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Cal State East Bay associate professor offers students new outlook on healthy eating

San Francisco Chronicle; June 14, 2011

Faculty member offers students healthier alternatives for their diets.

Despite Bloom Energy deal, utilities see little fuel cell impact

Earth2Tech; Katie Fehrenbacher; June 13, 2011

Most fuel cells that are being utilized are small, and often pilot-sized, devices like the one being installed at Cal State East Bay.

Foster Care Gets an Overhaul

Wall Street Journal; Bobby White; June 9, 2011

Cal State East Bay Professor Emeritus of Social Work Terry Jones was interviewed by the "Wall Street Journal" on the restructuring of foster care.

Cal State East Bay warns of weekend gridlock

Bay Area News Group (Daily Review, Oakland Tribune, Contra Costa Times, etc.); Chris Metinko; June 9, 2011

Bay Area News Group provided an advance story on the university's commencement ceremonies and expected traffic congestion.

East Bay man puts the spotlight on Jewish stars of the silver screen

J-Weekly; Patricia Corrigan; June 9, 2011

Irwin Tallarico lectures on the movie industry in the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Cal State East Bay's Concord Campus.

One year after vote, Santa Clara 49ers stadium far from easy score

San Jose Mercury News; Mike Rosenberg; June 8, 2011

Paul Staudohar, professor emeritus of business administration for CSUEB was interviewed regarding current situation of stadium plans for San Francisco 49ers in Santa Clara.

Maldonado to suit up for CSU East Bay

Napa Valley Register; Marty James; June 7, 2011

The Napa Valley Register reports on a top high school athlete from the area planning to attend Cal State East Bay, where he'll continue playing soccer.

Afghan officials visit East Bay to learn about local government and share culture

Bay Area News Group (Daily Review, Oakland Tribune, Contra Costa Times, etc.); Matt O'Brien; June 5, 2011

CSUEB President Mo Qayoumi helped host a delegation of officials from Ghazni, Afghanistan on campus and in Hayward.

History buffs hope to refurbish dilapidated San Lorenzo cemetery

Bay Area News Group (Daily Review, Oakland Tribune, Contra Costa Times, etc); Alan Lopez; June 5, 2011

Former Cal State East Bay English Professor Don Markos is working with volunteers to restore local cemetery.

Slashing the Solar Power Paperwork

East Bay Express; Nate Seltenrich; June 1, 2011

The East Bay Green Corridor - of which CSUEB is a member - is attempting to remove a troublesome barrier to widespread solar adoption — bureaucratic red tape.

Inviting great ideas by infusing entrepreneurial inventiveness into your company

Smart Business Northern California; June 1, 2011

Glen Taylor, director of MBA Programs for Global Innovation at CSUEB, told "Smart Business" that too much success may ultimately lead to failure if employees just focus on the status quo.

For Baha'i educators, a lesson in power from Iran

CNN; Mitra Mobasherat and Joe Sterling; May 31, 2011

CSUEB Economics Professor Farhad Sabetan serves as spokesperson for the Office of the International Baha'i Community. He recently spoke to CNN about raids in Iran targeting educators.

SMALL COLLEGE NOTEBOOK: Amador Valley grad Bryce Miller named top male athlete at Cal State East Bay

Bay Area News Group (Daily Review, Oakland Tribune, Contra Costa Times, etc.); Matt Schwab; May 31, 2011

Bay Area News Group columnist writes reports on the university's top male and female athletes.

Finding Another Way

San Ramon Patch.com; Sarah Frank; May 29, 2011

This article features CSUEB Disability Resource Center counselor Brian Johnson and his wife Rebecca, a nurse and former counselor in the center.

East Bay Professor Released in Nigeria

KGO-TV/ABC7; Alan Wang; May 26, 2011

ABC-TV News (San Francisco) coverage regarding professor Steve Ugbah's arrest and release in Nigeria, where he was running for governor of Benue state.

Cal State East Bay professor arrested in Nigeria

Bay Area News Group (Daily Review, Oakland Tribune, Contra Costa Times, etc.); Matt O'Brien; May 24, 2011

Full coverage of professor Steve Ugbah's arrest and release in Nigeria, where he had been running for governor of Benue state.

Cal State Professor Running for Office in Nigeria Arrested

KTVU Channel 2; May 24, 2011

Additional coverage about CSUEB Professor Steve Ugbah arrested, then released, after running for office in Nigeria.

East Bay Professor Arrested in Nigeria

SF Bay Citizen; Katharine Mieszkowski; May 23, 2011

The first report about Cal State East Bay professor Steve Ugbah being arrested in Nigeria.

Work to drive, drive to work.

Cyclelicious Blog; Richard Masoner; May 23, 2011

CSUEB's Zipcar program is mentioned in local Bay Area cycling blog.

University women name honorees

Half Moon Bay Review; Stacy Trevenon; May 18, 2011

Cal State East Bay student Maira Sarabia-Medina was awarded the Edna Cox Scholarship by the Half Moon Bay chapter of AAUW.

Grim outlook for college grads

KGO-TV ABC 7; Alan Wang; May 18, 2011

ABC 7 San Francisco talks with the director of Cal State East Bay's Academic Advising and Career Education Center and a student about the challenges of today's job market.

Alumni in the News

Bay Area News Group names chief revenue officer

San Jose Mercury News; Pete Carey; June 17, 2011

CSUEB alumnus Jeff DeBalko has accepted an executive position with local news organization.

Mechanics Bank taps CSUEB grad for top banking post

Business Wire Press Release; June 9, 2011

Scott McAdams has been named Senior Vice President, Corporate Banking Manager. He earned his MBA from Cal State East Bay.

Washington Teacher Awarded by Obama

San Leandro Times; Amy Sylvestri; June 3, 2011

San Leandro teacher Katy McCarthy, who was presented with an award by President Obama, earned her teaching credential from Cal State East Bay.

From Inventor to Engineer

Live Science; Gregory Perigo; June 2, 2011

Jason Clark invented the Electro Micro Metrology and the key developer of a CAD for MEMS package. He earned a BS in physics from CSUEB in 1996 and is now a professor at Purdue University.

Hercules police chief coming home to Benicia

The Benicia Herald; Donna Beth Weilenman; May 31, 2011

CSUEB alumnus Fred Deltorchio retired as Hercules police chief.

Castro Valley Musician Mixes Old Lyrics, New Beats

Castro Valley Patch; Analisa Harangozo; May 30, 2011

David Hardiman, who earned his BA in music education from CSUEB, just released a new CD called "I Am Me."

Eckert asks to forgo pay raise this year under proposed contract

Sioux City Journal; Lynn Zerschling; May 21, 2011

Paul Eckert, city manager of Sioux City, earned his master's degree in public administration from CSUEB. He recently volunteered to forgo a pay raise.

Red Boy Pizza celebrates three years in Oakland

Oakland Tribune: Ginny Prior; May 19, 2011

Red Boy Pizza owners, Farid and Antoinette Radwan, met while both were students at Cal State East Bay.

Music teacher comes out of retirement as long-term substitute

Contra Costa Times; Jennifer Shaw; May 18, 2011

Cal State East Bay alumna Virgina Walker came out of retirement to cover the maternity leave of her former coworker and student.

It's official: Mahood leaving for San Jose

Sacramento Business Journal; May 14, 2011

Cal State East Bay grad Matt Mahood has been named CEO of the San Jose Chamber of Commerce. He held a similar position for the city of Sacramento.

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