March 2017 - February 2018
From its earliest days as the State College for Alameda County, and continuing through six decades of social and economic change, Cal-State East Bay has been pioneering the way in higher education. Notably, CSUEB has provided access to educational opportunities for the most diverse student body in the mainland United States and has played a major role in the economic development of the entire East Bay region. Join the University Libraries in celebrating the 60th anniversary of CSUEB.
February 2017 - March 2017
February 2017 marks 75 years since presidential Executive Order 9066 forcibly removed over 100,000 Americans of Japanese ancestry from their homes and businesses, and placed them in concentration camps at the start of World War II. Discover how this unconstitutional abuse of civil rights happened, and, more importantly, help recognize the efforts made over the past 70 to prevent it happening again.
September 11, 2015 - present
As part of the Little-Known Facts about your Hayward Campus Exhibit, the Campus Timeline occupies a prominent position as you enter the Upper Mall via the elevators in the library. On the wall, you'll find the 35-foot long horizontal Timeline portrays the development of the campus from the inception of the university to present. Walk along and discover your history!
September 10, 2012 - present
This wall exhibit of photographs from the life of president Franklin D. Roosevelt is currently on display at the CSUEB Concord Campus Library. These framed photos are wall-mounted in proximity to The Kirk O. Rowlands FDR Research Collection which was recently donated to the CSUEB Libraries. We invite you to come browse numerous photos of Franklin Roosevelt and his presidency.
In addition to the new Exhibit Guides (left), you can also visit the following legacy pages on the CSUEB Library website to discover more information about current and past exhibits: