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Cal State East Bay in the News: July 2021

  • BY Cal State East Bay
  • July 1, 2021

Each month the Cal State East Bay News Center will share the media articles featuring the university and its faculty, staff and students. Check back as more articles are added to this running collection. 


‘In the trenches:’ Students walk the streets of hard-hit Fruitvale seeking COVID vaccine holdouts

Cal State East Bay students Maria Lopez, Aaron Gonzalez and Alexa Ribas work as on-the-ground ambassadors to encourage Alameda County residents to get COVID-19 vaccinations. Mercury News | July 3, 2021

Why I'm sitting out the Fourth of July

Macheo Payne, social work professor at Cal State East Bay, challenges the notion that the Fourth of July represents freedom for all. San Francisco Chronicle | July 4, 2021

Colleges prepare for incoming freshmen with high school learning loss

Julie Glass, chair of mathematics at Cal State East Bay, says that the pandemic impacted high schoolers' subject mastery. Faculty will work to rebuild students' math skills and help freshmen get adjusted to the new university setting. EdSource | July 6, 2021

Courageous Conversations — A Courageous Conversation about toxic mothers

Lisa Hill, Criminal justice associate professor at Cal State East Bay, examines parent-child relationships and courageous conversations about "toxic mothers." Tracy Press | July 9, 2021