Our Donors

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Alaric and Patricia Johnson

In 2012, retired alumni Al Johnson, BA ’78,MPA ’82 and his wife Patricia Johnson, BA ’96, MPA ’00, established the Albert and Agnes Chang Memorial Scholarship in Computer Science in memory of their Uncle Albert and Aunt Agnes Chang. Two of nine siblings growing up in...

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Amy and Winston Chen

Amy Chen, BS ’86, MBA ’03, and Winston Chen, BS ’03, are both first generation immigrants to the United States. They met at CSUEB during their freshman year in 1982 and later received their degrees from the College of Business and Economics. Amy was also a lecturer...

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Anna Wrona and Matthew W. Wrona

The late Anna Wrona originally established this scholarship in 1988 to honor the memory of her husband, math professor emeritus W.S. Wrona. After her passing in 2007, her son Matthew renamed the scholarship as the W.S. & Anna M. Wrona Endowed Scholarship to...

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APICS Mission Peak Chapter

APICS is the global leader and premier source of the body of knowledge in supply chain and operations management, including production, inventory, materials management, purchasing and logistics. The APICS Mission Peak Chapter, being local to CSUEB, had always...

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Arthur B. Scott

Then President and CEO of Kass Management Services, Inc. , Arthur B. Scott, BS ’69, established the Arthur B. Scott Scholarship in 1988.

Atul Dhablania and Incha Kim

Atul Dhablania and Incha Kim

Atul Dhablania, MBA ’02, and his wife, Incha Kim, established the Jagdish Chander Dhablania Excellence in Business Scholarship in the College of Business and Economics in memory of his father, who was a visionary business entrepreneur. By establishing this...

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Betty England

In memory of her daughter Joanne Goodstone, BS ’84, who died in a tragic car accident in 1986, Betty England established the Joanne Goodstone Scholarship for computer science majors who attended a southern Alameda County high school. Born in Hayward, Betty was a...

Blake Nakamura

Blake Nakamura

In 2012, Blake Nakamura, BS ‘87, created the Eiichi & Marion Nakamura Award, which is the first CSUEB scholarship for criminal justice administration students, and is named in honor of his father, Eiichi, and mother Marion Nakamura. In his address to the...

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Brooks McBurney

Brooks McBurney, BA ‘69 established the John T. & Patricia McBurney/Robert S. Okazi Endowed Scholarship in 2010 in memory of those who had a significant influence on his life. After graduation from CSUEB, in 1969, Brooks went on to complete a Master’s Degree at...

Bruce and Marie Rosenblatt and Radin Foundation

Bruce and Marie Rosenblatt and Radin Foundation

With support from the Radin Foundation, Bruce and Marie Rosenblatt established the Community Service Scholarship in 1993 to encourage CSUEB students to volunteer. Bruce’s uncle Marc Radin founded the family foundation in 1971 and Bruce served as a board trustee. The...

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Calliope C. Tracewell

In 1987, Calliope C. Tracewell established the Theodore Tracewell Scholarship in memory of her beloved husband and emeritus faculty member, Theodore N. Tracewell, who taught math at CSUEB. By establishing this scholarship, Mrs. Tracewell memorializes the singular...

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Cal State East Bay Alumni Association

Incorporated in 1969, the Cal State East Bay Alumni Association promotes the success of the University and its alumni and students, encourages alumni to engage with and support the University, and provides Pioneer alumni with services, benefits and networking...

Carol Channing and Harry Kullijian

Carol Channing and Harry Kullijian

Dr. Carol Channing and her late husband Mr. Harry Kullijian established the Carol Channing and Harry Kullijian Arts Education Scholarship to honor the legacy of Dr. Channing’s performing arts career of more than six decades. They established this fund to enable CSUEB...

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Carol Inberg

Cal State East Bay accounting professor emerita Carol Inberg was truly a pioneer. She was one of few women back in the 1940s to take on a career as a Certified Public Accountant. Later, she completed her Ph.D. in Business Administration at UC, Berkeley. She then went...

