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July 2011

July 08, 2011

Fulbright winner studies European ethnic issues

A Fulbright scholarship has taken Sacramento State’s Jude Antonyappan to Germany and Belgium, where the associate professor of social work focused on ethnicity and national identity issues in the context of immigration.

July 11, 2011

Center for Cal Studies: A vibrant resource

Sacramento State’s Center for California Studies has just released its annual report, which underscores the value of this multifaceted resource.

July 12, 2011

Professor wows a young CAMP audience

Professor Roberto Pomo is a dramatic classroom presence who has engaged and inspired college students for decades. It comes naturally to him – his father was an accomplished actor and radio personality in Argentina. Pomo, who directs Sac State’s Honors Program, recently confronted a challenging audience of 80 middle-school students from the CAMP program.

July 12, 2011

Application period for Spring 2012 begins Aug. 1

Prospective Sacramento State students wishing to apply for admission for the Spring 2012 semester have the month of August to do so.

July 13, 2011

Sac State alum and Army vet wants to help

Angela Rich is an Army veteran whose passion is making people aware of the experiences of GIs and their families. As such, the Sacramento State graduate is getting involved with the VETS/ROTC Alumni Chapter.

July 13, 2011

Budget cuts trigger fee increase, program impaction

The fallout from devastating state budget cuts continued yesterday when California State University Trustees approved an additional 12 percent tuition fee increase beginning this fall. The Board also approved Sacramento State’s declaration of impaction for three programs: Criminal Justice, Psychology and Health Sciences.

July 14, 2011

PRISM: A student-generated success story

Sacramento State’s brand-new summer PRISM program (Principle Review for Incoming Students in Mathematics) is a student-generated success story in the making.

July 21, 2011

Sac State leads with cutting-edge nursing lab

Sacramento State’s Nursing program has come a long way since its creation five decades ago. Nowhere is that progress more evident than the state-of-the art clinical simulation lab, the setting for the second annual Simulation User Network (SUN).

July 27, 2011

Parental guide aims at raising entrepreneurs

Jerry Cook, an associate professor of Family and Consumer Services at Sacramento State, together with his wife, has published "The Parents' Guide to Raising CEO Kids," a roadmap to nurturing entrepreneurship.