Moving Past Awareness to Action

Moving Past Awareness to Action: Patty Oikawa

The Cal State East Bay Assistant Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Patty Oikawa, studies how we can use natural ecosystems to fight climate change. Read more
Applied Sciences Center Groundbreaking

Applied Sciences Center Groundbreaking

Cal State East Bay has broken ground on its newest building, the Applied Sciences Center, beginning construction on a 22,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility. Read More
Veronica Collins and Arnab  Mukherjea pose together for a photo.

Alumna Launches First Endowed Scholarship for Public Health

Paving the way comes naturally to Veronica Collins (B.S. ’19, Health Sciences), whether through philanthropy to her alma mater or in her life’s work. Collins is an Air Force veteran who came to Cal State East Bay as a first-generation nontraditional student, working as a surgical technician while obtaining her degree. Read more
Students practicing sequencing technique in Cal State East Bay's molecular lab

Mapping a Plant Genome

Cal State East Bay announces new DNA sequencing institute READ MORE
Professor Chris Baysdorfer demonstrates a technique at the Cal State East Bay sequencing labs.

Cal State East Bay Receives Largest Individual Gift on Record to Support Applied Sciences Center

Marvin Remmich (BS ’69, Business Administration) and his wife, Susan, commit $5M READ MORE
Sara Toyloy smiling at the front desk of Elixir Medical Coporation

Meet Sara Toyloy

Chief Regulatory Officer, President and Cal State East Bay Distinguished Alumna READ MORE
three college of science students smiling

EESA Welcomes Third Cohort of CSUEB Interns

A Berkeley Lab internship program involving master’s-level students from the nation’s fifth most diverse university will enter its third year in June. READ MORE
Dr. Stanton actively lecturing to a classroom with students

Mental Health Hygiene

Tips for staying mentally healthy while sheltering in place. READ MORE
four nurses smiling in a collage

Pioneer Nurses

We celebrate our Pioneer nurses who are our healthcare heroes and at the frontline during this coronavirus pandemic. READ MORE
CSUEB student standing in front of Science buildings in cap and gown

Commencement Weekend

Cal State East Bay to celebrate 5,000 students May 17-19 READ MORE
CSUEB nursing student practicing in the nursing skills lab

Training the Nurses Hospitals Need

New Cal State East Bay Master of Science in Nursing program provides option for nurses seeking advanced degrees READ MORE
Chunli Cao smiling in cap and gown

From Factory Worker to Engineer

Cal State East Bay senior graduates despite humble beginnings READ MORE
CSUEB students at the NASA's SLAC Lab

Meeting of the Minds

Cal State East Bay to host physicists, students for annual meeting READ MORE
CSUEB students using virtual reality gear to find structural defects

How to Catch a Mistake

Cal State East Bay construction management students using virtual reality to find structural defects READ MORE
Students standing in the new outdoor classroom at the CSUEB Concord campus

Building an Outdoor Classroom

Cal State East Bay opens new field station at Concord campus READ MORE
photo of the world’s largest particle accelerator

Back to the Beginning

Cal State East Bay students to study at CERN, world’s largest particle physics lab READ MORE
Cal State East Bay Assistant Professor of Physics and gamma-ray astrophysicist Amy Furniss and others standing in front of the  prototype gamma-ray telescope

Eyes on the Sky

Cal State East Bay students, professor part of team behind revolutionary telescope READ MORE
Cristian Gaedicke, associate professor of engineering and students from Chile

Renewable Energy Education Goes Global

Chilean students participate in sustainable construction management summer program READ MORE
Cal-Bridge academic scholars standing on a bridge smiling at the camera

Bridging Academic Divides

Cal-Bridge program receives $5M grant for Ph.D. pathways at 24 campuses READ MORE
Wooden gliders used for MESA Day

Designing Gliders and Building Arms

Students put their math, science and engineering skills to the test READ MORE
Dr. Matt Johnson sitting on a bench with a T-850 Terminator

Will A.I. Ruin Us?

