CSUEB Newsletter, The View: Monthly e-News for Cal State East Bay Employees and Students

President's Column: An invitation to STEM town hall meetings

 
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President Qayoumi discusses February town hall meetings on becoming a STEM-centered university, asks the community to share ideas and thoughts about CSUEB's future.

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A strong year for 'Possibilities'

 
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With more than $8 million in gifts and pledges, CSUEB's University of Possibilities campaign builds momentum in its second year.

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Glasrud returns to CSUEB for lecture on 'African American Road to White House'

 
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Emeritus professor specializing in the history of African Americans in the West shares insight in annual Carter G. Woodson Lecture for Black History Month Feb. 23.

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This Month at CSUEB

 
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Find out what's scheduled, and mark your calendar with the top happenings at CSUEB in February.

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CSUEB leads outreach to Bay Area African American churches for 'Super Sunday'

 
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Representatives of Cal State East Bay and other California State University campuses visited 22 churches as part of the sixth annual Super Sunday effort to promote the importance of a college education to young African Americans and their families.

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'A Funny Thing' – a perfect farce, a perfect student showcase performs this March

 
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Long-time Broadway actor, now CSUEB student, leads spirited cast in classic-contemporary tale of misadventure.

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Beverly Tucker says no to holiday gift; increases scholarship contribution instead

 
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Lifelong advocate of public education boosts Human Development and Women's Studies scholarship so more students have opportunity for college education. Next year she promises more.

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CSUEB lecturer lends a voice to Bay Area creek

 
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Ethnic Studies Lecturer Steven Cleveland collaborated with college and high school students to create a public service announcement about Alhambra Creek.

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Pioneer Points

 
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Director of Athletics Debby De Angelis previews the rest of Homecoming Week, CCAA Basketball Championships and the spring sports seasons.

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CSUEB and alums 'In the News'

 
CSUEB and alums In the News

Read news coverage about the accomplishments and contributions of Cal State East Bay and its alumni in the Bay Area and beyond.

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