Faculty and Staff
Luz Calvo co-authored "Decolonize Your Diet," a cookbook that also delves into the history and culture of food in Latin Countries and Mexico.
Doyle, who teaches English, also earned a Notable Citation in "Best American Essays 2013."
A faculty member at Cal State East Bay since 1995, Zarrillo has held several leadership roles.
Futterman is part of the leadership team for Decoding Dyslexia California.
Pat Klobas, a CSUEB faculty member, plays double bass for the group, which performs Oct. 13 at noon in the music building.
Stephanie Couch Named Biotechnology Educator of the Year by the California Life Sciences Association
Couch is the Bay executive director of Cal State East Bay's Institute for STEM Education.
Administrators, faculty and staff were welcomed and recognized for their accomplishments and contributions at the annual event.
President Leroy M. Morishita welcomed faculty and staff at the annual convocation event, marking the beginning of the academic year.
Kimball and two other scientists tested the magnetic interaction between two ions in a way that nobody had done before.
Nelson has led Cal State East Bay's College of Education and Allied Studies since 2009.
Staff will discuss their success using the Education Advisory Board's software during the Wednesday morning event.
The latest issue of Peer Review showcases Cal State East Bay’s commitment to improving STEM retention.
Cal State East Bay and the Alameda County of Education have received a $3 million partnership grant to continue their commitment to enriching K-12 science education.
In "(Re)Presenting Wilma Rudolph," Cal State East Bay professor Rita Liberti gives a fresh perspective on the story of the Olympic track star.
Dean Carolyn Nelson of the College of Education and Allied Studies at Cal State East Bay was a panelist at the first annual Women’s Cultural Communication Summit.
BestColleges.com places CSUEB’s B.S. in hospitality management program at No. 7 in the country.
California State University, East Bay has presented five faculty members with a Provost’s Award for outstanding achievement.
CSUEB's chair of the Department of Philosophy wins national popular culture award
California State University, East Bay has won a 2015 City of Hayward Environmental Award, which recognizes businesses, schools, organizations and residents for exceptional environmental leadership.
‘Asian-Americans: People, Culture and Communication’ to be Topic of May 5 Presentation at Cal State East Bay
Three Cal State East Bay experts will present “Asian-Americans: People, Culture and Communication”
Cal State East Bay graduating seniors should plan to attend GradFest, a one-stop opportunity for commencement information and graduation merchandise to be held on both campuses in April.
Cal State East Bay wins first Award of Excellence from Council for Advancement and Support of Education
California State University, East Bay has earned a bronze Award of Excellence from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education’s (CASE) District VII. This is the first time CSUEB has won a CASE award.
Cal State East Bay Professor Emeritus to Present ‘Lincoln’s Successor, Andrew Johnson: States Rights’ Advocate or White Supremacist?’ on April 13
Gerald S. Henig, Cal State East Bay emeritus professor of history, will present “Lincoln’s Successor, Andrew Johnson: States Rights’ Advocate or White Supremacist?”
JoAnn Conrad, an adjunct professor in Cal State East Bay’s Department of Anthropology, Geography & Environmental Studies, has been awarded two research fellowships.
Robert Phelps, director of California State University, East Bay’s Concord Campus and associate professor of history, has been named an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow for the 2015-16 academic year.
Cal State East Bay Librarian Gretchen (Gr) Keer will present “LGBTQ: People, Culture, and Communication,” from 9-10:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 7, in the Biella Room in the University Library.
A Cal State East Bay staff member and three students were recognized recently at the Association for Orientation, Transition, and Retention in Higher Education regional conference in Fresno.
Cal State East Bay history professor Dee E. Andrews has won the Barra Sabbatical Fellowship at the McNeil Center for Early American Studies in Philadelphia for the 2015-16 academic year.
The Department of Physics at California State University, East Bay is participating in a unique international experiment - the Global Network of Optical Magnetometers for Exotic physics (GNOME).
Cal State East Bay's College of Science to Host Bay Area Regional Science Olympiad for Second Year California State University, East Bay will host the Bay Area Regional Science Olympiad (BARSO) on March 21, from 7 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
It's a story that has become all too common. Joe graduates high school. The ink is barely dry on his diploma and the credit applications start filling the mailbox.
The University Art Gallery is proud to present “In The Dark: New Media Works,” its first exhibition showcasing a collection of electronic media, including 2D/3D digital, video, audio (sound art), animation, games, websites, interactive, motion graphics, and more. The exhibition is open to all CSU East Bay undergraduate and graduate students, and alumni. Phillip Hofstetter, Ian Pollock, and Philip Ringler will jury the event.
Cal State East Bay’s GANAS Program is Finalist at Inaugural California Awards for Innovation in Higher Education Showcase
Cal State East Bay’s award-winning GANAS (Gaining Access ‘N Academic Success) program is a finalist in the inaugural California Awards for Innovation in Higher Education Showcase to be held in Sacramento on March 9.
Cal State East Bay’s seventh annual MESA Day Preliminary Competition is set for 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. this Saturday, March 7. The event, which gives educationally disadvantaged students from local schools an opportunity to participate in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) competitions, is designed to help the students apply their academic skills in a hands-on, real-world setting.
The Winter 2015 issue of Cal State East Bay Magazine is now available in print and at issuu.com!
Anyone who aspires to being a teacher will want to attend the “Day of the Teacher: Success — Nothing Less” on Saturday, March 7, at Cal State East Bay’s Concord Campus. The event is scheduled from 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.