Professor and machine-learning expert Matt Johnson takes on Skynet, spying and where the technology is going next READ MORE
Petroleum Experts

Petroleum Experts Limited Donates MOVE Suite Software Licenses to the College of Science

Petroleum Experts Limited has donated to the College of Science ten educational licenses to its MOVE Suite software programs.   READ MORE
Students participating in CSUEB's virtual reality camp

Building a VR Pipeline

Cal State East Bay hosts virtual reality camp for Hayward high school students. READ MORE
Discover Engineering Camp

Building the Next Generation of Engineers

Cal State East Bay hosts weeklong Discover Engineering! camp for area students READ MORE
Professors Karina Garbesi teaching a group of students

A Commitment to Success

Professors Karina Garbesi, Erik Helgren awarded CSU Faculty Innovation and Leadership Award Read More
Levent Ertaul is a professor of computer science looking into the camera

Cyber Attacks Are Inevitable

5 facts you should know about the future of cybersecurity Read More
a group of Chilean students gathered around a construction management tool

Building a Green Future

Chilean students spend summer at Cal State East Bay learning sustainable construction management skills. Read More
The biannual csueb science festival at the concord campus

Discovering Science

Concord campus' 'Discovery Day' expected to draw hundreds READ MORE
Cal State East Bay Professor Patty Oikawa and students out in the field

Why It Matters

Cal State East Bay Professor Patty Oikawa is introducing her environmental science students to cutting-edge technology, research she hopes will help fight climate change (see video) READ MORE
csueb students at VERITAS (the Very Energetic Radiation Imaging Telescope Array System based in Arizona)

When Star-Gazing Gets Technical

Cal State East Bay is the proud owner of a new global science tool — meet the undergraduates using and helping to build it. READ MORE
Science lab news

Leveling up in the Lab

Cal State East Bay unveils university’s largest renovation of research and teaching space — the College of Science’s new molecular research and environmental analysis labs.

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Discovering the Power of Engineering

Discovering the Power of Engineering

Cal State East Bay hosts weeklong program for budding engineers Read More
augmented reality news

Augmented Reality

Cal State East Bay research project explores real-world applications of beta holographic goggles

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Cal State Host Lab

How to Stop Middle Schoolers From Falling Behind in STEM

Cal State East Bay HOST Labs help students explore careers in science education while reinvigorating local middle schoolers' interest in science Read More
Research Lab

The Race to Store Radioactive Waste

Department of Energy grant allows Cal State East Bay professor, students to research nuclear fuel waste Read More
Student Highlight

From Single Mother to Osteopath

Alumna Mindy Tong is second in a new East Bay Today series on social mobility Read More
Inspiring engineers

Inspiring the Next Generation of Engineers

Cal State East Bay is hosting a weeklonh camp to engage high schoolrers in engineering Read More
Funding Faculty Research

Funding Faculty Research

Professor emerita gives $1.5M to support collaborative science research Read more
Trina Ostrander Honored by Alameda County

Cal State East Bay STEM Institute Executive Director Trina Ostrander Honored by Alameda County

Trina Ostrander, executive director of Cal State East Bay’s STEM Institute, will be honored at this year’s Alameda County Women’s Hall of Fame luncheon March 24.

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Cal State East Bay Student Makes Cover of The Journal of Chemical Physics

Cal State East Bay Student Makes Cover of The Journal of Chemical Physics

Through Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Elizabeth Sangalang has been researching ‘hydrogen getters’ Read More
Cal State East Bay Student

Sprinting Toward the Finish Line

Cal State East Bay graduate Noah Siegel struggled to focus academically until he found running Read More
Moving Past Awareness to Action: Patty Oikawa

Moving Past Awareness to Action

The Cal State East Bay Assistant Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Patty Oikawa, studies how we can use natural ecosystems to fight climate change. 

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Dirt Research

Ruling Out Danger

Cal State East Bay research points toward human-made lead poisoning in Fruitvale and helps city leaders advocate for clean up Read More
Professor Emeritus

Ripple Effect

Professor Emeritus gives scholarships to all 2017-18 school psychology graduate students in good academic standing Read More
solar suit case

Pacific Gas and Electric Company Doubles Funding of Solar Suitcase

New support will spread the program to CSUs and communities across the state Read more