Reed, 75, served as the CSU’s sixth chancellor and held the title of Chancellor Emeritus.
The last few weeks have been a time of turmoil for many of us. No matter what outcome you were hoping for, the result of the presidential election has elicited an outpouring of strong emotion and sentiment.
As semester conversion changes continue, the GE Subcommittee of the Committee on Instruction and Curriculum has been charged with reviewing applications from departments and programs to certify classes to qualify for the new semester overlay requirements.
I write to provide assurance that we will continue to make every effort to provide a safe and welcoming campus environment for all our students, faculty, staff, alumni and members of the community.
As part of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, the Information Security Office (ISO) at Cal State East Bay is hosting a seminar on cybersecurity and privacy.
As part of the semester conversion process, a special committee of Cal State East Bay faculty is developing an Institutional Learning Outcomes Idea Book.
Cal State East Bay is off to an exciting start to the school year, with news of national honors, significant contributions, and a celebration of the start of our first comprehensive campaign.
Al Fresco 2016, Cal State East Bay’s annual welcome festival, will feature live musical performances, free food, games, giveaways, resource tables and a special greeting from Vice President of Student Affairs Julie Wong to kick off the school year.
Sociology majors at Cal State East Bay will see a change to their requirements starting in fall 2018 when semester conversion is finalized.
The first phase of the project, which includes a new home page, is set to launch at the end of September.
Information Technology Services will begin to replace the campus telephone infrastructure with a new system starting in June 2016.
Ashley Walker, a master's candidate in choral conducting, is the recipient of the 2016-17 CSU Trustees’ Award for Outstanding Achievement.
Susan Gubernat was recently recognized by the prestigious national literary journal “Prairie Schooner.”
Gove will be honored on July 24 in the music building on Cal State East Bay’s Hayward campus.
The success of HPN helped Hayward win an "All-America City Award."
“Better Together: California Teachers Summit” is a free day of learning for educators.
The weeklong camp is designed to introduce students from low-income communities to not only engineering concepts, but also the idea of going to college.
The award-winning program has added a harmonica component.
David and Karen Stein hope to inspire others to give to support arts students.
Derek Jackson Kimball considers his most recent scientific findings the “greatest discovery of his life.”
The week-long camp is designed to introduce students from low-income communities to the idea of engineering and to consider college.
The Class of 2016 expressed itself with creative graduation caps.
Rita Liberti won for “(Re)Presenting Wilma Rudolph.”
Students participated in commencement ceremonies held at both Hayward and Concord campuses June 12 and 13.
CSUEB has earned a silver Circle of Excellence award from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.
The senior outfielder is the Pioneers' first draft pick since 2013.
Luz Marina Lopez de Cablas has earned her degree after fleeing El Salvador.
Inch has served as the dean of the College of Arts and Letters at Sacramento State since 2011.
Ashey Maynard took second for her presentation on the Olympia oyster.
Goodenbour most recently led the highly successful Cal State Dominguez Hills program.
Veronica Navarro, who has cerebral palsy, was once told she would never graduate from college.
The senior also claimed All-America honors for the second straight year.
“King Tide: Shoreline” runs May 29, May 30 and June 5.
Couch has spearheaded Cal State East Bay’s Institute for STEM Education since 2011.
David Lopez will transition into his new statewide role in July.
The local poet and nationally acclaimed author will be on campus for a poetry reading on May 23 at 7 p.m.
The program was ranked No. 5 nationwide by the website healthcareadministrator.org.
Students will provide medical care to a rural village.
The annual Performance Fusion Festival is May 27-29.
Honors Convocation recognized students for their academic achievements.
The Pioneers face Cal Baptist in their first trip to the Division II tournament since 1977.
The acclaimed American labor leader and civil rights activist will discuss her life and work in the labor movement.
The Juried Student Exhibition showcases work created by students during the 2015-2016 academic year.
Associate Professor of history Bridget Ford will present at the inaugural event on May 19.
An estimated 278 seniors will be honored at the Saturday, May 14 event.
Dilsaver (B.S. ’77, Business Administration) will be honored at CSUEB's commencement on June 12.
Unoki will be honored at CSUEB's June 11 commencement ceremony.
CSUEB matched a program record with eight All-CCAA honorees.
Dr. Sukari Ivester will also host a presentation of her research on May 13 at CSUEB's Hayward campus.
