Eight Pioneers baseball players have been selected to the California Collegiate Athletic Association all-conference teams, the most in program history.
Selected from among 13,000 applicants for a National Science Foundation graduate research program, physics major Trinity Joshi has received a three-year annual stipend of $30,000 for education expenses.
Cal State East Bay Magazine unveils another green edition of the magazine, offering its first tablet version for iPad.
CSUEB is ranked among the top 25 online colleges and universities in a 2013 report by SR Education Group.
CSUEB’s American Language Program will host its fourth annual GradFest from noon to 2 p.m. on May 15, honoring former ALP students graduating in 2013.
Some 600 prospective students are expected to meet with admissions counselors Friday for the annual Western Association for College Admission Counseling College Fair at the Hayward Campus.
The Cal State East Bay track and cross country teams are partnering with Associated Students Inc. to host the May 11 event.
Approximately 2,800 incoming freshmen, transfer students and their families will get a preview into academic and student life at Cal State East Bay at the annual Welcome Day.
Five CSUEB grad students are among only 220 selected for March 1-2 social entrepreneurship competition in San Francisco. Regional champs go on to pitch ideas to the Hult Prize and Clinton Global Initiative judges for a chance for start-up money and support.
Students are encouraged to apply before the priority deadline as financial aid may be limited for submissions after the deadline.
A new Educational Therapy Certificate Program will begin this fall on CSUEB's Concord campus, providing a post-master’s opportunity for professionals in the field of education.
Professional caliber analysis and recommendations delivered to Federal Reserve Bank economists in San Francisco distinguish the Cal State East Bay Monetary Policy Team led by lecturer David Murray.
In a first for CSUEB, a program called The Tunnel of Oppression runs through Feb. 21 on the Hayward Campus to heighten participants' awareness of issues from racism to body issues.
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.
The Cal State East Bay Athletics Department announced that nine teams and more than half of the current student-athletes earned a GPA of at least 3.0 during fall quarter.
CSU Super Sunday visits in the Bay Area -- most of which will take place on Feb. 17 -- will include presentations by Cal State East Bay President Leroy M. Morishita.
Cal State East Bay is putting the finishing touches on 2013 Homecoming celebrations taking place Feb. 4-10.
The Cal State East Bay Athletics Department will celebrate local students who participated in the Read with the Pioneers Program during the basketball doubleheader on Jan. 12.
Cal State East Bay’s MBA for Global Innovators, which integrates core business disciplines with a global perspective, is accepting applications for summer quarter now through April 1.
The new one-year, accredited Master of Science in Accountancy (MSA) program will prepare students for careers in accounting.
The one-year Intensive MBA program at Cal State East Bay, designed for young professionals, is currently accepting applications for summer 2013 through April 1.
"Education Summit 2013: It Takes A Community!" is designed to reach out to first generation youth and those of African American, Latino, Asian American and Pacific Islander ethnicity.
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.