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  • News
    great advice on success from first year student Sana Araki MakingItHappenAtSacState And for fun photos from the first week of the semester http on fb me 1PypNfa Rob Neep 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 1998 5 2010 Keep Up With Sac State And Tell Us Your Stories The Office of Public Affairs and Advocacy shares news and information about the University You can subscribe to our news releases and to the Sacramento State Leader our weekly e newsletter And we invite you

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  • News
    and Francis Poulenc and will feature this year s A J and Susana Watson Chamber Music Competition prize winners as the opening act The concert by violinist Sarah Chang and pianist Julio Elizalde is sold out All concerts will be at 7 30 p m in the Capistrano Concert Hall Tickets for the Scarlata concert are 30 general 25 for seniors and 10 for students The remaining concerts are 20 general 15 for seniors and 5 for students A subscription for all four concerts is available for 70 a savings of 30 A special senior subscription is 50 The Piano Series will continues Saturday March 5 with a performance by Richard Dowling He will perform works by Beethoven Debussy Scott Joplin Chopin and more Dowling has presented recitals in the Far East Australia Africa and Europe including a six concert tour of France Misuzu Tanaka will conclude the series on Saturday April 16 An avid performer of works by Bach and Leos Janacek Tanaka has been described as performing with both dizzying speed and sensitivity She has performed internationally including a special recital for former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice Both concerts will be at 7 30 p m at the Capistrano Concert Hall Tickets are 20 general and 15 for seniors and students World Music will also continue with South Indian vocalist Sikkil C Gurucharan performing on Saturday Feb 27 Gurucharan is an All India Radio artist and has been designated one of 35 Game Changers Under 35 in India by India Today Violinist M Narmadha will perform Sunday April 10 She is a career gold medalist and top grade artiste of All India Radio and is the most sought after violin soloist in Carnatic and Hindustani music traditions Both concerts will be at 7 p m at the Capistrano Concert Hall Tickets are 15 general 12 for seniors and 8 for students Tandem Duo will perform as a special guest at 7 30 p m Wednesday April 20 in Capistrano 151 Comprising violinist Sarah Off and marimba percussionist Marilyn Clark Silva the duo performs original and commissioned music as well as established works The two musicians strive to fit the repertoire to the specific audience while expanding the sonic experience for concertgoers Tickets are 10 general 7 for seniors and 5 for students The School of Music s talented faculty will be featured in two concerts Professor Lorna Peters will perform on harpsichord joined by violinist Jubal Fulks as the duo Corde à Vide at 7 p m Wednesday March 16 Their program includes works by Bach Telemann Couperin and Biber Piano instructor Kirsten Smith will perform with her brother cellist Brinton Smith at 8 p m Thursday May 12 They will perform works by Beethoven Brahms Debussy de Falla and Gershwin Both concerts are in Capistrano Hall 151 Tickets are 10 general 7 for seniors and 5 for students An array of musical offerings will be presented by the school s students The Opera Theatre program will present Ill Matrimonio Segreto The Secret Marriage by Domenico Cimarosa This popular comic opera tells the tale of the secretly married Carolina and Paolino who must now contend with Count Robinson who is infatuated with Carolina It will be performed in Italian with English supertitles projected above the stage Performances are at 8 p m May 5 6 and 2 p m May 8 All performances will be on the University Theatre main stage in Shasta Hall Tickets are 15 general 12 for seniors and 8 for students Opera Theatre also will bring back the popular Opera For Lunch Bring your own lunch to Capistrano Hall 143 at noon Friday May 13 and enjoy the free operetta Bastien and Bastienne The School of Music s Men s Chorus and Women s Chorus will get together Saturday March 12 for the popular Choralfest spring concert with guest choirs from Antelope and Folsom high schools and John Adams Academy The Men s Women s and University choruses will gather again Saturday May 7 Both concerts are at 8 p m at Sacred Heart Church 39 th and J streets Tickets are 10 general 7 seniors and 5 students Jazz will come to campus Saturday Feb 13 when the School of Music once again hosts the Traditional Jazz Youth Band Festival a daylong event in which local young musicians can perform noncompetitively in small combos There will be continual performances from 8 a m to 6 45 p m at Capistrano Hall with a special 7 p m concert featuring jazz great Wycliffe Gordon The cost is 12 at the door general free for students with ID The school s own Jazz Ensembles will perform Thursday March 3 and will welcome the Pleasant Grove High School Jazz Ensemble as a special guest The Ensembles will perform again Thursday April 21 with guest performer the Rio Americano High School Jazz Ensemble Both concerts will be at 8 p m at the Capistrano Concert Hall The Vocal Jazz Ensembles will then take the Concert Hall stage at 7 p m Friday May 13 Music with a seasoning of Afro Cuban influences will be heard when the Latin Jazz Ensemble performs at 8 p m Tuesday March 29 in the Capistrano Concert Hall Tickets for all Ensembles concerts are 10 general 7 seniors and 5 students Retiring Professor Robert Halseth will begins his final semester at Sacramento State by leading the Symphonic Wind Ensemble in concert on Monday Feb 29 The Ensemble also will perform Saturday April 9 and in a combined concert with the Concert Band on Wednesday May 11 The Concert Band will take the stage on its own Wednesday March 2 All three concerts will be at 7 30 p m at Capistrano Concert Hall Tickets are 10 general 7 seniors and 5 students Experience great classical music when the Symphony Orchestra performs March 15 and May 10 Both concerts will be at 8 p m at the Capistrano Concert Hall Tickets are

