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  • Assessment Home
    of this page Our new strategy is department centric and will be aligned with each department s strategic plan In 2014 Sacramento State developed a new strategic plan Each department in Student Affairs is currently working on creating or updating a strategic plan that is aligned wit h the university s strategic goals and initiatives as outlined in our new strategic plan In support of this effort the leadership in Student Affairs decided to take a different approach to department assessments focusing them on department level strategic initiatives being developed Staff are being encouraged to be creative and develop assessments qualitative or quantitative that measure outcomes for the strategic programs services or operational activities outlined in their department strategic plan The department strategic plans and assessments will be available in the future via the links below As the plans are completed the individual links below will become active I hope you will find the information provided informative and useful Your suggestions and feedback are always welcome Please feel free to email me at emills csus edu with your questions or comments Thank You Links to Department Strategic Planning and Assessment Academic Advising Admissions and Outreach Associated Students Inc Career Services

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  • Staff Directory
    Jennifer Barber Assistant Vice President Alumni Relations and Annual Giving 916 278 6295 jbarber csus edu Shanté Johnson Annual Fund Analyst 916 278 4354 sjohnson csus edu Josepha Muyango Business Officer Accountant 916 278 7118 m muyango csus edu Renée Siden Manager Harper Alumni Center Events 916 278 7809 alumnicenter csus edu Kimberly Showalter Annual Fund Associate 916 278 2479 kimberly showalter csus edu Elisa Trimboli Chapters and Clubs Manager 916 278 3861 elisa trimboli csus edu Vacant Alumni Communications Associate 916 278 3862 Vacant Alumni Relations and Annual Giving Associate 916 278 4723 Vacant Membership Services Assistant 916 278 3797 COMMENCEMENT ZIP 6026 Commencement 916 278 4724 commencement csus edu UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT ZIP 6030 Tracy F Latino Newman Associate Vice President 916 278 2835 tracy newman csus edu Ryan Artis Advancement Services Associate 916 278 2454 ryan artis csus edu Tess Dyer Development Associate 916 278 5184 tdyer csus edu Jacqueline Ervin Director of Development 916 278 2453 ervin csus edu Sue Garcia Director of Advancement Services and Operations 916 278 5096 garcias csus edu Kevin J Gonzalez Director of Major and Planned Gifts 916 278 6290 kevin gonzalez csus edu Laurie MacIntosh Director of Development 916 278 2577 laurie macintosh csus edu Hannah Kook Prospect Research Analyst 916 278 3885 hkook csus edu Jackie Morris Henderson Stewardship Coordinator 916 278 6931 jackie csus edu Judy Nagai Campaign Director 916 278 4606 judy nagai csus edu Maurya Perazzo Development Associate 916 278 4079 mperazzo csus edu John Power Director of Development 916 278 2452 jpower csus edu Suzette Riddle Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations 916 278 3533 riddle csus edu Marisa Rollin Financial Gift Steward 916 278 7735 mrollin csus edu Kenneth J Soto Development Associate 916 278 3549 kjsoto csus edu Vacant Development Associate 916 278 3922

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  • Office of the Vice President
    President Vince A Sales participates fully in established campus based processes that lead to the formation and implementation of overall policies and programs for the University Specifically University Advancement seeks to Inform the people of California and elsewhere of the educational opportunities at Sacramento State Develop increased public awareness understanding and support for the programs goals and objectives of the University Contribute to a sense of community among Sacramento State faculty students and staff Encourage all segments of the campus community to become involved in the broader community Promote the participation of alumni and donors throughout Northern California in the activities of the University Develop campuswide and academic unit fundraising programs that will result in increased voluntary contributions to the University Establish broad based and academic unit alumni programs with a primary objective of involving alumni in securing the purposes of the University Facilitate the development of campuswide and academic unit publications that convey a quality image of the University Utilize a program of campuswide special events and public ceremonies to advance the interests of the University Vince A Sales Vice President University Advancement Vince currently serves as vice president for University Advancement at California State University Sacramento In this capacity he oversees fund development advancement communications and stewardship and alumni relations He was appointed to the position after working as associate vice president for development As vice president for University Advancement he also serves an executive officer for The University Foundation at Sacramento State Previously Vince worked for Stanford University as director of development Asia Pacific which allowed him to work with major and principal gift donors in the region He also has held development positions at San Francisco State University including campaign director director of development major and planned gifts and director of development corporations and foundations In

