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More than 5,000 to earn degrees this weekend from Cal State East Bay

Daily Review & Bay Area News Group; June 10, 2010

Story reports on upcoming commencement ceremonies for Cal State East Bay.

85-Year-Old CSU East Bay Grad May End Up Homeless

CBS-5 (KPIX-TV), June 9, 2010

85-year old Ida Cotton is featured in CBS-5 news report.

2 x 1.4mW fuel cells for California University

The Hydrogen Journal; June 9, 2010

Pacific Gas and Electric Company has placed an order with Connecticut company, FuelCell Energy, for 2 x 1.4 mW fuel cell power plants, to be installed on the campus of California State University, East Bay.

Yuri Kochiyama to receive honorary doctorate this week

University of Minnesota Press; June 8, 2010

University of Minnesota Press blogs about Yuri Kochiyama who was the subject of one of their biographies, "Heartbeat of Struggle" by Diane C. Fujino.

Cal State East Bay Alum Creates New Endowments for College of Business and Economics

Miriam Schaffer, Bay Area College Admissions Examiner; June 7, 2010

Cal State East Bay announced a new campaign commitment from alumnus Jack Acosta '75, MBA '78 and his wife Susan. "Cal State East Bay is already known as one of the best in the west," Acosta said.

FuelCell Energy to Supply Direct FuelCell Power Plants to California Utility

FuelCell Energy Press Release; June 3, 2010

Fuel cell power plants will be configured to utilize the by-products of the fuel cell energy conversion process, including waste heat and waste water to meet campus needs. Cal State East Bay plans to utilize the waste heat for heating a swimming pool and utilize the waste water for landscape irrigation.

Report Warned Wal-Mart of Risks Before Bias Suit

Steven Greenhouse, New York Times; June 3, 2010

The plaintiffs’ main expert, Richard Drogin, an emeritus statistics professor at California State University, East Bay, examined payroll data from 1996 to 2002 that Wal-Mart provided in the case.

Endangered Species Act: Noah's Ark or Titanic?

Craig Collins, Ph.D., Berkeley Daily Planet; June 1, 2010

Cal State East Bay Professor Craig Collins provides a news analysis on the Endangered Species Act.

Keeping Score: An Edge to Friendly Confines

Sean Forman, The New York Times; May 27, 2010

Research from CSUEB Business Professors Stephen Shmanske and Franklin Lowenthal is referenced in The New York Times baseball blog.

Once Upon a Time in Afghanistan... Record stores, Mad Men furniture, and pencil skirts -- when Kabul had rock 'n' roll, not rockets

Mohammad Qayoumi, Foreign Policy; May 27, 2010

CSUEB President Mohammad Qayoumi reflects upon the Afghanistan he knew. (Photo Essay)

Alumni in the News

People in the News

The Argus, Oakland Tribune; June 9, 2010

Alumna Janelle Minter will start the Oregon Health and Science University School of Medicine in August.

Pizza with an Egyptian touch

Dave Newhouse, Oakland Tribune columnist; June 7, 2010

Cal State East Bay alumnus Farid Radwan owns three Red Boy Pizza locations.

Harmonic Names Carolyn V. Aver as New Chief Financial Officer

Harmonic Press Release; June 1, 2010

Alumna Carolyn Aver was appointed as CFO for Harmonic. She earned a BS in Accounting from California State University, East Bay in 1982.

Wood carving turns wood into artworks

Contra Costa Times; May 6, 2010

Cal State East Bay alumnus Mike Budesilich and his award-winning wood carvings is featured in recent news article.

Fran David to get Hayward city manager post

Contra Costa Times; April 30, 2010

Hayward City Council has promoted Cal State East Bay alumna Fran David to the position of City Manager.

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California State University, East Bay
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