vol. 13, no. 23
career services offer tips on landing that dream job
CAREER CENTER CONTACTS --Graduate career
counseling students Crystal Martinez and Adan Chaidez
review computerized career information to assist clients
in exploring career options.
a home—strengthen ties; students to take an alternative
A number of Sacramento State students will forego suntan lotion
and tropical breezes during the March break in order to wield
hammers, move dirt and, literally, raise the roof as they
participate in Alternative Break with Habitat for Humanity.
patient is in--Human Simulator welcomes the public at nursing
program's open house
Sacramento State's Division of Nursing is holding its first
Annual Open House from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., March 22 at El Dorado
Hall. The public is invited to tour the nursing building,
meet with nursing faculty and students and attend demonstrations
in the nursing skills laboratory.
Cat in the Hat prances into the spotlight in Seussical™
The magical world of Dr. Seuss comes to life on stage, as
Sacramento State's Department of Theatre and Dance presents
Seussical™ the Musical, at the University Theatre,
Shasta Hall, from March 9 – 25.
process includes open forums on campus
Faculty, staff and students are invited to take part in one
of three one-hour open forums at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, March
13 as part of the University's reaccreditation review.
is a great alternative commute mode. If you are
interested in commuting to campus via a vanpool,
please call Maryam Amiri at Enterprise Rideshare,
(916) 480-4961. Additionally, information about
CNG vans is available by calling the Department
of General Services at (916) 327-1078.
vanpool lists, please visit www.sacramento-tma.org
or call (916) 441-7074. You may also contact Alfredo
Orozco, Employee Transportation Coordinator at
or call extension 87527.
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Associate Vice President,
Samantha Hens isn’t above imitating a primate
to make a point.
“With a large classroom of students, it’s
difficult to have a real group discussion. But you
can make it fun,” says the anthropology professor.
“I don’t mind walking around like a chimpanzee
if it will help students learn and keep them engaged.”
Music Festival presents the Mozart of Indian music
World Music Festival continues as renowned Indian classical
artists Ravikiran and Tarun Bhattacharya perform at 6 p.m.,
Sunday, March 11 at the Music Recital Hall.
Calendar of Events
basketball players Pugh, Harris and Freeman each sign contracts
to play overseas
Former Sacramento State men’s basketball stars DaShawn
Freeman (2002-06), Jameel Pugh (2003-05) and Jason Harris
(2004-06) each recently signed contracts to play basketball
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