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  • Advancement Communications and Stewardship - Sacramento State
    UTAPS Sacramento State Brand Center University Policy Manual Webmail Sacramento State My Sac State Go My Sac State Quick Links Jobs Find A Person or Department Faculty Webpages A Z Index Contact Event Calendar Academic Calendars About Colleges Majors Arts Letters Business Administration Continuing Education Education Engineering Computer Science Health Human Services Natural Sciences Mathematics Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Studies Academic Departments Student Life Admissions Undergraduate Graduate Financial Aid for Future Students Athletics Make a Gift Toggle navigation University Advancement Home Staff Directory Sac State Magazine Advancement Communications and Stewardship Advancement Communications and Stewardship The Office of Advancement Communications and Stewardship plans creates and manages comprehensive external and internal communications and strategies and the materials and programs relevant to those strategies in support of Sacramento State s advancement efforts with alumni donors prospective donors the campus community and friends The department s goal is to formulate articulate and implement a cohesive vision for messaging and communication that will be shared by all Advancement departments and enable the division to meet its alumni engagement fundraising and participation goals to instill pride and encourage investment in Sacramento State Advancement Communications and Stewardship supports the divisions within University Advancement through a variety of programs include donor relations message development design services photography and publications including the University s flagship publication Sac State Magazine Staff Directory LORI BACHAND Associate Vice President lbachand csus edu P 916 278 2142 MADONNA BARLOW Operations Analyst mkbarlow csus edu P 916 278 3998 SAM CHURICH 14 Writer Development Communications Specialist schurich csus edu P 916 278 2609 ANITA FITZHUGH Senior Writer Communications Specialist fitzhugh csus edu P 916 278 2612 SHARI GONZALES Donor Relations Coordinator gonzales csus edu P 916 278 4740 MIKE GROVER Visual Communications Specialist michael grover csus edu P 916 278 3997 LAURIE HALL Director laurie

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  • Giving Tuesday Home
    supporting Sac State students and programs with your tax deductible gift See how your support could help read more about Giving Tuesday An attitude of gratitude Sac State students thank you for your support They re getting in on Giving Tuesday through the Hornet Pride Challenge a student led effort to promote giving back to Sac State This also includes raising money for our Student Emergency Grant Fund read more about An attitude of gratitude Join Giving Tuesday at Sacramento State Watch our video Want to know more Join our Facebook event Follow us on Twitter Use the hashtag Give2SacState on Dec 1 Hear from our donors Visit our FAQ page Check out our toolkit page Giving Tuesday at Sacramento State is Dec 1 2015 Sacramento State has joined the Giving Tuesday national effort to transform how people think about talk about and participate in the giving season Coinciding with the Thanksgiving holiday and the kickoff to the holiday shopping season the goal of Giving Tuesday is for the Sacramento State community to take collaborative action to improve their University by giving back to help create a better campus Taking place Dec 1 2015 the Tuesday after Thanksgiving Giving Tuesday will harness the power of social media to create a national day dedicated to giving similar to how Black Friday and Cyber Monday have become days that are synonymous with holiday shopping Make a difference in your Hornet community by making a gift between noon on Nov 30 and midnight Dec 1 What Could My Gift Support Your Giving Tuesday gift supports any college department or program of your choice Every dollar helps Make Your Gift Twice as Nice The University Foundation at Sacramento State is again issuing a challenge to all first time donors recent graduates students faculty and

