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Cal State East Bay Forensic Science Scholar to Present Research at Scientific Meeting of The Royal Society, London
Cal State East Bay Associate Professor Keith Inman has been invited to present his research findings in forensic science at a conference of The Royal Society, London, in February.
Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund awards $42,500 in new scholarships to Cal State East Bay The Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIASF) recently awarded $42,500 in new scholarships to 14 Cal State East Bay students. These $2,500 and $5,000 scholarships at CSUEB are the first awards made to the university through the APIASF. The new scholarships open an additional pathway to success for Asian American and Pacific Islander students (AAPI) and complement the campus services available to them through CSUEB’s Student Service Operation for Success program (Project SSOS).
Five CSUEB Students Invited to Attend Clinton Global Initiative University Meeting Five Cal State East Bay students have been selected to attend the eighth annual Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) meeting, at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Fla., March 6-8.
Cal State East Bay’s Center for Sport and Social Justice to host events related to LGBTQ issues in sport California State University East Bay's Center for Sport and Social Justice will host "Queering Fields and Courts: LGBTQ Issues in Sport," Jan. 28-29 on CSUEB’s Hayward campus. The events are free and open to the public.
Cal State East Bay Launches Pioneer Scholarships Online Scholarship Management Program California State University, East Bay will launch Pioneer Scholarships, an innovative one-stop online scholarship management and portal system, Feb. 2.
Cal State East Bay celebrates the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. CSUEB students, faculty, staff and administrators gathered this week on the Hayward campus for the university’s second annual “MLK Jr. Celebration Breakfast.”
Blind CSUEB Student Pursues Passion for Opera Through International Exchange Program For a music major studying opera, what could be better than immersing oneself in the birthplace of opera itself? Cal State East Bay student Brandon Keith Biggs, blind from birth, is getting to do exactly that. Currently studying abroad in Italy as part of an international exchange program, Biggs is the first blind CSUEB student to participate in a study abroad program.
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