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  • Hornet Aluminaries
    and importance of public service Scott was honored to be entrusted as Rocklin s mayor and swearing him in meant the world to me Though that day seemed almost scripted the couple s devotion to community and family is genuine which is why they are receiving a Distinguished Service Award from the Sac State Alumni Association Yuill had a clear destination when he arrived at Sac State and he never wavered His father was in the insurance business and Yuill set out to follow in his footsteps He is quick to credit professors Hamid Ahmadi and Thomas Heflin for their guidance and wisdom While it was many years ago when I sat in their lectures I continue to benefit from their teachings Yuill says Scott Yuill Insurance and Financial Services opened 26 years ago in Rocklin and Yuill has taken a major leadership role in the thriving Placer County city Bogert came to her position as Sacramento County Superior Court Judge via a more circuitous route She was uncertain about her career plans as a 17 year old freshman but her time at Sac State helped change that Bogert earned her degree in criminal justice and enrolled at Lincoln Law School At the risk of sounding unmotivated I had no career plans when I started at Sac State she says Shortly before graduation I set my sights on law school and I fell in love with the law In two decades Bogert has built a remarkable career in the field including high profile and other coveted work as an attorney She served in the Office of Legal Affairs for both Govs Pete Wilson and Arnold Schwarzenegger She was appointed to the Sacramento Superior Court by Schwarzenegger in 2010 and won the 2012 election in resounding fashion That is the professional

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/alum/profiles/profile/bogertyuill.html (2016-02-12)
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    Bar Association s Trailblazers under 40 distinction in 2014 It means a lot because Sac State is where I grew as a person and got my start Person handles commercial litigation at Manatt Phelps and Phillips in their San Francisco office In just a few short years as a professional he s caught the attention of the industry Among other honors he was named to the Lawyers of Color Hotlist last year Prior to that Person beat out hundreds of applicants from across the country for a clerkship with Chief Judge Vicki Miles LaGrange of the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma The prestigious clerkship enhanced an already impressive resume Person earned his Sac State degree in just three and a half years and was one of the top graduates from the UC Davis School of Law His academic and professional successes were born partly out of a painful moment early on in college During a 100 meter race in 2004 Person pulled up lame after suffering a serious hip flexor injury He was crestfallen It was bitter because nobody wants to go out that way being injured but it was sweet because it pushed me and allowed me to really focus on reaching out and doing other things Person says Freed from the commitment of training to compete athletically Person threw himself into the college experience With his collegiate athletic career over he quickly found another competitive outlet Sac State Debate After competing on the debate team in high school Person was poised to excel in college It was great That was where I got my first opportunity to do any type of real oral advocacy Person says Kristin Tudor Hamilton Sac State Debate director gave me the green light and she let my creativity

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    pair will talk about the stormwater LID devices installed throughout the campus last fall and the evaluation of the devices specially engineered soil The 3 3 million LID project was funded in part by the California State Water Resources Control Board s Proposition 84 Stormwater Grant Program and carried out by the Office of Water Programs The new stormwater devices are performing well collecting infiltrating and treating runoff as they were designed to Kerner reports The ponded water that remains after storms is intentional as it promotes infiltration in the underlying soils The ponded water is infiltrating within 48 hours after the storm s end as designed with the exception of one device that is under evaluation for future mitigation We are currently monitoring flow volumes and pollutant loads to quantify actual performance she says The data evaluation report will be released in a few months In addition to removing pollutants from stormwater the LID devices reduce the amount of runoff discharged into the American River preventing erosion and replenishing campus groundwater supplies for irrigation The primary goals of the Center for STEM Excellence are to strengthen the quality of STEM education and research at Sacramento State and to increase the number of students graduating in STEM disciplines to meet local and national workforce needs For more on the University s STEM program visit www csus edu stem or call 916 278 2789 Dixie Reid Dixie Reid Visit The Newsroom News Staff Jeannie Wong Associate Vice President of University Communications Marketing 916 278 2067 jwong csus edu Elisa Smith Director of News Communications 916 278 4016 elisa smith csus edu Craig Koscho Assistant Director of News Services and Senior Writer 916 278 2970 ckoscho csus edu Dixie Reid Writer 916 278 3820 dixie reid csus edu Public Affairs Office 916

