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49ers debut new stadium design

KGO-TV Channel 7; July 14, 2009

Leo Kahane, CSUEB professor of economics, analyzed the building of a new stadium for the San Francisco 49ers for this KGO/ABC-TV news story reported twice during separate news reports.

Real Life Science and Math Project Launched in Boyle Heights Schools

Eastern Group Publications; July 9, 2009

Cal State East Bay President Mo Qayoumi spoke to the media and students on July 6 at an East LA school about the importance of education in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) as chair of the CSU system's STEM initiative.

Georgia Babladelis, psychology professor, dies

San Francisco Chronicle; July 3, 2009

This is the San Francisco Chronicle's obituary on longtime Cal State East Bay faculty member Georgia Babladelis

Seven new members join the East Bay Green Corridor Partnership

Oakland Tribune & Bay Area News Group; July 3, 2009

This is one of five different news reports that noted Cal State East Bay's joining and involvement with the East Bay Green Corridor Partnership.

Retired Teachers Award Mini-Grants, Scholarships

San Leandro Times; July 2, 2009

Four CSUEB students enrolled in the Teacher Credentialing Program have been awarded $2,000 scholarships.

Multiple Choice: How to keep the training budget alive in an unstable economy

SMART BUSINESS Magazine; July 2009

Robert Tanner, an instructor in CSUEB's Continuing and International Education Division and president of Business Consulting Solutions LLC, provides advice when dealing in an unstable economy.

Ex-homeless man earns two degrees

The Times-Herald; June 27, 2009

Samuel Odwalu Mayson earns degrees in finance and accounting in CSUEB ceremony June 14.

OUTFRONT: Google's Options Odyssey

Forbes Magazine; June 22, 2009

Jerry Liu, CSUEB professor of finance, was interviewed by Forbes Magazine following his study of the market options written to buy or sell Google stock near earnings release dates for the first 34 months of its publicly traded life.

S.F. Symphony cellist Lawrence Granger dies

The San Francisco Chronicle; June 19, 2009

Lawrence Granger was a longtime and popular lecturer in music at Cal State East Bay.

Memorial set for CSUEB music lecturer, Pleasanton cellist

The Pleasanton Weekly; June 18, 2009

Lawrence Granger's hometown newspaper also reported on the passing of the highly-respected music educator and performer.

Cal State East Bay graduates ponder future in struggling economy

Daily Review & Bay Area News Group; June 15, 2009

Graduates know that they may face a tough time finding their first jobs as they reflect on their graduation.

For Van Gundys, coaching is a family matter

Yahoo! Sports; June 13, 2009

Bill Van Gundy, father of NBA Head Coach Stan Van Gundy of the Orlando Magic and former NBA and New York Knicks Head Coach Jeff Van Gundy, is a former assistant basketball coach at CSUEB. A former CSUEB player under Bill Van Gundy helped babysit the

Making the right choice

San Mateo Daily Journal; June 10, 2009

A graduate of Summit Prep High School in East Palo Alto who has turned around her life and academic success, has announced she will study criminal justice at CSUEB starting this fall.

DEFINED BY POSITIVES: Weston Ranch senior refuses to let physical challenges get in her way

The Stockton Record; June 5, 2009

Tolulope Afolabi has overcome physical challenges with an "unfailing positive demeanor" at Weston High School and plans to study at CSUEB starting this fall with ambition to become a pediatrician.

Alumni in the News

Elizabeth Fritz a presenter at Music Education Week in Washington

Decorah (IA) Newspapers; July 2, 2009

Fritz earned a certificate degree in online teaching and learning from CSUEB.

Memories flood Filipino celebration of fathers

The Times-Herald; June 29, 2009

Alumna Stacy Cabales of Vallejo is noted in this report on how she organized "Barongs of Our Fathers" in memory of her father.

Calif. Law Firm Clapper, Patti, Schweizer & Mason adds 2 new associates

The PRWEB Newswire; June 28, 2009

CSUEB alumnus Grant Walters is hired by law firm.

Crabs' streak snapped: Melino, pitching help crabs win in 10 before two-hit shutout

The Times-Standard; June 28, 2009

Former CSUEB Pioneers pitcher Berto Rodriguez throws well in two Northern California minor league baseball games near the end of June.

Pioneering female CHP officer retires after 30 years

Bay Area News Group; June 27, 2009

CSUEB alumna Lt. Mary Rennie has retired after 3 years as California Highway Patrol commander for the Tracy area and more than 30 with the CHP.

Rebecca Ann Moore, former Petaluman, passes away

Santa Rosa Press-Democrat; June 25, 2009

Rebecca Ann Moore, an alumna of the university, died at her home in Antioch of cancer on June 16.

San Francisco Mime Troupe turns 50

Contra Costa Times; June 25, 2009

Ed Holmes, a university alumnus, joined the troupe in 1986 after stints with the Berkeley Mime Troupe and time in the Navy.

He's quite E-fish-ent: The Baffler three-hits Mudcats

The Times-Standard; June 18, 2009

Cal State East Bay alumnus and former pitcher Greg Fisher pitched the Humboldt Crabs to a 7-0 victory with a three-hitter against the Solano Crabs in a minor league game at Arcata.

New principal selected for PACT; Stephen Gilbert will lead parent participation program at new campus

The Mountain View Voice

University alumnus Stephen Gilbert, an educator for more than 19 years, has been selected as the first principal to run PACT in the Mountain View Whisman School District.

Angel's Talk: Music as powerful teacher to children with autism

The Manila (Philippines) Bulletin; June 15, 2009

Alumnus Charles Slye teaches life skills to students with autism.

Logan High a new challenge for veteran educator

Fremont Argus and Bay Area News Group; June 3, 2009

Amy NcNamara-Furtado received her master's degree from Cal State East Bay.


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