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THIS WEEK
February 9, 2009
vol. 15, no. 20

Photo: Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez greets a church member during 2008’s Super Sunday. The annual event is an initiative by the California State University system to bring the college message to thousands of prospective students and their families through visits to area churches. Sac State to reach out to future students at local churches
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AMEN TO EDUCATION——Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez greets a church member during 2008’s Super Sunday. The annual event is an initiative by the California State University system to bring the college message to thousands of prospective students and their families through visits to area churches.

University receives federal honor for community engagement
Sacramento State has been named to the 2008 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll by the Corporation for National and Community Service. The award was announced Monday, Feb. 9 at the 91st annual meeting of the American Council on Education, in Washington, D.C.
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Stem cell research topic of next STEM lecture

Jan Nolta, a Sacramento State alum and director of the UC Davis Stem Cell Program, will be the guest speaker at the next Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) lecture at 7 p.m., Feb. 24, in the University Union’s Redwood Room.
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Alumni scholarship lends a helping hand to future graduates
Sacramento State graduates are helping the next generation of Sacramento State students by contributing to the Sacramento State Alumni Association’s scholarship program.
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MORE CAMPUS NEWS

News page has new look

Dialogue on Violence Against Women

Sacramento State teams prepare for spring season

Faculty Senate

Professional Activities

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Recycle, reduce or reuse paper
The integrated waste manager has set a goal of zero waste for the campus. The campus community can help reach that goal by recycling, reducing use or reusing paper.

Reduce paper usage by using both sides of the paper, and store scratch paper in a tray to put through the printer a second time for drafts. Another option is creating an electronic-only version. For example, The Bulletin went to an email-only version in 2005.

Paper items can be recycled by placing them in any blue desk-side or copier-side recycle container. Remove plastic combs and take paper out of binders. Bags of shredded paper can go directly into any blue paper recycling bin, please keep it in the plastic bag. There are also "paper and cardboard" bins behind each residence hall.

For large amounts of paper recycling (such as in office cleanouts), 90-gallon toters are available for loan. Submit a service request online at www.fm.csus.edu/Service_Request.htm. If the office has a pallet's worth (more than 20 boxes) of paper to recycle, call 278-5801 for a special pick up.

For more information, visit the “Sacramento State Recycles” website at www.fm.csus.edu/iwm.


Bulletin Staff  
Graphic: Sacramento State LogoThe Bulletin is distributed on Mondays of the academic year. Campus news may be submitted by e-mail to bulletin@csus.edu. Deadline for all materials is 10 a.m. on the Wednesday before publication. For more information call 278-6156.

Vice President,
University Advancement
Carole Hayashino

Associate Vice President,
Public Affairs
Gloria Moraga

Interim Director of News Services,
Public Affairs
Craig Koscho

Writers
Kim Nava
Mike Ward

Student Interns
Lana Tsiberman
Chris Neuschafer

Electronic Communications
Mark Konrad

Photographer
Mary Weikert

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Outstanding Student – Hitasha Mitera
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Photo: Carol Channing
Hello, Dolly!
Tony Award-winning actress Carol Channing will be the guest of honor and featured speaker at Sacramento State’s Annual Green and Gold Gala, Friday, Feb. 20 in the University Union Ballroom. The Gala will also highlight the University’s Troops to College program, which provides scholarships and support services to help veterans obtain a college education. For gala tickets, call 278-7043 or visit www.csus.edu/gala.

Campus Calendar of Events

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Football adds nine more to 2009 recruiting class
The Sacramento State football team signed nine student-athletes to National Letters of Intent, it was announced by Hornet head coach Marshall Sperbeck.
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