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Center for Filipino Studies at CSUEB

The Center for Filipino Studies at CSUEB established the NVM Gonzalez Scholarship in 2005 to recognize NVM Gonzalez for his service to the University and to the community. Gonzalez, who died in Manila in 1999, was one of the founding faculty members of the Center for...

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Charles Arolla

Charles Arolla established the Charles and Marguerite Arolla Scholarship in 1997 to honor the memory of his beloved late wife Marguerite. He was born in Asti, Italy and immigrated to America through Ellis Island in 1913. He settled in Oakland and opened Arolla Drugs...

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Connie G. Smith

Connie G. Smith established the J. Malcolm Smith Political Science Scholarship in 2003 to honor the memory of her husband Professor J. Malcolm Smith, who was one of the most popular professors to teach at CSUEB and a member of the Political Science Department from...

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CSUEB Department of Biology

In 2005, the CSUEB biology department established the H. Duane Heath Memorial Scholarship, in memory of professor emeritus of biological sciences H. Duane Heath who died from complications of Alzheimer’s disease. Heath joined the biology faculty as an associate...

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David and Cynthia Bogolub

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Donald and Juanita Peterson

Former CSUEB emeritus professor and chair of the chemistry department Donald L. Peterson and his wife Juanita established the Donald L. Peterson/Milton F. Fuller Scholarship in 1996. Peterson joined the Cal State East Bay faculty in 1966 and awarded tenure in 1970....

Dr. Bruce E. Trumbo

Dr. Bruce E. Trumbo

In 2008, statistics and math professor emeritus Bruce E. Trumbo established the Bruce E. Trumbo Scholarship to support students in the department of statistics and biostatistics. Dr. Trumbo is a fellow of the American Statistical Association and the Institute of...

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Dr. Joan Seavey Thomas

Joan Seavey Thomas, who passed away in 2009, left a lasting legacy as the first dean of women at Cal State East Bay, which was then called California State College of Hayward. She served in various roles during her 24-year career on the campus through 1986. Part of...

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Dr. Ranjit Singh Sabharwal

Former math professor emeritus Ranjit Sabharwal established the Sabharwal Family Mathematics Scholarship in 2003. Appointed to the math faculty in fall 1968, Dr. Sabharwal’s research specialty was in geometry. Retiring in 1992 when he achieved emeritus status, he...

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Dr. Richard & Ms. Evelyn Thoman

Former CSUEB emeritus professor Richard Thoman and his late wife Evelyn Thoman established the Richard Thoman Scholarship in 1995. Dr. Thoman taught geography and environmental studies at CSUEB in the 1970s-’80s.

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East Bay Mineral Society

The East Bay Mineral Society Scholarship was established in 1999 by the now defunct East Bay Mineral Society.

Eileen Barrett and Elissa Dennis

Eileen Barrett and Elissa Dennis

Dr. Eileen Barrett has taught at Cal State East Bay’s English Department since 1987. Her course offerings include Gay and Lesbian Literature, Critical Theory, Theory and Practice of Teaching Literature and Composition, as well as several graduate seminars. In her...

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Eleanor Gothberg

Eleanor Gothberg, who attended Cal State East Bay (formerly Hayward) in the mid-70’s, established the John Gothberg Scholarship in 1991 to honor her late husband and his many contributions to the University. Professor Gothberg, who was the founding chair of the...

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Ernest L. Clements

The Ernest Clements Scholarship was established in 1977 with gifts received from Ernest L. Clements. Mr. Clements was a prominent Hayward businessman and one of the original members of Cal State Affiliates, Inc., the predecessor organization to the Cal State...

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Estate of Howard A. Slatoff

Initially established with contributions from family and friends upon his death in 2000, the Howard A. Slatoff Art Award was permanently endowed with proceeds from art professor emeritus Howard A. Slatoff’s estate in 2003. Professor Slatoff joined the founding...

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Estate of Onvia Ticer Tillinghast

In 1997, Onvia Ticer Tillinghast, a former San Lorenzo teacher who became the first blind person in California to teach sighted children in elementary school, left her estate to CSUEB (formerly CSUH). Ticer Tillinghast wanted her estate to help students earn college...