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Cal State East Bay in the News: June 2022

  • BY Cal State East Bay
  • June 3, 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. 

Mental health experts offer advice on how to navigate difficult conversations at July 4th gatherings

Professors Michael Stanton and Lisa Hill discuss how to have conversations about hot button issues when gathering with family and friends. (June 30, 2022 | MSN)

Looking Ahead: Will VP Kamala Harris Run for President in 2024?

Professor Nolan Higdon addressed the topic of whether VP Kamala Harris will run for president. (June 29, 2022 | NBC Bay Area)

Abortion Is Healthcare: Medical, legal experts foresee dire consequences in SCOTUS ruling

Professor Susan Forsyth discussed the impacts of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. (June 29, 2022 | East Bay Express)

ABC7's 'Getting Answers' at 3 p.m.

Criminal Justice professor Lisa Hill discussed violence on public transportation after a recent shooting on a MUNI bus. (June 22, 2022 | ABC-7)

Friday News Roundup

Professor Susan Forsyth shared her initial reaction to the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. (June 24, 2022 | SF Gate)

Steph Curry Premieres New Show "Level Up" on Snapchat

Michael Francisco, captain of the CSUEB soccer team, is part of Steph Curry’s new show. (June 24, 2022 | One37PM)

Oakley middle-school girls advance to national-level STEM contest with their heatstroke alert tech

An Oakley team from Cal State East Bay’s MESA program is headed to the national competition. (June 17, 2022 | Local News Matters)

Are Bay Area housing prices about to drop? Here's what experts say as interest rates hike

Professor Tammie Mosley discusses how work-from-home policies and rising interest rates are affecting the Bay Area real estate market. (June 14, 2022 | ABC-7)

Family of a beloved East Bay doctor seeks to help 'bring his dream to fruition,' setting up scholarship fund

The family of doctor Armando Samaniego is launching a memorial scholarship fund to benefit the Cal State East Bay Educational Foundation. (June 14, 2022 | KTVU) 

Our extended family of plants, animals and soil

Ethnic Studies professor and Cal State East Bay Tribal Liaison Enrique Salmon discusses the idea of 'kincentricity' and his Raramuri culture. (June 12, 2022 | Wisconsin Public Radio)

Courageous Conversations — To tell or not to tell: How parents can address rising gun violence

Professor Lisa Hill offers tips for talking to children about rising gun violence in her regular column. (June 10, 2022 | Tracy Press)

Experts give tips on staying safe during active shooter situations

Professors Michael Stanton and Cory Lepage share tips on staying both safe and healthy in regard to active shooter situations and the stress they cause. (June 7, 2022 | ABC-7)

Alameda County Reinstates Mask Mandates

Public Health chair Arnab Mukherjea discusses the indoor mask mandate that Alameda County reinstated and whether it made sense to implement. (June 3, 2022 | KQED)  

Bay Area rapper performs at Game 1 halftime show of NBA Finals, highlights AAPI representation

Professor Matthew Atencio of the Center for Sport and Social Justice discusses the significance of the rapper’s invitation to perform at the high-profile event. (June 2, 2022 | ABC-7)