The Arbor Day Foundation has rewarded Sacramento State’s efforts to maintain and perpetuate its urban forest by recertifying it as a Tree Campus USA university.
The Office of Water Programs at Sacramento State – a nonprofit within the College of Engineering and Computer Science – is the world’s largest producer of home-study training materials for operators and managers of water- and wastewater-treatment and collection facilities.
Sacramento State’s Construction Management students continue their winning ways, bringing home two national championships – in Concrete Solutions and Electrical Problem – from last weekend’s Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) 27th annual competition in Sparks, Nev.
Sacramento State’s Sokiku Nakatani Tea Room, at the University Library, will host a series of traditional Japanese tea ceremonies this semester beginning Tuesday, Feb. 25.
KCRA reporter and anchor Leticia Ordaz is a Sacramento State graduate who seized upon the California State University’s mission: to provide an education to all who are prepared for and wish to participate in college, and assisting qualified individuals who face barriers in that quest.