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/news/articles/2016/2/10/Next-STEM-Lecture-highlights-successful-stormwater-project.shtml (2016-02-12)
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    you apart as an outstanding leader and role model for this award foundation director Melinda D Patrician wrote in her letter of congratulations to Reginato The recommendations of your peers at Sacramento State and in the industry as well as your students were impressive testimony to the impact your work has had Mikael Anderson chair of Sacramento State s Construction Management Department added This could not have gone to a harder working more deserving faculty member Reginato will receive a cash award as well as two 2 500 scholarships for Sac State construction management students at the AGC s annual convention in March in San Antonio As is the case with most individual awards this is a team award Reginato says And it s another building block in Sacramento State s brand as one of the leading construction management programs in the United States The award highlights the virtuous cycle of quality instruction industry support and hardworking students who make our graduates some of the most sought after in the industry he says Dixie Reid Dixie Reid Visit The Newsroom News Staff Jeannie Wong Associate Vice President of University Communications Marketing 916 278 2067 jwong csus edu Elisa Smith Director of News Communications 916 278 4016 elisa smith csus edu Craig Koscho Assistant Director of News Services and Senior Writer 916 278 2970 ckoscho csus edu Dixie Reid Writer 916 278 3820 dixie reid csus edu Public Affairs Office 916 278 6156 Sacramento Hall 116 Full Staff Directory Public Affairs and Advocacy Home Media Resources Administration Briefing newsletter for faculty staff Sacramento State Leader University Experts Guide University Marketing News Archive February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 6 2010 5 2015 6 2008 5 2010 9

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    prize at the Young Concert Artists International Auditions and the Das Schubert Lied International Competition in Vienna Kalish is the resident pianist for the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center in New York The program includes Schubert s Schwanengesang Swan Song The popular Faculty Alumni and Friends Gala returns Thursday April 28 The evening begins with the winners of the A J and Susana Watson Chamber Music Competition The program also includes School of Music faculty flutist Laurel Zucker violinist Anna Presler violist Anna Kruger and cellist Andrew Luchansky Part of Sacramento State s Arts Experience the New Millennium Concert series is presented by the University s School of Music All concerts are at 7 30 p m in the Capistrano Concert Hall A fourth concert by violinist Sarah Chang and pianist Julio Elizalde already is sold out and interest is running strong for the remaining performances Scarlata concert tickets are 30 general 25 for seniors and 10 for students Remaining concerts are 20 general 15 for seniors and 5 for students Tickets are available at the University Ticket Office 916 278 4323 or www csus edu hornettickets For more information about the series or Sacramento State s School of Music visit the school s website or call 916 278 5191 Craig Koscho Craig Koscho Visit The Newsroom News Staff Jeannie Wong Associate Vice President of University Communications Marketing 916 278 2067 jwong csus edu Elisa Smith Director of News Communications 916 278 4016 elisa smith csus edu Craig Koscho Assistant Director of News Services and Senior Writer 916 278 2970 ckoscho csus edu Dixie Reid Writer 916 278 3820 dixie reid csus edu Public Affairs Office 916 278 6156 Sacramento Hall 116 Full Staff Directory Public Affairs and Advocacy Home Media Resources Administration Briefing newsletter for faculty staff Sacramento

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    panel discussion Wednesday Feb 10 A lecture by Jennicet Gutiérrez a transgender Latina activist and organizer from Mexico Gutiérrez is best known for revealing the plight of transgender women in immigration detention centers The presentation will take place 3 to 4 15 p m at the University Union Foothill Suite Friday Feb 19 Hysteria Racism Politics Parallels Between the WWII Japanese American Internment and Attitudes Toward the Muslim Community Congresswoman Doris Matsui will be the keynote speaker on the need for political leadership at this forum that will examine the similarities between present day anti Muslim rhetoric and a dark period in U S history 70 years ago A Q A with Congresswoman Matsui will immediately follow as well as a panel discussion by community and campus leaders Scheduled panelists include Marielle Tsukamoto a retired teacher and principal from Elk Grove who is well known for her work in educating the public about the Japanese American experience and their forced incarceration during WWII Basim Elkarra executive director of the Council on American Islamic Relations in Sacramento and Ahlam Abdul Rahman a Sacramento State graduate student in the English Department The event will take place in the Harper Alumni Center with a reception from 4 to 5 p m the keynote address from 5 to 5 45 p m and the panel from 6 to 7 p m Thursday Feb 25 Maya Soetoro Ng President Obama s half sister will present a lecture followed by a Q A Soetoro Ng is the director of Community Outreach and Global Learning for the University of Hawaii s Spark M Matsunaga Institute for Peace Conflict Resolution She will speak about Leadership and Conflict Resolution 6 30 to 7 30 p m at the Leslie and Anita Harper Alumni Center Tuesday March 8 Cesar Chavez a movie about the union organizer s life and legacy will be screened at the University Union s Hinde Auditorium beginning at 5 p m Chavez was a co founder of the United Farm Workers and the movie showcases his passion and commitment to social justice Following the movie is a discussion led by Duane Campbell and Dolores Campbell co chairs of the UFW boycott committee in Sacramento Wednesday March 16 Yolo County Superior Court Judge Sonia Cortes will speak from 3 to 4 15 p m at the Terrace Suite of The WELL Judge Cortes will talk about her journey as the daughter of farm workers living in public housing to becoming the first Latina appointed to the Yolo County bench Monday May 2 Celebrating Diversity a daylong showcase of the many student clubs that celebrate cultural pride and awareness to make Sacramento State the welcoming campus it is The event will be held at the Library Quad and is sponsored by the ASI Diversity Work Team For more information about all the great programs and events at Sacramento State visit www csus edu For media assistance call the University s Public Affairs office at 916 278 6156 Craig

