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Produced by the Office of Public Affairs and Advocacy Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Construction Management shines again in national competition

Sacramento State's Construction Management students continue their winning ways, bringing home two national championships from the weekend's Associated Schools of Construction competition in Sparks, Nev. The Concrete Solutions team repeated as national champs, the first time any school has posted back-to-back wins in that category, and the Electrical Problem team posted its first national victory. Two other teams, Mechanical Problem and Design Build, also scored high. Supporting the students were members of the Sacramento Construction Management Education Foundation, an advisory board made up of regional industry leaders.
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CSU Chancellor pledges $50 million to increase student success rate

secondary story image Chancellor Timothy P. White announced in his inaugural State of the CSU address that the California State University will commit an additional $50 million to advance student achievement and bolster degree completion. White delivered his message Jan. 29 at a meeting of the Board of Trustees that was live-streamed to all 23 CSU campuses. White said the $50 million will be used to expand and enhance strategies that support student success.
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Super Sunday outreach is this weekend
As part of the University's annual Super Sunday outreach to predominantly African American communities, Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez will visit Antioch Progressive Church, and Sac State's new provost and vice president for Academic Affairs, Fraka Harmsen, will attend morning services at Saint Paul Missionary Baptist Church. The President also will appear via video at the Center of Praise Ministries. Super Sunday is the part of the California State University's African American initiative that sends top university officials to churches throughout the state. The goal is to increase enrollment and graduation rates of African American students.
Tour for Diversity in Medicine on campus
The Tour for Diversity in Medicine, a grassroots project that seeks to increase the participation of underrepresented racial and ethnic groups in medicine, came to Sacramento State on Feb. 6 for a daylong event. The tour presented its message in formats such as large-auditorium gatherings, lecture halls, small seminars and exhibits. Sac State alumnus Brandon Henry, a tour mentor, led the visit.
The shot seen 'round the nation
Hornet basketball star Dylan Garrity redefined the possible and won national fame with his 75-foot buzzer-beating shot that defeated Weber State in overtime on Feb. 1. Relive that special moment with Garrity in our "Made at Sac State" video.

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At Home:

The Hornets square off against San Jose State at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14, at The Nest.   Tickets

At Home:
Women's basketball

Sacramento State faces Portland State in a conference game at 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15, at The Nest.   Tickets
At Home:
Men's basketball

The Hornets host North Dakota in a conference matchup at 7:05 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 20, at The Nest.   Tickets

On Campus:
Piano Series

Timothy Smith kicks off the spring offerings at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22. The program includes Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition."   More

On Campus:
Sacramento/Black Art of Dance

The annual production explores the meaning of "Legacy," with music by Nina Simone, The Roots and more. Shows: Feb. 27-March 2 and March 5-9.   Tickets

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