Research Administration and Contract Administration
|To encourage a reduced-paper campus, the Bulletin is now providing a link to department, college, centers and academic program newsletters.
To place your University newsletter on the new page, forward the newsletter’s link and a brief summary of the newsletter to firstname.lastname@example.org. The new feature will be located on the top right section of the Bulletin. For more information, contact Kim Nava at 278-4016 or email@example.com.
Research Funding Update is published monthly by the office of Research Administration to notify the campus community about potential sources of external support for their research and scholarly activities.
Research Funding Update Newsletter
Information Resources and Technology
Information Technology Insights is published at least three times each year and provides an overview of news and information related to the use of information technology campus-wide. The goal of the newsletter is to provide comprehensive coverage of IT services from across campus, not just information exclusive to Information resources and technology. Comments and suggestions for future articles may be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information Technology Insights Newsletter
Administration & Business Affairs
The Administration and Business Affairs newsletter is aimed at informing internal staff of division activities, particularly staff recognition. We also engage our managers and staff in discussions about leadership and Destination 2010 goals, and otherwise promote engagement in division and campus strategic planning activities.
ABA Focus Newsletter
Student Activities is committed to student learning and development as a compliment to in-class learning. Our monthly newsletter is for the campus community and focuses on the activities of our 275 student-led organizations, the nearly 1,000 organization leaders, the 5,000-plus members and their 200 staff and faculty advisors. The newsletter will help students stay informed about upcoming leadership development programs, community service opportunities, policy issues and programs or events that can benefit our campus.
Writing Across the Curriculum
The Writing Across the Curriculum Newsletter is published online twice each semester in PDF format and archived on the WAC website. The WAC Newsletter includes tips for assigning and responding to student writing, information about campus writing programs and resources, and information about upcoming WAC workshops.
General education newsletter
The newsletter explains changes in the Graduation Writing Assessment Program, details the G.E. R.E.A.D.S. project and reports on the success of adjunct classes in key large enrollment GE courses. There are also articles about the power of community engagement and the discussions on reforming GE.
Academic Training and Tools Newsletter
The newsletter consolidates information on learning opportunities, on-campus or abroad, and provides the latest news on academic technology on campus.
ATI represents the shared campus commitment to making information technology resources and services accessible to all students, faculty, staff and the general public regardless of disability. The ATI "Fast Facts for Accessibility" newsletter is published each year, and is aimed at providing information and events relevant to the implementation of the Accessible Technology Initiative, tips for how to design accessible instructional materials and web pages, steps for meeting requirements for purchasing IT products and other strategies to achieve compliance with federal and state laws to ensure universal accessibility.
Once each semester, the Office of Academic Program Assessment publishes an assessment newsletter titled "A Window on Assessment." This newsletter is intended to provide the campus community with information and analysis about current assessment events on campus and elsewhere.
Center for California Studies’ Newsletter, Californiana
The newsletter of the Center for California Studies, Californiana, is published twice a year and provides information about the Center’s activities and events, Capital Fellows alumni profiles, policy snapshots and book reviews.
Community Engagement newsletter
The Community Engagement Center’s newsletter highlights entities outside of the department; showcases individuals, innovative programs, opportunities and the work of others; and demonstrates the currency, relevancy and core principles underlying the Community Engagement Center programs and services.
Honors Program Newsletter
The Sacramento State Honors Program Newsletter is published twice a year and provides information about the program's activities, together with faculty and student profiles.
University Library Newsletter
Floor 2 Floor is a bi-monthly publication from the CSUS University Library. The newsletter fosters communications and promotes a community spirit within the Library. http://library.csus.edu/content2.asp?pageID=333
Friends of the Library Newsletter
University Union UNIQUE Newsletter
University Union UNIQUE Programs is a Sac State volunteer group that brings innovative, quality entertainment to campus. UNIQUE began in 1978 with the central goal of creating outstanding entertainment and educational opportunities that take place in the University Union. Today, UNIQUE hosts comedy shows, movie screenings, concerts, Nooners, multi-cultural events, lectures and other live performing arts. The UNIQUE Programs Newsletter is distributed via e-mail once a week during the school semester, providing information about upcoming events for the week.
College of Continuing Education Buzz Newsletter
The Buzz is a monthly e-newsletter from the College of Continuing Education (CCE). It highlights the latest news and information about programs, classes and events offered by CCE.
Art Department News
Find out what students and faculty in art practice, art history and art education, supported by Art department staff, have achieved and shared with the University and the larger community: student and professional exhibitions, research and curatorial projects, lectures, programs and events.