Arts and Culture
During his acceptance, James Monroe Iglehart thanked former CSUEB Theatre Department staff member Celestine Ranney-Howes for keeping him in college.
Any CSUEB student who has taken an art class in the past year is eligible to submit up to two items for consideration for the show.
"The Woman with 1,000 Faces: From Mythic Matriarch to Modern Mystique," is open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily until commencement weekend.
The survey found a majority do not approve of major parts of the landmark tax initiative of 1978 that reduced taxes for the state’s homeowners and business property owners, while limiting future increases.
Geared towards working adults, the program is designed to acquaint students with feminist scholarship on women, gender, sexuality, and more.
The show brings together dance and musical forms from the diverse backgrounds of the 40-person Inclusive Interdisciplinary Ensemble.
"Project 2 Inspire" is one of many programs offered through HPN to families who live in Hayward's Jackson Triangle neighborhood.
The study of history with the advent of the Internet will be the focus of Stanford professor Sam Wineburg's lecture May 28.
The 8 p.m. concert -- "You Are the Angel Glow" -- will feature jazz works as well as spirituals and will take place at the historic facility in Fremont.
Alejandro Murguia will read from his recent writings and be joined by the top three winners of the Helen DeClercq Poetry Prize
Scott Chambliss '85, production designer for some of the biggest motion pictures of recent years, will talk about his career and the industry.
The show is a coming-of-age parable, addressing and satirizing the issues and anxieties associated with entering adulthood. The final three performances are this weekend.
The exhibition opens with reception 5 to 7 p.m. Jan. 14. Admission is free and the public is invited. Gallery is open Monday through Thursday 12-4 p.m.
Popular jazz musicians Marvin McFadden and Mike Olmos will perform as part of benefit for the CSUEB Music Department Scholarship Fund.
The juried exhibition features artworks by select students from a number of Bay area universities and colleges.
During the week of Feb. 17-21, CSUEB will host a series of programs and activities on diversity for students, faculty and staff on the Hayward Campus.
Latinos represent the largest population attending community colleges statewide, but too few go on to earn a four-year degree. CSUEB's new GANAS program aims to correct the trend.
The Student Service Operation to Succeed program -- or Project SSOS -- gives Asian American and Pacific Islander students a boost toward achieving collegiate excellence.
The university's Facilities Development and Operations Department employs at-risk youth through an employment program called "Highway to Work."
The celebration theme is “Rise of the Red and Black,” as CSUEB welcomes alumni and seeks to inspire university pride for current students.
The novelist and short story writer will discuss and read from his latest works, in addition to answering questions and signing books.
Lam, a Cal State East Bay alumna, will read from and discuss her latest book, “Shadowplay,” Wednesday, Jan. 8. Admission is free and the public is invited.
For the 9th straight year, CSUEB and the CSU will sponsor Super Sunday, with representatives, including President Leroy M. Morishita, touting higher education benefits.
Alice will be presented in “story theatre” style,” where the actors perform as the characters as well as the scenery and props.
The East Bay Singers and Singing Society will perform in the university’s annual Winter Gala titled "East Bay Lessons and Carols" on the Hayward Campus.
The annual music fest will feature the Cal State East Bay Wind Symphony and selected local high school musicians for a 7:30 p.m. start in the University Theatre.
The new CSU Intrasystem Concurrent Enrollment (ICE) program allows full time students to enroll in online courses offered at other CSU campuses.
The Bay Area-educated author, winner of the James D. Houston Award in 2012 for his debut novel “Brother and the Dancer,” will discuss his latest works.
Project SSOS program offers AAPI students free services such as tutoring, mentoring, academic workshops, scholarships and leadership courses.
These annual holiday dance celebrations of CSUEB’s Theatre and Dance Department, will take the stage Dec. 6-7 for three performances.
She has led effort to find out truth about son's death. Her Nov. 18 presentation also can be viewed live online via Pioneer Web TV.
The Polish theatre ensemble will perform the play based on the true story of the life of a young Jewish woman trapped in a Warsaw ghetto.
Catch up with Pioneers at the forefront of their fields in the pages of Cal State East Bay Magazine's latest edition, focusing on the theme Bold Voyagers.
