2020 News Articles

Returning to Indigenous Ways to Manage Fire

Wildfire season is starting earlier and ending later each year. While wildfires are an inevitable occurrence in California, our relationship with them can be vastly improved by learning from and applying ancient ways of relating to the land, shows research by Cal State East Bay professor Tony Marks-Block.

September 16, 2020

The Purr-fect Silver Lining

With anxiety high during this uncertain time, Cal State East Bay Lecturer of Psychology Gretchen Reevy says owning a cat might be particularly helpful and your furry friend could actually benefit from your anxiety.

September 11, 2020

The Great ShakeOut is as Important as Ever

Join Cal State East Bay in International ShakeOut Day on Thursday, Oct. 15. That day, participants should practice taking the proper action during an earthquake — drop, cover and hold on.

October 15, 2020

A Presidential Homecoming

Cal State East Bay President Cathy Sandeen is home. The San Leandro-raised leader begins her tenure at the university amid a raging global pandemic, state budget cuts, and another virtual semester. But, she’s ready.

January 4, 2021