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  • State Sacramento Spring 2006 Sac State Online Magazine
    up the original staff Hinde oversaw operations of the facility with the same intensity as he oversaw its construction Don always carried notecards in his pocket says Schiffers He d walk around the Union writing things down like Replace this light bulb here or Fix this leaky faucet there It seemed like I d get hundreds of these little yellow cards a week In 1978 Schiffers recruited 20 student volunteers and started the Union Network for Innovative Quality University Entertainment known on campus as UNIQUE to bring in outside acts The A Night with series was UNIQUE s initial offering booking entertainers like Harry Anderson Dana Carvey and Ellen Degeneres early in their careers We never paid any of those people more than 150 says Schiffers Comedy s low price tag led to regular offerings The Redwood Room was transformed into the Starlight Comedy Café complete with intimate tables and candlelight making it the first comedy club in Sacramento according to Schiffers Through the 80s the Union hosted prominent personalities such as Alex Haley G Gordon Liddy Maya Angelou Jesse Jackson and Geraldine Ferraro Hypnotist Tom Deluca made the first of his nowannual appearances in 1980 Funding for many lectures came from the campus cultural affairs budget so speakers came from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds As the campus grew the need for a larger Union was felt The facility s South Lawn was often pressed into service to host large events but with no electrical power or permanent stage it was a makeshift solution A push was started to fund expansion leading to the passage of a student referendum to pay for upgrades in 1991 Construction began the next year on a minor expansion but real changes happened in 1998 The facility more than doubled in size to its current 183 000 square feet in 98 adding a new lobby an auditorium named for Hinde the Ballroom and other improvements The addition of the Ballroom was huge It was really the cornerstone of the whole expansion says Union Assistant Director of Operations Donald Tucker With the capacity for 1 700 it became the premier venue of the facility The Hornet s Nest was updated and the rap room became a computer lab Food long a fixture of the Union was improved as well When I first got here we had a cafeteria serving mashed potatoes and meatloaf Tucker says Change for the better came when relationships were established with outside vendors restaurants like Gordito Burrito and Burger King that brought variety Java City took over coffee operations in the former ice cream parlor and in 2000 Round Table began serving pizza in the Hive There s also one of two campus Asian food outlets operated by Sacramento s own Fat family Now a modern large facility the Union has been able to host bands from Greg Kihn to They Might Be Giants speakers like Molly Ivins and the highest profile events to date the California gubernatorial recall debate in

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  • Food Pantry
    task of juggling costs of basic groceries and toiletries tuition fees and books The ASI Food Pantry provides food and basic necessities to Sac State students to lessen the burden food insecurities have on their education One in 10 hungry adults seeking emergency food assistance is a student In addition to helping subsidize an essential food or toiletry need the primary goal is to ensure our students are not worried about those issues while focused on their educational goals says Brown Ultimately that s what it s about During his time as vice president of finance for ASI Michael Bloss II 15 Entrepreneurship and General Management was an integral player in turning the food pantry from an idea to reality He understands the importance a food pantry can hold for those in need My family and I used the services from a local community food pantry in the past says Bloss I had the personal connection of dealing with hardships So I thought it would be great to have a centralized and localized pantry on our campus The food pantry also serves as a tangible example that Sac State takes care of its own We wanted to make sure this effort was centered on community Brown says That we could send a message that this is for the Sac State community by the Sac State community Brown says all those involved with the program are identifying ways the local and campus community can volunteer through inventory assistance stocking shelves or participation at food solicitation events all designed to make sure the program is a success and students are supported Not far removed from his days as a student Bloss says the pantry and the efforts behind it will be comforting for students It s like that saying teamwork makes the

