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Cal State East Bay Associate Professor Reviews

Updated Jul 17, 2016

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  1. Helpful (3)

    "Want to be treated like you're an infant and have your ambition killed?"

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    Associate Professor in Hayward, CA
    Doesn't Recommend
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    I have been working at Cal State East Bay for more than 8 years

    Pros

    It's in the SF Bay Area. That's about it.

    Cons

    Low salary (even with the recent raise, it's not enough to live comfortably in this area), a WAY out of whack student/faculty ratio, a stifling bloated bureaucracy of stagnant under-educated administrators micro-managing every petty detail of your campus experience and treating the faculty like they're idiots, preventing any kind of entrepreneurialism or risk-taking and crushing any hopes of advancing one's field. It's a terrible campus culture that refuses innovation and new ideas. Come here to collect a bit of a paycheck, but don't bring your dreams to campus or they'll most certainly be met with crushing disappointment.

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    Cal State East Bay2016-07-17
  2. Helpful (1)

    "Whether you love or hate CSUEB depends on what you are seeking."

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    Associate Professor in Hayward, CA
    Doesn't Recommend

    I have been working at Cal State East Bay

    Pros

    CSU East Bay has a wonderfully diverse student body. Many of the students are just enough older and wiser to be passionate about their education; I have found that I can often harness that passion and use it to energize an entire class.

    Cons

    The way the university treats the students is ultimately intolerable for anyone who identifies with them. For someone who comes from an academic family and can tap into the 'us vs. them' mindset that is pervasive in the CSUEB faculty, the opportunity to work on your own projects and interests is probably worth the constant battlefield mentality necessary to disregard so many other human beings' interests so completely in order to get what you want. From what I've seen, it destroys a significant proportion of those who stick it out.

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    Cal State East Bay2010-05-26

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