Faculty and Staff
Derek Jackson Kimball considers his most recent scientific findings the “greatest discovery of his life.”
David and Karen Stein hope to inspire others to give to support arts students.
Rita Liberti won for “(Re)Presenting Wilma Rudolph.”
Inch has served as the dean of the College of Arts and Letters at Sacramento State since 2011.
Goodenbour most recently led the highly successful Cal State Dominguez Hills program.
“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.
The local poet and nationally acclaimed author will be on campus for a poetry reading on May 23 at 7 p.m.
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.
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 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.
Department of Kinesiology Chair Paul Carpenter, who rides 50 miles roundtrip daily, will be among the participants.
Carolyn Nelson was honored for her work in the Hayward Promise Neighborhood initiative.
Local media covered CSUEB's inaugural hack day that was focused on using drones to combat diseases.
Matthew Atencio's paper was recognized by the international journal Leisure Studies as one of the “best ever published from 2007-2014.”
Chester will learn more about leadership and higher education.
Bridget Ford hopes to inspire people to look to the past in approaching the current unrest in the United States.
Michael Lee will be a featured speaker at the March 15 event.
Barbara Hall was one of three African-American community leaders honored by State Senator Bob Wieckowski.
Cal State East Bay STEM Education Leader Stephanie Couch to be Inducted into Alameda County Women’s Hall of Fame
Couch is being honored in the education category.
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 Chancellor will host an open forum and question and answer session with faculty and staff as part of his visit.
The event will focus on enrollment and administrative services for students.
The production runs Feb. 20-March 12 at the Eureka Theatre in San Francisco.
The university will present a variety of activities to promote inclusive excellence, diversity, equity and social justice.
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 pair will visit campus along with journalist Dave Zirin as part of a special event put on by the Center for Sport & Social Justice.
Alameda County Philanthropist’s $100,000 Gift Continues Legacy of Support for Science Education at CSUEB
Rosemary Rodd Spitzer has donated to establish the Rosemary and Matthew Spitzer Distinguished Science Faculty Award.
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.
With music programs returning to schools, CSUEB's music education is filling a need.
Julie McNamara is one of just 32 early-career mathematics educators in higher education selected to be a 2016 STaR fellow.
Students are using solar energy education to promote social justice and environmental sustainability at home and abroad.