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  • University Advancement News Archives - Sacramento State
    Hall This weekend s Winter Commencement ceremonies will be filled with pomp circumstance and a few fresh twists President Robert S Nelsen will mark his first Sac State ceremonies by shaking the hand of each graduate who crosses the Commencement stage The University will also live stream the Friday and Saturday Dec 18 and 19 ceremonies from Sleep Train Arena viewable through a link at the Commencement website For more on Winter Commencement including a complete schedule visit the Commencement website or see our news release And be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter Raley Teel to receive honorary doctorate December 16 2015 by Laurie Hall Congratulations to Joyce Raley Teel recipient of an honorary doctorate from Sac State and the California State University system Mrs Teel daughter of Raley s Family of Fine Stores founder Thomas Raley will be awarded an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree at this Saturday s College of Business Administration Commencement She and her husband alumnus James Teel 53 Business Administration co chair the Thomas Raley Foundation ICYMI Fridays December 11 2015 by Anita Fitzhugh Winter Commencement 2015 is just a week away and students are gearing up for their celebratory walk across stage as they enter a new chapter of life At Sacramento State the age old tradition of caps and gowns recently took on some modern twists as students took time to decorate their caps at an event hosted by the Alumni Association We look forward to seeing all the customized caps at Commencement Good luck grads In addition fall is one of the most colorful times of year on campus Enjoy some of the scenery with these beauty shots by our photographer Andrea Price Alumna s bakery success leads to new location December 10 2015 by Sam Churich Tapping into the gluten free market is paying dividends for Olga Turner 09 Business Administration Finance She and her husband Danny are expanding their Pushkin s bakery which offers gluten free treats ranging from muffins to cupcakes to sandwiches Their new location will be 3 000 square feet compared to their current 692 square foot space Click here for more details We featured Olga in our Fall 2014 issue of Sac State Magazine Take a look Read More ICYMI Fridays Decemeber 4 2015 by Sam Churich The past two weeks have seen a number of great events at Sac State Take a look at photos from a few of them Alumni Chapter Holiday Mixer Men s Basketball vs U C Davis Power of 1 000 Hornets stewardship event Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with all the happenings in University Advancement Enjoy the weekend Hornets Alumni Newsmaker Justin Knighten Dec 3 2015 by Laurie Hall Did you catch alumnus Justin Knighten s op ed in Sunday s Sacramento Bee In it Knighten 08 Public Relations shared his views on the role of millennials can play in shaping the future of Capital City and California We are particularly HornetProud because in addition to his day job as a vice president with Lucas Public Relations and work with numerous charitable organizations Knighten is active in Hornet Politics and Policy Chapter of the Alumni Association helping launch its What s Possible series in conjunction with California Forward and the League of California Cities He also serves on the Sac State Magazine advisory board Read More Giving Tuesday sets record December 2 2015 by Sam Churich Our third year participating in the national GivingTuesday campaign was the best yet We re so HornetProud of our alumni faculty staff student and community donors who gave in support of our students Together we met our 75 000 goal in only 36 hours Thank you so much Make your Giving Tuesday gift today or tomorrow November 30 2015 by Laurie Hall There is a day for giving thanks and two days for getting deals Now we have GivingTuesday a global day of giving back Starting at noon Monday Nov 30 through 11 59 p m Tuesday Dec 1 you can be part of GivingTuesday by making a gift to your favorite Sac State college or program Gifts from faculty staff students first time donors and recent graduates will be matched up to 100 by the University Foundation at Sacramento State Make your GivingTuesday gift now Check out our Giving Tuesday video Share your support on social media using Give2SacState ICYMI Fridays Special Wednesday Edition November 25 2015 by Laurie Hall The campus hosted three big annual events this week Endowment Breakfast The University Foundation at Sacramento State s yearly report to our donors featured a surprise 75 000 donation from Wells Fargo Causeway Classic Despite the results we were HornetProud at the 62nd Hornet Aggie matchup Rock Auction It was rock hound heaven at the fundraiser for Sac State s Geology Club For more images from campus events visit our gallery ICYMI Fridays will return next week on its regular schedule Sac State Torchlight now online November 25 2015 by Laurie Hall Find out how your gifts are making an impact at Sac State in the Fall 2015 Special Edition of Sac State Torchlight This special edition includes the 2014 15 Annual Report of Giving and Honor Roll of Donors You ll learn how students are helping fellow students in need through the Student Emergency Grant Fund see how efforts to build a new Event Center got big boost from a 750 000 gift commitment and find out how peer support programs help students stay on track for graduation All that plus the Retirees Association scholarship program five ways your company can connect with the campus a look at the year in fundraising and more Read More ICYMI Fridays November 20 2015 by Sam Churich We continue to have a busy semester at Sac State Follow the links below for images from a couple more events from the past few weeks Grad Fest SAFE Credit Union Veteran s Breakfast Also check out

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