Cal State East Bay to celebrate groundbreaking of CORE building April 22
Cal State East Bay will celebrate the groundbreaking of its newest building, CORE, on April 22 at 1:30 p.m.
The forthcoming CORE building will be a destination for “high impact” learning that connects our students’ aptitudes and abilities with the needs of employers and California. A place where students will have access to the tools and facilities to look outward and engage in significant opportunities, problems and issues that cannot be solved by any one discipline or individual student.
CORE and the Hub for Entrepreneurship and Innovation will provide students with the technology, tools and access to faculty and professional expertise they need to drive innovation and create solutions for modern-day problems. The center will include printing and scanning machines, modeling and prototyping technology, milling equipment for creating custom circuit boards, and craft precision parts and tools.
The groundbreaking is open to all faculty, staff, students and alumni and will take place at the Recreation & Wellness Center plaza.
To learn more about CORE, check out the following stories on East Bay Today: