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Office of Faculty Development News and Event


Call for Proposals: Back to the Bay, 2024 

For more Information and to submit a proposal for our annual professional development campus: Back to the Bay, 2024

Proposals due by May 3rd at 5 pm. 


Summer Writing Accountability Group (WAG): Focus on Grantsmanship and Extramural Funding 

We invite tenure track/tenured faculty who are interested in applying for extramural funding to participate in the Summer 2024 Writing Accountability Groups. The goal of the Summer 2024 WAG is to provide focused support to faculty who are committed to submitting an external grant application in AY 2024-25. 

To learn more and apply, please fill out this brief application.

 Application Deadline: 5 pm on May 2, 2024.  


Volunteers needed!  Show our students we appreciate them.  During the week of recognition, Thursday, April 18th from 11:00-2:00, it is our time as faculty to recognize our students. We are looking for 6 volunteers to help pass out treats to our students on the Union Walkway. 

If you are interested in volunteering for a one hour shift please sign up here:

Sign Up: East Bay Faculty Appreciate East Bay Students


You are invited!  The Office of Faculty Development would like to invite you to the Celebration of Teaching. This annual event celebrates the accomplishments of those faculty that participated in development opportunities throughout the academic year.  

When: Friday, May 3 from 1-3

Where: Union MPR

RSVP: 2024 Celebration of Teaching


FLC on AI on Teaching and Learning The Faculty Learning Community on Teaching and Learning provided a webinar to the campus community.  If you missed the webinar it can be located here:  AI Webinar, March 2024 and the following folder provides various resources curated during the FLC: FLC AI teaching shared folder


Developing Equitable Grading Practices: Eve Higby and Stephanie Zaleski have created a new self-paced Canvas course that tackles the issue of grade inequities, problems with traditional grading structures, and suggestions for alternative grading structures. The course consists of four modules that contain videos and reflection prompts. Upon completion of the course a certificate of completion will be awarded.  

If you would like to be added to this Canvas course, please contact Keri O’Neal:














Mission: The Office of Faculty Development supports faculty in their roles as teachers, scholars, and members of the university and community. We provide opportunities and space for faculty to collaborate on projects that improve teaching and student learning. We strive to enhance collegiality among faculty as we all expand our intellectual, pedagogical, and scholarly horizons. Our services are available to full and part-time CSU East Bay faculty at all stages of their academic careers.

Contact Us

Office of Faculty Development
  • 25800 Carlos Bee Boulevard, SF314
  • Hayward, CA 94542
  • Phone: (510) 885-2569