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  • News
    team at the UC Davis Institute for Regenerative Cures in Sacramento This grant continues the program which was created and initially funded seven years ago It extends our capability to provide the paid internships at UC Davis for the students in that program says Jane Bruner associate dean for Sac State s College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics And there s yet another Hornet connection UC Davis Stem Cell Program Director Jan Nolta got her bachelor s degree at Sac State in 1984 Jan Nolta is a Sac State alum as am I so we enjoy collaborating on things for our students Bruner says Ten students are admitted to the program each year Because this is a 20 month track their sessions overlap This program will expand the pipeline of stem cell researchers needed to accelerate the application of stem cell biology to clinical use and improve health care for patients and communities in California Bruner says CIRM was launched in 2004 and now has 3 billion in funding and supports about 300 active stem cell programs For more information about CIRM visit www cirm ca gov More information about Sacramento State s program visit www csus edu nsm academic 20programs programs psm html or call 916 278 7391 Craig Koscho In the media CSUS to train stem cell researchers with 2 5 million grant The Sacramento Bee 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

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  • About Us
    278 5772 Physical Address Sierra Hall 6000 J Street Mailing Address Housing and Residential Life 6000 J Street Sierra Hall Sacramento CA 95819 6067 About Us CONTACT US Telephone 916 278 6655 Fax 916 278 5772 Housing Hours Monday Friday 8 00 a m 5 00 p m Tours Monday Friday 10 45 a m and 2 15 p m E mail housing csus edu Office Mailing Address and Location 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 6067 Website www csus edu housing Welcome to Housing and Residential Life Why Choose to Live on Campus Transition to on campus university life can be challenging To make sure students getting the most out of their experience at Sacramento State we offer many support services Just as classrooms provide academic lessons the residence halls provide life lessons While living on campus residents will be faced with many opportunities to learn more about the world around them These opportunities may sometimes seem overwhelming or difficult but by taking full advantage of the opportunities they can expand their horizons and learn more about themselves and bridge the gap into the real world Sacramento State s 6 residence halls are more than just buildings They house over 1600 students from all backgrounds and cultures Not only are the residence halls a great place to meet people they also offer unique opportunities to get involved with campus life Some other reasons to live on campus include Excel Academically National studies show that residents living on campus are more likely to persist and graduate and are more satisfied with their college experience Get Connected Residents are more likely to be involved in campus activities and interact more frequently with faculty and other students Receive Support Interact with dedicated professional staff living in the halls trained to help them

