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Cal State East Bay anniversary includes honor for Garaventa

Clayton Pioneer; Jay Bedecarre; March 7, 2011

The Clayton Pioneer newspaper in Contra Costa County reports on the university celebrating 30 years in county and CSUEB honoring Sil Garaventa, Jr.

Cal State East Bay gets grant from Bayer

Bay Area News Group (CC Times, Oakland Tribune, Hayward Daily Review, etc.); Chris Metinko; March 3, 2011

The newspapers report that the funds will be used for science, technology, engineering and mathematics training.

Cal State East Bay: Bayer grant to aid science

San Francisco Chronicle; Nanette Asimov; March 2, 2011

Bayer grant will help CSUEB's center for STEM education.

Cal State East Bay Receives Major Grant for New Center

KCBS News Radio; Anna Duckworth; March 2, 2011

Reported on the $540,000 grant awarded to Cal State East Bay by Bayer.

Bayer Foundation gives $540,000 for STEM center at Cal State East Bay

San Francisco Business Times; Ron Leuty; March 2, 2011

CSUEB recieves 540,000 for a STEM education center.

CSU East Bay gets private funding

NBC Bay Area; Erika Okano; March 2, 2011

NBC Bay Area reports on the university getting Bayer grant and mentions other science-related funding.

Bayer USA Foundation Awards $540,000 to Calif. State University, East Bay

3BL Media; March 2, 2011

Bayer grant to help CSUEB's plans for science, technology, engineering and math education.

Xtra in Arcata

Humboldt County Journal; William Kowinski; March 3, 2011

Humboldt County reviews CSUEB production of "Xtigone" at Kennedy Center festival in Arcata.

Central Coast officials blast GOP budget cuts

Gannett News Service; Paul Barton; Feb. 28, 2011

CSUEB President Mo Qayoumi was interviewed by Washington News Bureau columnist of Gannett News Service about how Federal budget cuts would hurt the California State University system.


Bay Area News Group (CC Times, Oakland Tribune, Hayward Daily Review, etc.); Matt Schwab; Feb. 28, 2011

Local print media coverage in advance of the California Collegiate Athletic Association Basketball Championship Tournament hosted by Cal State East Bay.

Finlay named Wilson/CCAA Player of the Week

Fremont Tri-City Voice; Feb. 18, 2011

Sports article reports on CSUEB women's basketball player Sarah Finlay being honored by the California Collegiate Athletic Association for her excellent play.

Oakland Tribune editorial: UC can easily improve on open records

The Oakland Tribute; February 22, 2011

CSUEB receives an A-plus on California Aware transparency test

Redevelopment agencies in San Jose, Oakland, rushing to assemble ballpark plans

San Jose Mercury News; Tracy Seipel; February 8, 2011

Paul Staudohar, CSUEB professor emeritus of business, says San Jose is leading the race to build a new ballpark.

Hayward's longest mural is a vision for BART riders

Oakland Tribune; Eric Kurhi; February 3, 2011

Cal State East Bay's iconic Warren Hall is included in Jean Bidwell's new 10,000 square foot mural near the Jackson Street overpass. Bidwell's piece is part of the city's Mural Art Program, aimed at filling concrete and steel canvases around town with inspiring images that discourage vandalism.

Another Source gives war vets a healing outlet

San Francisco Chronicle; Dana Perrigan; February 1, 2011

Military veteran and CSUEB student Jeremy Profitt had his personal narrative,"Fighting the War at Home," published by Another Source, a new online journal dedicated to giving a voice to those affected by violent conflict.

Executive Education: How to grow your business by identifying the right global opportunity

Smart Business Northern California; Leslie Stevens-Huffman; February 1, 2011

Professors Glen Taylor and Yi Jiang discuss the new MBA Programs for Global Innovation at California State University, East Bay.

Small college notebook

Contra Costa Times; Matt Schwab; January 24, 2011

Cal State East Bay swimmer Murphy Wimer set a school record in the 200 individual medley.

SF homeless living out of a vehicle not always jobless

San Francisco Examiner; Andrea Koskey; January 22, 2011

CSUEB English Lecturer Aaron Jason spoke to the SF Examiner about choosing to give up his SF studio apartment and live in his Volkswagen van.

Cal State East Bay to host new power source

Oakland Tribune; Chris Metinko; January 15, 2011

CSUEB will become one of the first colleges in Northern California to host a fuel cell -- a clean, low emission, mini-power plant that uses natural gas and water to generate electricity.

Capital Alert: the latest on California politics and government

Sacramento Bee; January 14, 2011

CSUEB's Executive Director of Financial Aid Rhonda Johnson has been appointed to the Scholarshare Investment Board which administers the Golden State Scholarshare College Savings Program.

Cal State East Bay unveils new campus fitness center

Oakland Tribune; Chris Metinko; January 12, 2011

CSUEB unveiled its new Recreation and Wellness Center on Jan 11.

Cal State East Bay chief wins Vision Award

Daily Review and Bay Area News Group; Chris Metinko; Jan. 8, 2011

Bay Area News Group newspapers reports that the East Bay campus president is recognized for his work to strengthen the region's economy.

Alumni in the News

Russell was multi-sport star for Vallejo

Vallejo Times-Herald; Jose San Mateo; March 5, 2011

Former CSUEB football player Bobby Russell is being inducted into the Vallejo Sports Hall of Fame.

Barnidge: Stunned to find a homeless person in her mirror

Contra Costa Times; Tom Barnidge; March 1, 2011

Tom Barnidge's column in the Contra Costa Times is about CSUEB alumna Donna Greer.

Bita Daryabari a tireless advocate for Iranians

San Francisco Chronicle; Carolyne Zinko; Feb. 27, 2011

This is a feature story in the San Francisco Chronicle about university alumna Bita Daryabari.

Cindy Acker: A Teacher at Heart and in Practice

Alameda Patch.com; Cecelia Leong; Feb. 21, 2011

The Alameda edition of Patch.com featured Cal State East Bay alumna Cindy Acker.

Chai with Sameer Soorma

Asia Today; Deepa Walia; February 6, 2011

"Asia Today" newspaper profiled Cal State East Bay grad Sameer Soorma and his photography business in Chandler, AZ.

Mastermind of the song team

TheCalifornianpaper.com; Ritika Iyer; February 24, 2011

CSUEB grad Toneka Webb creates nationally ranked dance team.

DFMSim Names Veteran Electronics Executive Jim Healy as Executive Chairman

MarketWire Press Release; February 8, 2011

CSUEB science grad Jim Healy has been appointed as Executive Chairman of the DFMSim Board of Directors. He is also the author of two books.

Craig Marker in 'The Seagull' at Marin Theatre

San Francisco Chronicle; Chad Jones; February 3, 2011

CSUEB alumnus Craig Marker and his upcoming performance at the Marin Theatre was profiled by the "San Francisco Chronicle". Marker cites two CSUEB professors for being his inspiration: Ric Prindle and the late Edgardo de la Cruz.

Spotlight: Leaders in Commercial Banking in 2011

North Bay Business Journal; Jenna V. Loceff; January 31, 2011

Scott McAdams is profiled as a leader in commercial banking. He earned his MBA at Cal State East Bay.

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