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Stephen Gutierrez Honored

Tri-City Voice; Sept. 16, 2011

This is a published report by the Tri-City Voice announcing that Stephen Gutierrez has been named CSUEB's recipient of the George and Miriam Phillips Outstanding Professor award for 2011.

Around Pasadena Sept. 14

Pasadena Star News; Sept. 14, 2011

An announcement that CSUEB professor Carlos Salomon would be speaking at a Southern California library about his new book about Pio Pico, the last governor of California when it was part of Mexico.

SMALL COLLEGE NOTEBOOK: 50th anniversary of Pioneer Athletics

Bay Area News Group (Oakland Tribune, Conta Costa Times, Hayward Daily Review, etc.); Matt Schwab; Sept. 14, 2011

The Bay Area News Group's small college sports columnists recognizes the university's sports teams' 50th anniversary.

American hustlers: Finding ways to make extra cash

CNN Money; John Herndon; Sept. 6, 2011

John Herndon, finance lecturer in CSUEB's College of Business and Economics, is featured in special section of CNN Money.

Nursing professor helps seniors

Bay Area News Group (Daily Review, SJ Mercury News, Contra Costa Times, Oakland Tribune, Fremont Argus and others); Chris Metinko; Sept, 3, 2011

Marty Fraga, faculty member in the Nursing Department, was featured by Bay Area News Group for her providing real-world experience CSUEB nursing students in the East Bay.

Durham Elementary soars on first day of schoool

Fremont Bulletin; Shannon Barry; Sept. 2, 2011

Four middle schools in Fremont are taking part in science partnership with CSUEB through a grant to the university from the National Science Foundation.

A war at home: a soldier’s mission against PTSD

KALW Radio; Priscilla Yuki Wi; Aug. 22, 2011

Jeremy Profitt, a Cal State East Bay sociology major as well as a veteran of combat in Iraq and Afghanistan, is also dealing with post-traumatic stress syndrome. This is a transcript of his interview on KALW radio in San Francisco on Aug. 22.

Upcoming Open House to showcase Cal State East Bay's Oakland Center

Oakland Business Review; Hank Masler; Aug. 22, 2011

The August edition of the Oakland Business Review reported that CSUEB would be hosting an open house for its Continuing and International Education courses and programs on Sept. 8.

SJSU's new Afghan-born president sees optimism despite adversity

San Jose Mercury News; Lisa M. Krieger; Aug. 21, 2011

The accomplishments of Mo Qayoumi as president of Cal State East Bay are noted prominently as he is featured in an Aug. 21 article in the San Jose Mercury News on his beginning months as San Jose State's leader.

Job scarcity may have hindered Mexican-Americans' migration to Palm Springs

Palm Springs Desert Sun; Bruce Fessier; Aug. 20, 2011

Former CSUEB faculty member Lowell Bean, an anthropologist, is featured in this article from the Palm Springs Desert Sun.

Changing Election Methods: How Does Mandated Vote-by-Mail Affect Individual Registrants?

Election Law Journal; Elizabeth Bergman; Aug. 20, 2011

Elizabeth Bergman, faculty member in the CSUEB Political Science Department, studied how "vote-by-mail" might affect voter turnout in future elections.

KCBS Radio Interviews CSUEB Prof. Groziak on Science Festivals

KCBS News Radio; Barbara Taylor; Aug. 18, 2011

Michael Groziak, associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry, talked with KCBS reporter Barbara Taylor about CSUEB's Science Festival.

UC takes first steps into online education

San Jose Mercury News; Lisa M. Krieger; Aug. 18, 2011

This article on UC's beginning to explore online education notes that online programs are already being offered at Cal State East Bay.

Bay Area to Host Science Fairs

NBC Bay Area; Aug. 16, 2011

As reported by NBC Bay Area, Cal State East Bay will host its biennial Science Festival Oct. 29, the first of the series of festivals in the Bay Area this fall.

Alumni in the News

Younger striker makes scoring look simple

Stockton Record; Jason Anderson; Sept. 22, 2011

This article features Cal State East Bay alumni and former soccer players David Bond and Jordan Ferrell, who are head coach and assistant coach, respectively, at Delta College.

South County Beat: A.G. High choir tunes up for New York

San Luis Obispo Tribune; Gayle Cuddy; Sept. 7, 2011

This story features CSUEB Music graduate Chris Bledsoe, who teaches at Arroyo Grande High in the San Luis Obispo area.

Sept. 11 Anniversary: The Story Behind a Champion of United Flight 93

Patch.com; Kari Hulac; Sept. 6, 2011

Michael Emerson, Cal State East Bay alumnus and Marine veteran, was instrumental in establishing memorial for the victims of Flight 93 as the nation prepares to remember the 9/11 events of 10 years ago. Read his story here.

ACI Cork USA adds Shelly Morini Rodrigues to Sales Staff

Drinks Media Wire; Press Release; September 2, 2011

CSUEB business grad Shelly Morini Rodrigues has been appointed to Sales Support at ACI Cork USA, Fairfield, California.

CSUEB grad is college football analyst for ESPN

ESPN press release; August 31, 2011

Mike Bellotti '82 is a studio and game analyst for college football on ESPN. He earned a Master of Science degree in physical education from CSUEB.

St. John Catholic School Welcomes New Principal and Vice Principal

Patch.com; Analisa Harangozo; Aug. 31, 2011

CSUEB alumnae Alyssia Schwartz has been promoted to principal -- from assistant principal -- at St. John Catholic High School in San Lorenzo.

Smith, Aksland picked to fill vacancies on planning board

Manteca Bulletin; Dennis Wyatt; Aug. 18, 2011

Leonard Smith, who earned his master's in Public Administration from CSUEB, has been appointed to the City of Manteca's Planning Commission.

Around Danville: Remembering Joey

Bay Area News Group (Contra Costa Times); George Lambert; Aug. 7, 2011

Article reflects on Cal State East Bay alumnus Joe Moore and his family.


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