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  • Mission and Goals
    m 5 00 p m Email housing csus edu Tele 916 278 6655 Fax 916 278 5772 Physical Address Sierra Hall 6000 J Street Mailing Address Housing and Residential Life 6000 J Street Sierra Hall Sacramento CA 95819 6067 Mission and Goals Housing and Residential Life Mission and Goals Offering various and diverse living and learning experiences the Housing and Residential Life Office is an integral part of the educational mission of Sacramento State As such the office strives to create a welcoming and stimulating environment that prompts students to participate in co curricular activities which promote life and leadership skills social responsibility and academic success GOALS Provide affordable comfortable clean and well maintained facilities supporting students toward their curricular and co curricular goals Create opportunities for students to develop life and leadership skills while fostering the values of civility global citizenship and social responsibility Utilize efficient cost effective administrative and fiscal management Build an environment that promotes understanding and nurtures and celebrates the value of human difference Offer technology services and products that support student learning and staff work environments HOUSING AND RESIDENTIAL LIFE STAFF Housing and Residential Life is committed to carrying out the mission and goals of the department The Housing and Residential Life program is divided into the following areas Housing Residential Life Facilities Operations Conference Services and Administrative Operations Dining Commons staff is employed by a campus partner University Enterprises Inc The administrative offices for Housing and Residential Life are located in Sierra Hall Dining Commons staff offices are located in the Dining Commons Executive DIRECTOR OF HOUSING AND RESIDENTIAL LIFE The Executive Director is the chief administrator responsible for the overall direction coordination and leadership of on campus housing programs Residents may schedule an appointment to meet with the Executive Director in the Housing

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  • Strategic Initiatives
    our customers and in the quality of our programs Integrity Conducting the Housing and Residential Life operation in an honest ethical and trustworthily manner Leading with courage accountability positive role modeling Respect Providing our highest regard for the worth and rights of others including respect for their ideas values and contributions DASHBOARD Housing and Residential Life is a non general fund self support program 1 700 on campus beds housing a mix of first year through graduate school students 43 full time employees 44 paraprofessional staff approximately 100 student assistants Operating budget of 12 5 million First Year Experience Program and Residential Theme Floors Faculty Mentor Program Full Summer Conference Program Phase II 416 bed residence hall scheduled to open in fall 2017 ASSESSMENT ACTIVITIES Goal 1 Enhance Student Learning and Success Strategies and Indicators of Achievement Increase the persistence rate to the second year for first time students living on campus and first time students on Academic Probation In order to do this HRL will meet with the Academic Advising Center to come up with 2 3 strategies for fall 2015 directed at increasing the persistence rate HRL Academic Advising Center will use 2014 15 persistence rate as a baseline Increase the average cumulative GPA for first time students living on campus and first time students on Academic Probation at the end of their first year In order to do this HRL will meet with the Academic Advising Center during the fall 2015 semester to develop at least two academically themed programs per semester with learning outcomes HRL will use 2014 15 GPAs as a baseline Strengthen the experience for students living in the housing theme communities In order to do this HR will develop at least two learning outcomes specific to each of Housing s theme communities in collaboration with the WELL Health and Wellness Community SO L Service and Leadership Community Center for Diversity and Inclusion Global Awareness Social Justice community by September 4 2015 Goal 2 Commit to Engaging the Community by Building Enduring Partnerships to Strengthen and Enrich the Region Strategy and Indicator of Achievement Increase the number of housing residents participating in the campus community Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 Great American River Clean Up by 25 using FY 2014 15 numbers as a baseline In order to do this the program coordinator for the River Clean Up will meet with the residence life staff in advance to discuss the program and come up with initiatives to get student buy in Goal 3 Engage Students in a Comprehensive University Experience Strategies and Indicators of Achievement Student Assistants working in HRL will increase their leadership abilities including knowledge of diversity and social justice concepts after working in the department after one year In order to do this HRL will develop a student assistant training program along with a pretest posttest during the 2015 16 academic year with a launch date of fall 2016 Identify a faculty member who will teach and hold office hours in

