Avenue Parking Lot Closure
May 4, 2006 will be the last day of the Spring 2006 semester that the Ramona Avenue Parking lot will be open for use. The Ramona Avenue Parking Lot has served as the overflow parking site to ease the shortage of parking spaces on the main campus. The need to continue using Ramona Avenue for overflow parking no longer exists. Parking demand has diminished, and parking is available on campus throughout the entire school day. This is to advise the campus community that the Ramona Avenue Parking Lot will close on Thursday, May 4, 2006 for the remainder of the semester. The Ramona Avenue Parking Lot will reopen for Fall 2006.
Please continue to check the UTAPS website, www.csus.edu/utaps, as information regarding campus parking will be updated as parking conditions change. If you have questions, please call 278-PARK or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Food Drive 2005 results
The results of the 2005 Holiday Food Drive are in. The Sacramento State community gave an equivalent of 6,813 pounds of food, which was 418 pounds more than in 2004, a 29 percent increase. The level of monetary donations—which go the furthest to purchase food for the needy—increased significantly over 2004.
The committee thanks everyone for their contributions to the Holiday Food Drive. This year’s drive will begin in November. For questions, contact Nancy Fox at 278-5241.
The University Center Restaurant is now open weekdays from 7:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. featuring a complete table-service breakfast menu for students, faculty, staff and campus visitors. The University Center Restaurant is located at the west entrance to the University Union across from the Student Health Connection. More information is available online at www.enterprises.csus.edu/dining/area/ucr.html or contact the restaurant at 278-6100.
Enjoy a special down-home lunch with a Country-Western flair Wednesday, May 3 and Thursday May 4 at the University Center Restaurant featuring BBQ chicken and ribs, grilled sausages with all the fixings including cobblers and ice cream for dessert. It is available from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. for $11.95 per person (beverages additional). More information is available online at www.enterprises.csus.edu/dining/area/ucr.html Reservations are suggested for groups of five or more at 278-6100.
Crews will begin installing new signage at both the north and south entrances to campus this week. Work will begin Tuesday, May 2 and take about two or three days per sign. The signs will feature the new University seal and will be backlit at night for visibility. They are part of Destination 2010 efforts to make Sacramento State a more welcoming campus.
for Linda Clemons
A farewell reception for Linda Clemons will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, May 2 at the Alumni Center. She has accepted a new appointment as director of financial aid at the University of Hawaii in Manoa. Hawaiian attire is encouraged. Donations for her gift may be made to Jan Applegate in Lassen Hall 1006, campus zip 6044 or Lupe Lopez, Lassen Hall, Room 3008, campus zip 6062 by April 28.
Project newsletter available
The April issue of Sponsored Projects Funding Alert is now available. The newsletter is published monthly to alert the campus community to upcoming workshops and possible sources of external support for research, scholarly and creative activities. Both an abbreviated listing and a more detailed version are available at http://www.csus.edu/rsp/Funding%20Alert.htm.
Additional information about any of the opportunities announced in Sponsored Projects Funding Alert can be obtained by clicking on the link above or by contacting the Office of Research and Sponsored Projects at 278-7381.
This fall, the University will celebrate its 60th year of instruction. As part of the anniversary the Public Affairs office is collecting memories from faculty, staff and alumni on “What I Remember about Sac State . . .”
The information will be used in an upcoming Sac State Magazine story, as well as other material tied the celebration.
Submissions should be no longer than 250 words and can be sent by e-mail to email@example.com or mailed to campus zip 6026. They should include the submitting party’s name, affiliation to the University such as title and department, year of graduation and major if applicable, and phone number/e-mail address for follow-up.