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Concord Campus' Annie Chandler on KQED's Calif. Report

KQED Radio; May 21, 2009

Annie Nogales Chandler, assistant director for enrollment development at the Concord Campus, is interviewed as part of the California Report's story on community college students transferring to four-year universities.

CSUEB political science prof. Elizabeth Bergman interviewed on CBS-5

KPIX CBS-5 News; May 17, 2009

Video of the professor's insights regarding the May 19 California statewide election can be viewed here.

Help wanted: Companies recruit social media experts

Silicon Valley-San Jose Business Journal; May 15, 2009

Cal State East Bay is among the organizations seeking to communicate effectively with future and currents and the public.

Three to receive honorary doctorates from Cal State East Bay

The Daily Review; May 8, 2009

A bestselling author, Internet innovator, and an East Bay philanthropist will be honored at Cal State East Bay commencement ceremonies in mid-June.

Golfers swing into prominence at CSU East Bay

Bay Area News Group; May 3, 2009

The golf team won the Cal Pac Conference Tournament April 26-27, as the NAIA's No. 19 nationally ranked Pioneers upset the 13th ranked team from Holy Names University.

CSU East Bay Chosen by IDG's InfoWorld Among Green 15 Universities Recognized for Green Computing

MarketWire; April 24, 2009

CSUEB was selected for a Green 15 Award by the publication Info World for its "green approach" to computer network servers.

Cal State East Bay turns to green tech to fend off power crisis

InfoWorld; April 24, 2009

Info World recognizes the university's 'virtualization andsmarter practices' as it saves 95 percent on energy costs.

Local science education to be revamped

The Daily Review; April 22, 2009

Alameda County high school science teachers and students will benefit from a $1.4 million grant that will have CSUEB faculty partnering with the county's Office of Education.

Science Festival coming to Cal State East Bay

The Daily Review; April 24, 2009

The April 25 CSUEB Science Festival is a treat for science lovers of all ages and will feature demonstrations by university faculty and scientists from a number of organizations.

Crowd confronts ex-Weatherman at Cal State East Bay

The Daily Review; April 23, 2009

The controversial Mark Rudd, a leader of the 1968 Columbia University student strike that opposed the Vietnam War, spoke April 22 on the Hayward Campus.

California State University virtualizes to save power

Information Week; April 20, 2009

Information Week columnist writes about the university's saving of power with new network server set up.

Arroyo Grande woman overcomes MS to dance in D.C.

The Adobe Press; April 3, 2009

The cast of the Cal State East Bay cast of "Tongues" features an impressive cast of performers.

Alumni in the News

Sequoia's Pat Gemma named 'Superintendent of the Year'

The Almanac of Menlo Park; May 18, 2009

Gemma, head of the Sequoia Union High School District,is honored as top superintendent for San Mateo and San Francisco counties by the regional office of the Association of California School Administrators.

Stigma difficult to shake, pot club operator says

The Daily Review; May 10, 2009

Adele Morgan owns 'We Are Hemp,' a medical marijuana dispensary in Ashland, an unincorporated community in Alameda County.

Giving Internships a Post-College Try

The Wall Street Journal; May 5, 2009

Alumna Nora Cook is teaching businesses in Contra Costa County how to recycle and keeps track of their progress in that area.

Creating a sense of family at school

Contra Costa Times; May 1, 2009

Carol Kitchens is recognized as California's 2009 "Secondary Principal of the Year" by the Association of California School Administrators.

Jennifer Wolch, noted sustainability scholar, named dean at UC Berkeley

UC Berkeley News, April 29, 2009

Wolch is the ninth dean of the university's College of Environmental Design.

Mark Curry uses humor to deal with injuries suffered in fire

The Stockton Record; April 23, 2009

Professional comedian uses his humor to deal with pain and near tragedy.

Business Wire Names Shannon Lydell Carter Northern Cal Regional Sales Manager

Business Wire; April 2, 2009

Carter brings 20 years of business development experience to Business Wire.

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California State University, East Bay
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