Cal State East Bay’s American Language Program hosted 25 freshman students from Japan’s Chuo University for three weeks to exchange ideas, including learning about about Silicon Valley culture.
The extensive teaching collection of sacred objects assembled by Lanier Graham, Cal State East Bay’s Art Museum and Gallery Studies Certificate program director and adjunct professor, will be on display in a series of virtual exhibitions presented by the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California this summer.
Cal State East Bay graduate Clarisse Choy teaches Hawaiian language courses to off-island, remote learners.
Director of CSUEB Nonprofit Management Program to Conduct 'Lead Better Virtual Meetings' Video Presentation May 21
Due to a higher number of Bay Area employees working from home, Dr. Renee Rubin Ross, director of CSUEB's Nonprofit Management Certificate Program, will share free tips and strategies with the public on how to lead virtual meetings.
Strengthening California’s Future Through Literacy: How a CSUEB graduate student is committed to being a literacy leader in a kindergarten classroom
Graduate student Jennifer Morita is one of 11,000 California kindergarten teachers dedicated to teaching their students the foundation of reading and writing.
On November 2, 2019, CSUEB's Nonprofit Management Certificate Program will introduce a new course--Creating a Culture of Change: Fostering DEI in the Workplace.
The College Consensus recently ranked the best return on investment for colleges in the nation, and Cal State East Bay was ranked number 40 for their online programs.
On September 17, 2018, Cal State East Bay’s information security team discovered that unauthorized access to certain personal information occurred.
Over 80 Cal State East Bay alumni attended this year’s CareerBOOST on the Hayward campus, an event focused on assisting those who wish to begin or change careers.
Dr. Renee Rubin Ross Recounts Successful First Year as Nonprofit Management Certificate Program Director
In an in-depth interview, the director of the Nonprofit Management Certificate Program reveals her challenges and achievements during her first year leading the program.
From Ballerina to Director of Operations: Nonprofit Management Graduate Shares Her Experience as Oakland Ballet Company's Director of Operations
Oakland Ballet Company's Leah Curran gives an inside look into what it takes to be the director of operations. Last year, she completed CSUEB's Nonprofit Management Certificate Program, which she recognizes as teaching her the ins and outs of the nonprofit world.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory writer and editor Holly Auten shares her story about achieving a fulfilling career, beginning her journey in CSUEB’s Technical Writing Certificate Program.
A former Wedding Planner Certificate student has had a non-stop successful event planning career since graduating and is currently an event strategist for a multinational technology company.
Social Media Marketing Certificate graduate Terry Cato continues to build personal brand as relationship and lifestyle author, blogger and talk show host.
Nonprofit Management Student Celebrates One-Year Anniversary of Being Cancer Free, Credits Certificate Program for Providing 'Support Network'
After a battle with breast cancer, CSUEB Nonprofit Management Program student Margaret Huang is ready to push her career forward thanks to self-confidence and support she has gained throughout her time in the program.
Cal State East Bay will launch a new Master of Science in Nursing degree program starting Fall 2018.
Cal State East Bay will offer a free Cyber Security Awareness and Response Community Workshop from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Sept. 27 at its downtown Oakland Center.
Cal State East Bay's American Language Program (ALP) hosts annual GradFest, honoring Class of 2017 graduates who are former ALP students.
Cal State East Bay’s new Certificate in Global Digital Marketing will launch in spring with classes beginning as early as May 8.
The Swine and Cheese Reception is an opportunity to celebrate the mission and progress of the university's H.O.P.E. initiative. During the event, we’ll reveal the total raised from our faculty/staff piggy banks and other private gifts during the first quarter, hear from H.O.P.E. students and our community partners, and get updates about the impact of H.O.P.E. programs and activities.
The following is a message from Chancellor White regarding new developments on immigration.
Cal State East Bay has launched a branding initiative to raise its profile and strengthen its ties with various audiences.
The California State University is committed to being an inclusive and welcoming institution of higher education that is enhanced by the students, faculty, staff and alumni from our global community.
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.
Information Technology Services will begin to replace the campus telephone infrastructure with a new system starting in June 2016.
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.
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