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Cal State East Bay in the News: December 2021

  • BY Cal State East Bay
  • December 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.  

Our favorite science podcast episodes of 2021

A podcast episode of “For the Wild” featuring Cal State East Bay professor Enrique Salmon was including in Popular Science’s top podcast episodes of 2021. (Popular Science | December 26, 2021)

Oakland Shootings, Killings Declined as Police Force Grew

Professor Corey Lepage noted some reasons why Oakland has seen decreased violent crime. (NBC Bay Area | December 24, 2021)

California disciplining doctors over questionable medical exemptions for vaccines

Arnab Mukherjea, chair of the Public Health department, discusses the societal consequences of individual liberty. (Sacramento Bee | December 8, 2021)

Can you ever beat an internal candidate for a job?

Management professor Jed DeVaro discusses how an external candidate can land a job. (BBC | December 8, 2021)

80 years after Pearl Harbor attack, San Jose final survivor still vividly remembers

The Concord campus hosted the annual beacon lighting ceremony on Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. (East Bay Times | December 7, 2021)

SFO travelers react to new international COVID testing rules now in effect

Public health professor Michael Stanton shared advice for travelers navigating new COVID testing rules for international travel. (ABC-7 | December 6, 2021)

Mt. Diablo Beacon to be Lit Tuesday to Commemorate Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

Robert Phelps, Executive Director of the Concord campus, will speak at the annual beacon lighting ceremony on Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. (Antioch Herald | December 6, 2021)

A holiday survival guide for shopping while Black

Macheo Payne, a professor of social work, discussing the racial profiling Black people experience while shopping. (SF Chronicle | December 5, 2021)

'Eye of Diablo' to be re-illuminated for Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

The annual beacon lighting ceremony on Mt. Diablo will be hosted on Cal State East Bay’s Concord campus. ( | December 1, 2021)

Bay Area Students Voice Concerns In Wake Of Abortion Rights Showdown At Supreme Court

Cal State East Bay students share their thoughts about the future of Roe v. Wade and what it means for their generation. (KPIX | December 1, 2021)