The award-winning writer will lead off the Cal State East Bay writers series Oct. 21 for the new academic year. The series is sponsored by the English Department.
This award-winning story about African Americans coping with their segregated existence in 1955 Mississippi is told with plenty of blues music.
Annual Free Fest promotes recycling and reduces waste, winning a regional community service award for CSUEB Housing and Residence Life organizers.
CSUEB students visit a variety of businesses in Turkey and China as part of an international travel-research project for the MBA for Global Innovators program.
The free barbecue lunch is back, but taking a cue from the success of last year's event, the venue remains the same for the 25th Annual al Fresco, scheduled Oct. 2 in the AE courtyard.
The school will enhance the artistic and communication curriculum for Art, Theatre and Dance, Music and the Multimedia Graduate Program.
CSUEB senior Charles Williams is dancing his way to the top with a full scholarship to the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival.
The Associated Students Inc. Diversity Center of CSUEB organized an open discussion for students, faculty and staff to discuss the controversial Florida murder case.
CSUEB assistant professor authors newly published book, "Fear, Power, and Politics: The Recipe for the War in Iraq after 9/11."
CSUEB seniors Justin Nunez and Joshua Folsom created a film that attracted the interest of student festival judges. As a result, it won the chance to be seen by thousands of Cannes festival goers.
Entrepreneur, philanthropist Kumar Malavalli to be presented Honorary Doctorate by Cal State East Bay
CEO of InMage Systems and pioneer of storage network technology Malavalli will be recognized at the university's graduate commencement ceremony June 14.
The year’s best art work produced by CSUEB students will be on display for the Juried Art Exhibition.
Photographer Scott Hopkins of the Cal State East Bay faculty is among the professional artists leading two-week intensive sessions for CSU Summer Arts.
The creative work of Cal State East Bay theatre and dance students shines with Performance Fusion shows in the University Theatre and Studio Theatre on the Hayward Campus.
The author of “Farm City: The Education of an Urban Farmer” will discuss the history of American sustainability practices for the 2013 History Spring Speaker program on the Hayward Campus.
Admission is free to the concert, which will be held in the Recital Hall (room 1055) of the Music Building on the Hayward Campus.
Three new awards recognize Cal State East Bay faculty for their research, mentoring and community engagement.
Cal State East Bay will host five days of events to highlight teaching and learning on campus, with awards, guest speakers and a regional conference.
The poet, playwright and performance artist will visit Cal State East Bay's Hayward Campus April 25. She will sign copies of her latest book and answer questions from the audience.
The exhibition is open in the gallery located on the first floor of the A & E building on the Hayward Campus. Admission is free and the public is invited.
The April 24 event, co-sponsored by the Kinesiology Department at Cal State East Bay, will feature authors Murray Sperber and Billy Hawkins and noted sports physician Cindy J. Chang.
Daniels will be in concert during the two-day festival Friday, April 19 in the University Theatre and perform with and provide instruction for young musicians the next day.
White, a CSUEB alumnus, recently took office as the seventh CSU chancellor; he met with faculty, staff and students as part of a first-year tour of the 23 CSU campuses.
The C.E. Smith Museum of Anthropology on the Hayward Campus will provide hosts the exhibition on how "Catastrophes Shape Society” through June 14 in room 4047 of Meiklejohn Hall.
The extended university family takes creative, collaborative approaches to meeting kids' and communities' needs, as featured in the latest issue, now available online.
The Cal State East Bay campus community is invited to participate in various activities slated to honor Martin Luther King Jr. in January and observe Black History Month in February.
'Saturday Night Live' musical director Lenny Pickett will perform at Yoshi's jazz club in Oakland's Jack London Square March 11 with Cal State East Bay's Jazz Ensembles. Tickets are on sale.
In a musical production blending horror and comedy, the Department of Theatre and Dance brings the mysterious "Bat Boy" to life during run that ends with Sunday matinee.
John Feierabend, one of the nation’s premier music educators, will lead a free community workshop at Cal State East Bay to emphasize the importance of providing music education for children.
The noted nonfiction author will read from her new memoir, "Married at Fourteen," Feb. 6 at the Hayward Campus. Admission is free and the public is invited.