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Cal State East Bay in the News: February 2022

  • BY Cal State East Bay
  • February 1, 2022

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. 
 

Walt Jacobs Will Be the Next Provost at California State University, East Bay

Incoming Provost Walt Jacobs is highlighted. (February 28, 2022 | The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education)


In CSU East Bay, Hayward has a new economic driver

President Cathy Sandeen is quoted in an article about Cal State East Bay’s impact on the East Bay region. (February 25, 2022 | SF Business Times)


5 people to know in Hayward

President Cathy Sandeen is on the San Francisco Business’ Times list of people to know in Hayward. (February 25, 2022 | SF Business Times)


The Battle for the Soul of the Library

An analysis by dean of libraries John Wenzler is referenced in this opinion piece about the neutrality of libraries. (February 24, 2022 | New York Times)


Even Freeways That Don’t Get Built Leave a Scar. How One Bay Area City is Healing

Professor emeritus Sherman Lewis fought against a proposed freeway through Hayward for three decades and wrote a book about it. (February 21, 2022 | Los Angeles Times)


After Cal State chancellor’s resignation, calls for an investigation intensify

President Cathy Sandeen shared her perspective as a female president on the chancellor’s resignation. (February 19, 2022 | LA Times)


Exhibition at Tanforan Marks 80th Anniversary of Japanese Internment

History professors Linda Ivey and Kevin Kaatz have co-authored two books about the Japanese Internment and shared their insights about this time in American history. (February 19, 2022 | KPIX)


Cal State Chancellor Resigns Over Allegations He Mishandled Harassment Complaints

President Cathy Sandeen provides her thoughts on the significance of the Board of Trustees' acceptance of Joseph Castro's resignation. (Chronicle of Higher Education | February 18, 2022)


Cal State chancellor resigns over handling of sex misconduct

Management professor Lynn Bowes-Sperry shares insight on Joseph Castro’s resignation. (February 17, 2022 | KTVU)


Courageous Conversations — Good Coping Skills May Prevent Suicide Ideation

Criminal Justice professor Lisa Hill writes a regular column for the Tracy Press about “courageous” conversations to have with kids. (February 11, 2022 | Tracy Press)


Too soon? Reactions to California's lifting of mask mandate

Public Health professor Michael Stanton gives his perspective on the state's easing of mask mandates. (February 7, 2022 | KTVU)


Kaiser Permanente Gets a Special Healthcare Deal with California. Are Medicaid Reforms in Jeopardy?

Health sciences professor Andrew Kelly discusses how Kaiser Permanente was able to secure a new Medicaid contract with the state behind closed doors. (February 6, 2022 | LA Times)


College Calculus Doesn’t Have to Be a Roadblock

Cal State East Bay’s student-centered teaching methods for calculus are highlighted in this opinion piece. (February 1, 2022 | EdSource)


Opinion: The Path to Social Equity in Higher Ed Doesn’t Run Through Harvard

Cal State East Bay is mentioned as an example of a school whose diverse student population represents the geographical area it serves. (February 1, 2022 | New York Times)

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