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  • Maps and Directions
    Vice President for Student Affairs Contact Us Housing Hours Monday Friday 8 0 0 a m 5 00 p m Email housing csus edu Tele 916 278 6655 Fax 916 278 5772 Physical Address Sierra Hall 6000 J Street Mailing Address Housing and Residential Life 6000 J Street Sierra Hall Sacramento CA 95819 6067 Maps and Directions Residence Hall Map Campus Map Directions OTHER TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS Regional Transit Bus or Light Rail Sacramento Regional Transit 916 321 BUSS 2877 Taxi Service Yellow Cab Co of Sacramento 916 444 2222 Checker Cab Dispatch Inc 916 443 3333 Blondie s Taxi 916 481 8111 BC Cab 916 338 1212 California Co op Cab Inc 916 444 7777 or 916 373 7440 Safe Rides Safe Rides is an Associated Students Inc program that provides free safe and confidential rides home to the students staff and faculty of Sac State Safe Rides operates from September through May on Wednesday Thursday Friday and Saturday nights from 10 p m to 2 a m All that is needed is a valid One Card and a call to 916 278 TAXI Airport Shuttle Super Shuttle 800 258 3826 Sacramento International Airport Website http sacramento aero smf University

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  • Staff Directory
    95819 6067 SIERRA HALL Senior Associate Director Residential Life 278 6655 Aja Homes 278 5772 95819 6067 SIERRA HALL Assistant Director of Project Development Procurement 278 6655 Angela Wiere 278 5772 95819 6067 AMERICAN RIVER COURTYARD Budget Analyst 278 6655 Jana Hansen 278 5772 95819 6067 AMERICAN RIVER COURTYARD HOUSING OPERATIONS Title or Department Phone E mail Fax Mail Location Assistant Director for Housing Operations 278 6655 Peggy Luers 278 5772 95819 6067 SIERRA HALL Housing IT Project Manager 278 6655 Thai Mai 278 5772 95819 6067 SIERRA HALL Conference Coordinator Marketing 278 4982 Joe Loera 278 2171 95819 6067 AMERICAN RIVER COURTYARD Housing Assignments Coordinator 278 6655 Yolonda Blackshire 278 5772 95819 6067 SIERRA HALL Administrative Assistant 278 6655 Shene Ogbe 278 5772 95819 6067 SIERRA HALL Administrative Support Coordinator 278 6655 Luis Gomez 278 5772 95819 6067 SIERRA HALL RESIDENTIAL LIFE Title or Department Phone E mail Fax Mail Location Assistant Director Programming Training and Academic Success 278 6655 Chad Disharoon 278 5772 95819 6067 SIERRA HALL Coordinator of Residence Hall Conduct 278 6655 Mindy Rouillard 278 5772 95819 6067 SIERRA HALL Residence Life Coordinator AMC 278 2173 Nicole Zauner 278 5772 95819 6067 AMERICAN RIVER COURTYARD Residence Life Coordinator Desmond 278 5419 Uvette Vernon 278 5772 95819 6067 DESMOND HALL Residence Life Coordinator Draper 278 5360 Jenna Wright 278 5772 95819 6067 DRAPER HALL Residence Life Coordinator Sutter 278 4694 DJ Walch 278 5772 95819 6067 SUTTER HALL Residence Life Coordinator Sierra 278 5352 Raul Mendoza 278 5772 95819 6067 SIERRA HALL Residence Life Coordinator Jenkins 278 5351 Melynda Diedrich Otto 278 5772 95819 6067 JENKINS HALL Graduate Student Assistant AMC 278 2201 Daniel Godinez 278 5772 95819 6067 AMERICAN RIVER COURTYARD Programming Graduate Student Assistant 278 6655 Billy Wagner 278 5772 95819 6067 SIERRA HALL FACILITIES

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