The speaker series includes CSUEB professor Dr. Sukari Ivester, who will discuss the socio-economic implications of major, international sporting events.
The Felton native earned the honor for a strong senior season as both a pitcher and hitter.
A 5-2 win over Cal State Monterey Bay on Sunday earned the Pioneers the regular season title.
The opportunity came at an event intended to imitate the United Nations’ proceedings.
The event includes short presentations by department faculty and students from the art, communication, music, and theatre and dance departments.
This year’s theme is "Educated, Engaged, Effective: Social Justice Leadership for Student Success."
The honorary degrees of Doctor of Humane Letters will be given to Evelyn Dilsaver (B.S. ’77, Business Administration) and Yoji Unoki.
Sierra Clark, Rose Marston and Ali Cerminara were each honored.
The executive director of Cal State East Bay’s Institute for STEM Education was recently recognized as one of the 2016 San Francisco Business Times’ Influential Women.
To mark National Foster Care Awareness Month, the Cal State East Bay Renaissance Scholars Program will host a celebratory luncheon.
Department of Kinesiology Chair Paul Carpenter, who rides 50 miles roundtrip daily, will be among the participants.
Golfer Chad Hall and water polo player Sabrina Hatzer led the award winners.
Carolyn Nelson was honored for her work in the Hayward Promise Neighborhood initiative.
Students and the Campus Sustainability Committee are using the results of a campus Greenhouse Gas Inventory to start creating a Climate Action Plan
Local media covered CSUEB's inaugural hack day that was focused on using drones to combat diseases.
The actor, radio personality, writer and Bay Area native is coming to CSUEB for a free performance of his one-man show.
Inductees include four former student-athletes, one coach/administrator and — for the first time ever — an entire team.
Matthew Atencio's paper was recognized by the international journal Leisure Studies as one of the “best ever published from 2007-2014.”
CSUEB defeated Sonoma State in match play to win the school's second conference title in six weeks.
The junior is CSUEB's first ever CCAA champion in golf.
Sara Silva has received the American Kinesiology Association's Undergraduate Scholar Award.
The show runs April 29-30 and May 6-7 at 8 p.m. at the University Theatre.
The 54-hour event will connect young entrepreneurs with mentors.
Dr. Kathleen Wong(Lau) will lead SJSU's Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Chester will learn more about leadership and higher education.
Students will use drones to combat mosquito-borne illnesses in this problem-solving event.
Faculty to receive a proposed 10.5 percent increase over a three-year period
Portfolium is a new cloud-based tool designed to help users go beyond the limits of a traditional resume.
“In The Dark: New Media Works,” featuring creations by alumni, graduate and undergraduate students, runs April 5-28.
"The Lentil Underground: Renegade Farmers and the Future of Food in America" is this year's book.
A different generation of students are filling the classrooms on the Concord campus.
Bridget Ford hopes to inspire people to look to the past in approaching the current unrest in the United States.
Eight players from the men's and women's basketball team earned the recognition with GPAs above 3.3.
Feedbacknation will host its first event on the Hayward campus on April 1.
The Freshmen Day of Service is a requirement for first-year students through their general studies course.
University CIO Borre Ulrichsen wrote about CSUEB’s approach in Education Technology Insights
The Pioneers fell to UCSD 74-59 in the first round of the NCAA Division II West Regionals.
Michael Lee will be a featured speaker at the March 15 event.
The university earned three District VII silver awards and one bronze award.
Roberto Granados is considered a virtuoso in classical and Flamenco guitar as well as ukulele.
Barbara Hall was one of three African-American community leaders honored by State Senator Bob Wieckowski.
The Pioneers defeated Cal State Dominguez Hills 68-53 in the California Collegiate Athletic Association tournament title game.
CSUEB hosts the Bay Area regional competition for the third straight year.
The Hayward campus will host STEM competitions for pre-college students on March 5.
The Pioneers beat Humboldt State 57-51 on Tuesday night in the first ever CCAA postseason tournament game at Pioneer Gym.
Programs in London and Rio de Janeiro are available in the summer.
CSUEB and Hayward Unified School District have united to help first-generation students reach college.
Couch is being honored in the education category.
The Pioneers finished in a three-way tie for first place in the conference standings after beating Cal State Monterey Bay 69-44.
Maria Nieto's “The Water of Life Remains in the Dead” has been ranked one of the top 10 Best Fiction Books for 2015 by The Latino Author.
