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Cal State East Bay premiers Afghan language courses

SF Chronicle/KALW News Blog; Hana Baba; Aug. 9, 2010

For the first time, California State University, East Bay will offer courses in Pashto and Dari, the official Afghan languages.

Killings could deter aid missions to Afghanistan

ABC 7 (KGO-TV), Aug. 8, 2010

Cal State East Bay president Mo Qayoumi was interviewed Sunday afternoon, Aug. 8, regarding the work of volunteer aid personnel who were killed in Afghanistan the day before.

Princeton Review deems Cal State East Bay 'Best in the West'

Kristofer Noceda, The Oakland Tribune; August 5, 2010

Cal State East Bay has been named a "Best in the West" college for 2011 by the Princeton Review.

ARAMARK Higher Education Chefs Compete for Culinary Excellence

ARAMARK News, Aug. 5, 2010

California State University, East Bay chef Jeremy Reimer won the bronze medal in the 2010 ARAMARK Culinary Excellence competition.

Office of the Chief Accountant Names Academic Fellows

US Securities and Exchange Commission News; August 5, 2010

Cal State East Bay Professor Nancy Mangold has completed her one year Academic Accounting Fellowship at the SEC.

The Joy Of Singing Badly

Chloe Veltman, artsjournal.com; August 4, 2010

Chloe Veltman,freelance culture correspondent for The New York Times and a musician, blogs about the Summer Sing-Ins conducted by Buddy James, music professor at CSUEB.

County clipboard: Honors for Montanez

John Devine, Monterey Herald; August 4, 2010

Cal State East Bay freshmen first baseman Emily Montanez was named to the California Collegiate Athletic Association academic first team.

School Board Election May Cost About $50K

Patch.com Web site; Aug. 4, 2010

CSUEB Program Director John Lane is campaigning for the school board race in the San Ramon Valley Unified School District.

Teachers show how they spent their summer vacation at LLNL poster session

Linda Lucchetti, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; August 2, 2010

Five CSUEB student teachers will participate in the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)poster session.

Math academies + support = change in East Bay student performance

Kristofer Noceda, The Oakland Tribune; August 2, 2010

Article on the new math academies sponsored by Chevron and coordinated by Cal State East Bay, the Alameda County Office of Education and area school district educators.

Eating away at education: Cuts widen the gap between the haves and have-nots

Katy Murphy and Theresa Harringto, Bay Area News Group; August 1, 2010

CSUEB student teachers are included in story about how El Monte Elementary is making do with budget constraints.

Arise High School celebrates one-hundred percent college acceptance for its first graduating class

June Ann Cook, CrossCurrents from KALW News; July 29, 2010

This June marked ARISE High School’s first graduation ceremony, and it was more than just pomp and circumstance. All of ARISE’s graduating seniors were accepted by four-year colleges, including Cal State East Bay.

Professor's Plan for Peace in Afghanistan

KCBS News Interviews; July 28, 2010

Cal State East Bay lecturer Farid Younos speaks to KCBS anchor Patti Reising about his peace plan for Afghanistan as the death toll continues to rise in the war-ravaged country.

Opening night audience tempted at CSUEB's latest production

Christian Bermudez, SF Examiner; July 27, 2010

Review of "The Tempest" which was adapted and directed by CSUEB alumnus Dawn Monique Williams.

Cerritos softball players sign

Los Angeles Wave Staff; July 19, 2010

Cerritos College outfielder Devin Salmones is headed for CSUEB. Cerritos College softball team ranked No. 1 in the state at the end of the regular season.

Oakland violence spurs teens to independent research, discoveries

Sean Maher The Oakland Tribune; July 18, 2010

CSUEB student Jerrica Webb was a member of the inaugural graduating class of Heal the Streets, a program headed by Ella Baker Center for Human Rights.

Alumni in the News

Foster Kids Face Uncertain Futures

KQED Radio; 'The California Repor't; Elaine Korry; August 9, 2010

Chantel Johnson ’07 (Sociology and Social Services) is featured on a KQED Radio “California Report” story on Assembly Bill 12 that would extend state foster care services three years to age 21.

NFL honors "shocked" Beede

Clare Farnsworth, Seattle Seahawks news; August 4, 2010

Former Seahawks offensive lineman and CSUEB alumnus Frank Beede was named NFL Teacher of the Year. He earned his teaching credential from Cal State East Bay.

Annalisa Moore, Director of School Culture

Academy of Alameda; August 3, 2010

CSUEB alumna Annalisa Moore has been hired as Director of School Culture at the Academy of Alameda.

Petaluman Cindy Gillespie selected for Red Cross board

Petaluma360.com; July 31, 2010

CSUEB alumna Cindy Gillespie has been selected as a board member of the American Red Cross of Sonoma & Mendocino Counties.

State park artists in residency series features Helene Fischman

Charlie Warner, Argus News Editor; July 31, 2010

CSUEB grad Helene Fischman is artist in residency at Minnesota state parks.

Joe Knows Winning! Catching up with #14

Joey Zager, BroncoCountry.com; July 28, 2010

Feature on Joe Aliotti, one of the most successful and popular football players ever at Boise State. Aliotti earned his Masters degree in educational administration from Cal State Hayward and is now the offensive coach and Dean of Students for the De La Salle High School Spartans in Concord, CA.

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