The latest from alumni newsmakers
- May 14, 2013
Three new appointees to Pima County Superior Court
Arizona Daily Independent; May 9, 2013
Alumnus Sean Earl Brearcliffe is among three lawyers to be appointed to the Pima County Superior Court as a judge by Arizona governor Jan Brewer.
Mt. Diablo School District honors Teachers of the Year — Carissa Sugden and Shannon Prichard
Bay Area News Group; Jennifer Shaw; April 11, 2013
Cal State East Bay alumna Carissa Sugden has been named as one of the "Teachers of the Year" by Mt. Diablo Unified School District.
Longtime choral conductor Lynne Morrow steps up to conduct the Oakland East Bay Symphony
Bay Area News Group; Serena Valdez; March 13, 2013
This article features Cal State East Bay alumna Lynne Morrow, choral director for the Oakland Symphony.
Jurden Alexander wins awards for television production work in New York
NY Magnolia Reporter; March 9, 2013
A New York paper reports that alumnus Jurden Alexander '75 has been recognized for his videography with three PEGASYS awards.
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