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Posted July 9, 2018

July Research Roundup

New about faculty accolades, including awards, research grants, fellowships, publications and media mentions

Each month, East Bay Today will highlight Cal State East Bay faculty accolades, including awards, research grants, fellowships, publications and media mentions. To submit an item for the Research Roundup, please email Natalie Feulner.

  • A book co-authored by Professor of Kinesiology Rita Liberti won the North American Society for Sport History best anthology award.  The book — titled "San Francisco Bay Area Sports: Golden Gate Athletics, Recreation, and Community" (University of Arkansas Press, 2017) — is an anthology that clarifies how sport is connected to identities based on sexuality, gender, race and ethnicity.
  • Professor Yan Yan Ange Zhou’s joint work on sustainability in drug manufacturing was featured on the cover of Green Chemistry magazine.
  • Biology Professor Michael Hedrick was inducted as a Fellow of the American Physiological Society. The rank of Fellow is reserved to honor distinguished leaders who have demonstrated excellence in science, have made a significant contribution to the physiological sciences, and served the society.
  • Lonny Brooks, an assistant professor of communication, was interviewed by ABC-7 about they way two new movies are portraying the city of Oakland.