October 3, 2000
Party Politics, Development, More
In Alumni Forum Series
Sacramento County Sheriff Lou Blanas, developer and philanthropist Angelo Tsakopoulos and Los Angeles Times writer Bill Stall are just a few of the featured speakers scheduled for an academic forum series at the new Steven Lee Yamshon Alumni Center at California State University, Sacramento.
The forums are being held as part of a week of special events celebrating homecoming and the opening of the Alumni Center. Many of the speakers are CSUS alumni or faculty members.
Forum topics include: media and party politics in America; development and the Endangered Species Act; law enforcement consolidation; "First Day of School" video series; and a personal view of vocational rehabilitation.
A complete schedule of forums is attached.
More information is available by contacting the CSUS alumni relations at (916) 278-6295. Media assistance is available at (916) 278-6156.
Monday, Oct. 9:
4 p.m. - Law enforcement consolidation
Featuring: County Supervisor Roger Dickinson; Sacramento County Sheriff Lou Blanas; Sacramento Deputy City Manager Richard Ramirez; and CSUS criminal justice professor Leo Hertoghe
Tuesday, Oct. 10:
4 p.m. - Media and party politics in America
Featuring: Los Angeles Times writer Bill Stall; Sacramento Bee writer Dennis Love; CSUS communication studies professor Barbara O'Connor; and others
4:30 p.m. - Talk on "First Day of School" video series. Featuring: CSUS teacher education professor Karen Benson
Wednesday, Oct. 11
4 p.m. - Endangered species and development
Featuring: Developer and philanthropist Angelo Tsakopoulos: U.S. Fish and Wildlife representative Cay Goude; Fish and Game representative Jim Steele; Audubon Society representative John McCall; and a representative from the Building Industries Association
4 p.m. - Personal view of vocational rehabilitation. Featuring: Jim Barone, the first civilian director of the Sacramento Air Logistics Center at McClellan Air Force Base
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