's University Police Department, and is free and open to the public.
Cal State East Bay will celebrate Lunar New Year with a week of art and culture, Monday through Friday, Feb. 16-20, on the Hayward campus. Various Asian countries celebrate Lunar New Year, including China, Vietnam, Korea, and others.
Kathryn Ma, highly acclaimed, award-winning author of “The Year She Left Us,” will give a free, public reading at Cal State East Bay at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 25, in the University Library Biella Room.
Cal State East Bay's head cross country and track & field coach Ralph Jones has announced that the Pioneer track & field program will host a free Trailblazer Speed & Movement Clinic this Sunday morning for youth ages 7-12. The clinic goes from 10 to 11 a.m. at the track in Pioneer Stadium.
Virtual Food Drive Underway Through End of Spring Quarter; On-Campus Food Drive to Run Feb. 23-27
Stephen J. Morewitz, Ph.D., an award-winning lecturer in Cal State East Bay's Department of Nursing and Health Sciences, will present his new research on teen runaways at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Orlando, Fla, on March 6.
Lee Blitch, interim vice president of University Advancement at California State University, East Bay, Blitch spoke with the San Francisco Business Times about CSU East Bay receiving a $2.7 million grant from the S.D. Bechtel Jr. Foundation to help bolster its STEM programs.
California State University, East Bay has launched Pioneer Scholarships, an innovative one-stop online scholarship management and portal system.
California State University, East Bay has received a $2.5 million grant from the S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation.
Susan Opp, Cal State East Bay’s associate vice president, Academic Programs and Graduate Studies, has been appointed provost of California State University Maritime Academy in Vallejo.
Two Cal State East Bay experts will discuss “James Baldwin – To Live As A Witness” on Feb. 10, from 9-10:30 a.m., in the Biella Room in the University Library.
Cal State East Bay Associate Professor Keith Inman has been invited to present his research findings in forensic science at a conference of The Royal Society, London, in February.
Cal State East Bay students interested in gaining experience in public service, law, business, politics and research are encouraged to apply for a 2015 Panetta Congressional Internship. The deadline to apply is Thursday, Feb. 19.
The Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIASF) recently awarded $42,500 in new scholarships to 14 Cal State East Bay students. These $2,500 and $5,000 scholarships at CSUEB are the first awards made to the university through the APIASF. The new scholarships open an additional pathway to success for Asian American and Pacific Islander students (AAPI) and complement the campus services available to them through CSUEB’s Student Service Operation for Success program (Project SSOS).
Five Cal State East Bay students have been selected to attend the eighth annual Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) meeting, at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Fla., March 6-8.
California State University East Bay's Center for Sport and Social Justice will host "Queering Fields and Courts: LGBTQ Issues in Sport," Jan. 28-29 on CSUEB’s Hayward campus. The events are free and open to the public.
CSUEB students, faculty, staff and administrators gathered this week on the Hayward campus for the university’s second annual “MLK Jr. Celebration Breakfast.”
For a music major studying opera, what could be better than immersing oneself in the birthplace of opera itself? Cal State East Bay student Brandon Keith Biggs, blind from birth, is getting to do exactly that. Currently studying abroad in Italy as part of an international exchange program, Biggs is the first blind CSUEB student to participate in a study abroad program.
Cal State East Bay President Leroy Morishita will kick off the university’s action to fight climate change in a free public event from noon to 2 p.m. Monday, Jan. 26, in the New University Union Multipurpose Room on the Hayward campus.
The next presentation in Cal State East Bay’s Diversity Development Program will be “Gender Issues: People, Culture and Communication,” from 9 - 11 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 13, in the Biella Room in the University Library.