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Faculty in the News

  • Anna Sampaio

    Political Science and Ethnic Studies

    Anna Sampaio

    December 31, 2020

    Anna Sampaio talks about the lack of Latina representation in President-elect Joe Biden's Cabinet. Also in The 19th.

  • Erick Ramirez

    Philosophy

    Erick Ramirez

    December 23, 2020

    VR simulations show people what it's like to be homeless, pregnant, in a wheelchair, autistic, or a different race, according to Erick Ramirez. Also MSNMedium, Yahooand a half dozen additional outlets.

  • Psychology

    Kirsten Read

    November 3, 2020

    Kirsten talks to the San Francisco Chronicle about what parents and teachers can do to help their kids deal with election stress.

  • Sociology

    Enrique Pumar

    October 2020

    Enrique Pumar was interviewed by Univision to understand the impact of the latest presidential debate.

     

  • Communication

    Nico Opper

    October 8, 2020

    Nico Opper (Communication) and their project were chosen by Film Independent for its inaugural Docuseries Intensive.

  • Religious Studies

    Eugene Schlesinger

    September 2020

    Eugene Schlesinger wrote an article in The Living Church about the ten commandments.

  • Aldo Billingslea

    Theatre & Dance

    Aldo Billingslea

    September 2, 2020

    Aldo Billingslea talks about his experience fundraising for black theatre and the racist outrage that followed.

  • Biology & Public Health

    Katherine Saxton

    August 28, 2020

    Kat Saxton wrote an opinion piece with Craig Stevens in the Mercury News about the CDC's new Covid-19 testing guidelines and how it should be ignored as it is scientifically unfounded.

  • Communication

    Chan Thai

    August 24, 2020

    Chan Thai was on the podcast Fresh off the Vote to break down the public health perspective of COVID as it relates to universities and schools reopening this fall.

  • Tom Plante

    Psychology

    Tom Plante

    August 10, 2020

    Tom Plante talks to KTVU about managing back to school anxiety amid a global panemic.