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April 6, 2009
vol. 15, no. 27

Photo: Sacramento State student Ulliami Fihari and a few of his friends stretched out a band to do a little slacklining on campus March 27. Slanklining is like tightrope walking, but with uses an elastic band instead of a taunt rope.BALANCING ACT ——Sacramento State student Ulliami Fihari and a few of his friends stretched out a band to do a little slacklining on campus March 27. Slanklining is like tightrope walking, but uses an elastic band instead of a taut rope.

WASC team visits campus
The Western Association of Schools and Colleges Accrediting Commission Visiting Team will be on campus Tuesday through Thursday, April 7-9. The visit is part of the reaccreditation process Sacramento State is going through.
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Sacramento State begins new cyber security academy
Sacramento State is using its computer security expertise to help the Sacramento community.
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CSU Trustees support propositions on May 19 ballot
The CSU Board of Trustees voted Wednesday, April 1, to endorse five of the propositions that will come before voters in a May 19 special election.
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Fifth Annual women’s mentoring conference this week
Sacramento State will host the annual Women Mentoring Women Conference 8:45 a.m.-3:45 p.m., Friday, April 10, in the University Union.
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Active shooter notification and response course
The Sacramento State Department of Public Safety will hold a two-hour presentation on the history and psychology of active shooters, police/university reaction, the Emergency Notification System (ENS) and response options.
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Fishing club catches big one at tournament
Fishing isn’t just a pastime for a couple of Sacramento State students; it’s an all-out competition and one that reeled in a scholarship for them and the University.
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Pride Week offers a variety of events
Sacramento State’s PRIDE Center will kick off its annual Pride Week celebration with a mixer, the Gay Bash, at 6 p.m., Monday, April 6, in the PRIDE Center, Lassen Hall room 3011. The mixer will create networking opportunities and provide students the chance to meet other supportive organizations.
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MORE CAMPUS NEWS

Test-taking workshop helps give stress a failing grade

Staff Award Luncheon tickets for sale

Biology student wins research competition

Sac State Magazine available


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Professional Activities

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Hazardous and Universal Wastes
The Office of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) provides training and assistance to campus departments on how to manage their hazardous materials and reduce their hazardous waste generation. Pollution prevention is one of the keys to maintaining a sustainable environment.

EHS works with disposal companies to recycle as much of the wastes as possible to ensure the minimum impact to the environment. Hazardous waste includes lab chemicals, lubricants, paints, and solvents among others. EHS also collects universal wastes such as batteries, light tubes and thermometers.

Campus departments can call EHS at 278-5165 or 278-6456 to obtain proper labels and schedule a pickup or drop-off for hazardous and universal wastes. This service is provided at no cost to any campus department for routine items. For more information, visit the hazardous waste webpage at www.rms.csus.edu/ehs/hazwastedisp.html and/or the universal waste webpage at www.rms.csus.edu/ehs/universal_waste_mgmt.html.


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
Kim Nava

Bulletin Editor
Mike Ward

Writer
Craig Koscho

Student Interns
Svetlana Tsiberman
Christopher Neuschafer
Sara Perez

Electronic Communications
Mark Konrad

Photographer
Mary Weikert

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35 Year Profile: Susan Tynan
As an academic counselor in the College of Business Administration, Susan Tynan has imparted wisdom to Sacramento State students for 28 years. As a Sacramento State staff member, she has helped the campus community for more than 35 years.
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Saxophonist Dave Pietro
Guest saxophonist Dave Pietro will perform with Sacramento State’s Jazz Combos at 7 p.m., Tuesday, April 7, in Capistrano Hall’s Music Recital Hall. Pietro has been on the New York jazz scene since 1987. Tickets are $10 general admission and $8 for students and seniors. Tickets are available at Sacramento State’s Ticket Office, 278-4323 or www.tickets.com.

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Chen earns third Big Sky golfer of the week award
For the second consecutive week and the third time this season, Sacramento State’s Justine Chen has been selected as the Big Sky Conference Golfer of the Week.
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