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    female portraits such as the Mona Lisa and created Noh masks of them constructing three dimensional faces for these women and bringing about a new understanding of them as more than just images By doing this the physical presence of the real person returns so we feel we are looking at the real Mona Lisa or at least her ghost says guest curator Kendall H Brown Conceptually this exhibit connects cultures across time and space so that icons from European culture come alive in America of 2016 through the transformation of a Japanese art form Regular gallery hours are 10 a m to 5 p m Tuesday through Saturday During April s Festival of the Arts Yamaguchi will hold a workshop series at the gallery April 15 17 He will demonstrate the fine carving and chiseling techniques of the aged wood and the layering of paints required to make each mask The exhibit also will feature a lecture by Brown at 6 p m Wednesday April 13 a lecture by Yamaguchi and Brown at 2 p m Thursday April 14 and a lecture by Yamaguchi art collector and Sac State alumnus Steve McLeod at 2 p m Friday April 15 For more information visit the University Library Gallery s website or call 916 278 4189 Craig Koscho Craig Koscho Visit The Newsroom News Staff Jeannie Wong Associate Vice President of University Communications Marketing 916 278 2067 jwong csus edu Elisa Smith Director of News Communications 916 278 4016 elisa smith csus edu Craig Koscho Assistant Director of News Services and Senior Writer 916 278 2970 ckoscho csus edu Dixie Reid Writer 916 278 3820 dixie reid csus edu Public Affairs Office 916 278 6156 Sacramento Hall 116 Full Staff Directory Public Affairs and Advocacy Home Media Resources Administration Briefing newsletter

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/news/articles/2016/2/2/Sac-State-exhibit-brings-new-dimension-to-familiar-portraits.shtml (2016-02-12)
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    University Union Redwood Room Sponsored by the Cooper Woodson College Enhancement Program MLK Jr Center Week Kickoff Potluck noon to 1 30 p m Monday Feb 15 in Lassen Hall 2201 Sponsored by the Martin Luther King Jr Center Black Is Beautiful 7 15 to 9 15 p m Monday Feb 15 at the University Union Folsom Room Sponsored by Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc and the Martin Luther King Jr Center Black Graduate Student Panel 1 to 2 30 p m Tuesday Feb 16 at the University Union Hinde Auditorium Sponsored by the Martin Luther King Jr Center Diaspora in Motion Afro Caribbean Dance 7 to 9 p m Tuesday Feb 16 at The WELL Rubicon Studio Sponsored by the Martin Luther King Jr Center Re imagining Black Masculinity A Panel Discussion 6 30 p m Wednesday Feb 17 in Mendocino Hall 1003 Sponsored by the Martin Luther King Jr Center Black Jeopardy 7 15 to 10 p m Wednesday Feb 17 at the University Union Forest Suite Sponsored by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc and the Black Student Union Carter G Woodson lecture noon to 1 30 p m Thursday Feb 18 at the University Union Orchard Suite College Survival Health Tips 7 15 to 9 p m Thursday Feb 18 at the University Union Folsom Room Learn how to improve health and wellness as a college student Sponsored by Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc Panther 1995 5 p m Thursday Feb 18 at the Multi Cultural Center Mario Van Peebles directed this dramatized account of the legendary Black Panther Party Sponsored by the Martin Luther King Jr Center Ancestral Voices the Sacramento Black Art of Dance S BAD spring concert which honors the special ancestors who influenced the eight choreographers and 36 dancers Performances are at 6 30 p m Feb 18 Feb 24 25 8 p m Feb 19 Feb 20 and Feb 26 27 and 2 p m Feb 21 and Feb 28 all in Solano Hall 1010 Dancespace Admission is 5 12 Purchase tickets at www csus edu hornettickets or 916 278 4323 For more information call 916 278 6368 Equity and Diversity Symposium Forum noon to 1 p m Monday Feb 22 at the University Union Ballroom The theme is Race and You Unifying Ourselves to Achieve the Common Good Sponsored by the Martin Luther King Jr Center J THE SAINT FRIENDS gospel jam noon to 1 p m Wednesday Feb 24 at the University Union Redwood Room Sponsored by UNIQUE Programs Maya Soetoro Ng President Obama s half sister speaking on Leadership and Conflict Resolution 6 30 to 7 30 p m Thursday Feb 25 at the Leslie Anita Harper Alumni Center Sponsored by the College of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies and the Cooper Woodson College Enhancement Program Honoring Africa 6 to 8 p m Friday Feb 26 at the University Union Foothill Suite Sponsored by the African Student Association Super Sunday Sunday Feb 28 Super Sunday is a part of

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