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SFGate Discusses 'Brexit' With History's Aeleah Soine

SFGate logoAssistant Professor of History Aeleah Soine spoke with the San Francisco Chronicle's SFGate about the United Kingdom's historic vote to leave the European Union.

ABC7 Taps Kinesiology's Deane Lamont for Insight on the Super Bowl's Cultural Impact

ABC7 San Francisco logoKinesiology Professor Deane Lamont commented on the underlying cultural aspects of the Super Bowl in an ABC7 news story.

Press Enterprise Asks Politics’ Steve Woolpert If California’s June Presidential Primary Matters

Press Enterprise logoThe Press Enterprise spoke with SMC Politics Professor Steve Woolpert about whether California’s June presidential primary will make a difference in the race for the White House.

KCBS Interviews SEBA’s Andrew Wilson About Overly Optimistic Shoppers

KCBS News Radio logoWith the holiday shopping season unofficially kicking off with Black Friday, KCBS News spoke with SEBA Marketing Professor Andrew Wilson about his research on consumer decision making.

Aussie News Outlet Taps Prof. Andrew Wilson for Insight on Why Optimists Get Duped

The Age logoThe Australian news outlet The Age features observations from SEBA Professor Andrew Wilson in the article "Why optimistic people are more likely to be duped." Wilson, who teaches courses on marketing management and resear

Contra Costa Times Quotes Steve Woolpert on Eastbay Senate Race Outcome

The Contra Costa Times quoted Saint Mary's Politics Professor Steve Woolpert several times in an article about Tuesday's special election for the District 7, East Bay Senate race. Woolpert, who is also the dean of the School of Liberal Arts, commented on the heated contest between Orinda Mayor Steve Glazer and Assemblywoman Susan Bonilla (D-Concord). Glazer won the race, garnering 54 percent of the votes. Read the story "Glazer defeats Bonilla in East Bay Senate race."

CBS-5 TV Speaks With Biology Prof. Doug Long About Roadkill Increases

CBS-5 / KPIX-TV logoCBS-5/KPIX-TV spoke with School of Science Adjunct Biology Professor Douglas Long about his involvement in the California Roadkill Observation System, which tracks incr