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Books Obituaries: Theodore Roszak

London Telegraph; July 20, 2011

Known worldwide, CSUEB Professor Emeritus Theodore Roszak was remembered in this article written by the staff of the London Telegraph.

Hunt for Treasures at Cal State East Bay's New Flea Market

Patch.com for Castro Valley, Alameda, San Leandro & Newark; Barbara Wilcox; July 19, 2011

Article about the Sunday swap meet/flea market on CSUEB's Hayward Campus.

Theodore Roszak, scholar who coined term 'counterculture,' dies

Bay Area News Group (Daily Review, Oakland Tribune, Contra Costa Times, etc.); Elaine Woo; July 15, 2011

Report about the world-renowned CSUEB professor as it was carried by Bay Area News Group newspapers from the LA Times News Service.

Theodore Roszak dies at 77; scholar coined the term 'counterculture'

Los Angeles Times; Elaine Woo; July 14, 2011

The Los Angeles Times' report on the passing of CSUEB professor emeritus Ted Roszak.

Cal State raises fees 12 percent

Pleasanton Weekly; Jeb Bing; July 13, 2011

Column by Pleasanton Weekly editor and publisher Jeb Bing regarding fee hikes by Cal State East Bay and the CSU system.

John Herndon - Bay Area People

San Francisco Business Journal; July 12, 2011

Cal State East Bay Accounting and Finance Lecturer John Herndon was recognized by the "San Francisco Business Journal" for his innovative teaching approach to the graduate-level venture capital acquisition course.

How to inspire and promote a culture of creativity by shaking things up

SMART BUSINESS; July 8, 2011

Terri Swartz, dean of the College of Business and Economics, answers business questions with answers geared to corporate CEOs.

CSU campuses on list of steepest tuition increases

San Francisco Chronicle; Nanette Asimov; July 7, 2011

Linda Dalton, CSUEB's vice president for planning, enrollment, and student affairs, explains why tuition fee is going up and how Cal State East Bay remains a bargain for students as compared to comparable public higher education institutions in other states around the country.

CSUEB professor says he will stay in Nigeria as he fights election results and criminal charges

Contra Costa Times; Matt O'Brien; July 2, 2011

Steve Ugbah, CSUEB marketing professor, said his life may be in danger but he will not leave Nigeria until a tribunal resolves whether he won or lost the April 26 election for governor of the Benue state.

Venture Capital course a real study in Silicon Valley

San Jose Mercury News; Mike Cassidy; June 27, 2011

CSUEB students in John Herndon's Venture Capital Acquisition class are helping Silicon Valley start-ups as a way to show the value of California's university system.

Profiles of Excellence on KGO/ABC TV

KGO-TV/ABC7; Cheryl Jennings & Mimi Kwan; June 26, 2011

Mo Qayoumi was a featured interviewee discussing his five years as President of Cal State East Bay just a few days before his departure to become leader of San Jose State University.

El Toro Grads Charge After 80 Different Four-Year Colleges

Lake Forest Patch; Mengfei Chen; June 22, 2011

Collin Parker, senior class president of El Toro High School in Lake Forest, CA, will play soccer for the Pioneers starting in fall quarter 2011.

Peninsula college fund helps students get a leg up on learning

San Francisco Examiner; Andrea Koskey; June 18, 2011

CSUEB sophomore Jennifer Martinez-Luna is working this summer at Ronald McDonald House in Palo Alto thanks to a Peninsula College Fund internship.

Alumni in the News

Christina Walker finds career on golf course

Vallejo Times-Herald; Thomas Gase; July 12, 2011

Alumna Christina Walker, in article about her in the Vallejo Times-Herald, said that Cal State East Bay Golf Coach Alan Sue is her inspiration to continuing playing the sport professionally.

Inspiring guitar songs by CSUEB music grad Fred Thrane

New Age Music; John P. Olsen; July 3, 2011

Fred Thane, who earned his BA and MA in music at Cal State East Bay, has a new debut album, Angels of the Sun.

Best Burger at Washington and Floresta is a strong contender

San Leandro Times; Linda Sandsmark; June 30, 2011

CSUEB alumnus Ed Chittenden left a career in publishing to buy and operate "Best Burger" in San Leandro.

CSUEB grad to become top cop in Hayward

San Jose Mercury News; Tracy Seipel; June 30, 2011

San Jose Assistant Police Chief and Cal State East Bay alumna Diane Urban was named Hayward's new police chief.

Alhambra High welcomes new assistant principal

Martinez News-Gazette; Greta Mart; June 30, 2011

Martinez Unified School District Board named CSUEB grad Tom Doppe as the new assistant principal of Alhambra High School.

Portrait of an Artist: Materials make Johnson's collages unique

Modesto Bee; June 18, 2011

CSUEB art grad Kathy Johnson is featured in the "Portrait of an Artist" section of the "Modesto Bee. Her Domestic Goddess collage series is done completely in cabinet lining paper.

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