June Research Roundup
A monthly highlight of recent faculty accolades
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.
Cal State East Bay’s Aphasia Tones choir was recently featured by KCBS highlighting the program and the group’s performance at the Pacific Stroke Association.
Assistant professor of health sciences Michael Stanton spoke to KTVU about the World Health Organization recognizing professional burnout as a medical condition.
Professor of engineering David Bowen has been named a 2019 Kika De La Garza Education Fellow which will provide him firsthand experiences in policymaking and research at the USDA.
A new book written by several Cal State East Bay professors about skateboarding becoming more mainstream was featured on NBC Bay Area.
The California State University highlighted an interdisciplinary project between the art and kinesiology project departments where students are learning to use 3-D printing technology to print the missing pieces from skeletons.
Professor of theater and dance Darryl V. Jones was featured in an article highlighting the upcoming immersive production of “Rime of the Ancient Mariner.”
Associate professor of criminal justice Lisa Hill recently penned an article published in the Tracy Press entitled “Parenting requires courage.”
Associate professor of biology Erica Wildy was recently featured in an article from National Geographic about her work studying long-toed salamanders.