The Pioneers host a CCAA playoff game for the first time on March 1 at 7 p.m.
The production of the the Tony Award-winning musical runs March 4-5 and 11-13.
Isabel Bueso has lived with a rare condition since early childhood and is now educating others.
The Chancellor will host an open forum and question and answer session with faculty and staff as part of his visit.
The event will better acquaint students with the services that can help them succeed in college.
The event will focus on enrollment and administrative services for students.
He will read from his collection “Wild Horse.”
The informational fair is Thursday, Feb. 25 from 6-8 p.m.
CEO Magazine has CSUEB in the top tier for MBA rankings in North America.
The group will give free dental screenings, fluoride varnish application and oral health education to kids aged 3 to 13.
Students serve as mentors to teenagers at a local high school.
The university will present a variety of activities to promote inclusive excellence, diversity, equity and social justice.
The classical composer scored the new game “The Star Chasers"
The production runs Feb. 20-March 12 at the Eureka Theatre in San Francisco.
The five-course dinner is an opportunity for graduating seniors to learn about proper dinner etiquette and other topics.
The process allows faculty to rethink and redesign their entire curriculum.
Mario Silva played the trumpet on Morgan Heritage’s “Strictly Roots,” which won Best Reggae Album of the year.
Singley has been a professor in the department of physics, serving as its chair from 2006-2011 and is the co-director for the semester conversion initiative.
After 20 years as dean, Leung's last day will be Feb. 12.
The College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences is co-sponsoring a live dramatic solo performance about multiple perspectives on the Middle East conflict.
Stephanie Haro and Masiel Morales are the only students from the CSU system selected for the program run by the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities.
The Feb. 13 event is part of a longstanding outreach effort to increase the number of first-generation and minority students who go to college.
Cal State East Bay’s Oakland Center will celebrate its grand reopening on Feb. 12 from 4-6 p.m. with a reception hosted by President Leroy M. Morishita.
The pair will visit campus along with journalist Dave Zirin as part of a special event put on by the Center for Sport & Social Justice.
Sakaki earned both a bachelor's degree in Human Development and master's degree in Educational Psychology from CSUEB.
The senior scored her 1,211th career point for the Pioneers' women's basketball team.
It's the sixth straight year that the Pioneers have captured Scholar All-America honors under head coach Ben Loorz.
CSUEB will guarantee admission to every eligible Oakland Unified School District student.
CSU East Bay has introduced several new apps that now allow students to use mobile devices for a broader range of tasks. The CSUEB mobile suite of apps is one of these apps and allows quick and convenient access to the most important features students need while on the go. The Blackboard app is another and it provides optimized mobile access to BlackBoard like never before. With all the features these two mobile apps provide, now you can feel good about leaving your computer at home and be just as productive using a smartphone.
Dance program alumni will take the stage with original dance, music and spoken word performances on Saturday, Feb. 6.
Cal State East Bay’s Academic Advising and Career Education Department (AACE) will host the Winter Career and Internship Fair on Jan. 28.
Rosemary Rodd Spitzer has donated to establish the Rosemary and Matthew Spitzer Distinguished Science Faculty Award.
Austin, an assistant professor in the department of sociology and social services, shared his insights on racial progress in the United States.
Vaughn led the Pioneers to a 12-9 win over Cal State Bakersfield, their first over a Division I opponent since the 2013 season.
With music programs returning to schools, CSUEB's music education is filling a need.
Cal State East Bay Associate Political Science Professor Elizabeth Bergman shared her expertise through an article she penned for The Washington Post published Dec. 21.
The Q&A competition for high school students focusing on neuroscience will be held on the Hayward campus Jan. 16.
Undergraduate students Teresa Gamber and Jacqueline Ortiz have been honored for their work in promoting and enhancing environmentally-friendly practices.
For the first time since joining the conference, CSUEB swept the CCAA's weekly basketball honors.
According to U.S. News & World Report, two Cal State East Bay online degree programs are rated among the best in the magazine’s 2016 rankings.
Julie McNamara is one of just 32 early-career mathematics educators in higher education selected to be a 2016 STaR fellow.
Gene Luen Yang (MS ’03, Education) is the first graphic novelist to earn the honor.
Gene Luen Yang (MS ’03, Education) is the first graphic novelist to earn the honor.
Students are using solar energy education to promote social justice and environmental sustainability at home and abroad.