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Cal State East Bay in the News: November 2021

  • BY Cal State East Bay
  • November 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.  

STEM experts espouse a collective impact model for nonprofits, schools and business

President Cathy Sandeen discusses the College of Science’s Green Biome Institute. (SF Business Times | November 26, 2021)

When Will Bay Area Gas Prices Drop?

Economics lecturer Farhad Sabetan discusses how gas prices may fluctuate in the coming weeks. (NBC Bay Area | November 24, 2021) 

Cal State requires students to be vaccinated for COVID-19 — but it’s not evenly enforced

Ninety percent of all Cal State East Bay students have been vaccinated, including 97% of students taking in-person classes. (Cal Matters | November 17, 2021)

U.S. Consumer Prices Soared 6.2% in Past Year, Most Since 1990

Economics lecturer Farhad Sabetan discusses the inflation rate and how long he expects it to remain high. (KRON-4 | November 10, 2021)

Quit playing or have heart surgery? How 'basketball saved' Cal State East Bay guard

Feature on student-athlete Julian Lopez, who is back on the court for the Pioneers after having open heart surgery to treat a rare heart condition. (SF Chronicle | November 10, 2021)

Product shortages: What the experts recommend before the arrival of the holidays

Economics lecturer Farhad Sabetan discusses global supply chain issues as the holidays approach. (Telemundo | November 9, 2021)

New vaccine mandates: Most US employees must get shot or test weekly for COVID by Jan. 4

Public Health chair Arnab Mukherjea discussed President Joe Biden’s new vaccine requirements for large businesses and health care workers. (ABC-7 | November 4, 2021) 

Black Alumni From California State University East Bay Launch Black Excellence Project

Staff member Sarah Aubert and lecturer Steven Cleveland created th Black Excellence Project to document student graduate success on campus via multimedia and film. (News On Media | November 2, 2021)