CSU Alumni

New York/Tri-State CSU Alumni Reception

Join your fellow CSU alumni for an evening of networking at the Rubin Museum of Art in Chelsea. Chancellor White and many campus presidents will also be in attendance.

This will be a great opportunity to meet other CSU alumni in all fields of business throughout the Tri-State area. Hors d’oeuvres and a hosted bar are included in your registration.

Guests are welcome but space is limited so please RSVP no later than April 6 at 12 p.m. (Eastern) using the registration link below. Pre-event registration is required. Walk ups are not possible at this venue.

Date: Thursday, April 12, 2018
Time: 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. (Eastern)
Location: Rubin Museum of Art, 150 W 17th St, New York, NY 10011 (map)
Cost: $25 per person


Register Online for CSU New York/Tri-State Alumni Reception


 

Alumni speaker, Armen Keteyian (’76 San Diego State University)

Armen Keteyian is considered one of the finest investigative journalists in the country. An 11-time Emmy Award winner, he is a network television correspondent for CBS News based in New York and longtime contributing correspondent to “60 Minutes.”

Keteyian has covered the plight of black quarterbacks in the NFL, the Penn State child abuse sex scandal, NFL concussion settlement and profiled acclaimed Alabama Crimson Tide head football coach Nick Saban for “60 Minutes.” For “60” he later broke the story of the state-sponsored doping system used by dozens of Russian athletes in the 2014 Winter Olympics.

From 2013 to March of 2017, Keteyian was the lead correspondent for “60 Minutes Sports.” From 2006-12, he was the Chief Investigative Correspondent for CBS News, winning multiple awards. Prior to that he was a special features reporter for CBS Sports, a correspondent for HBO’s “Real Sports,” and a correspondent for ABC News “World News Tonight.”

Keteyian has written or co-written 11 books including “The System,” an inside look at big-time college football. His latest book is a major biography of Tiger Woods with co-author Jeff Benedict. Keteyian earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from San Diego State University, where he started as an infielder on the baseball team.