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  • Completed Faculty Research Fellows Reports - Center for California Studies at Sacramento State - Leadership begins here.
    California Labor History Project Cartography Web Site Design Part 1 David Fuller CSU Northridge 2003 Note the project was part of the larger California Labor History Project sponsored by the California State Library See http calpedia sfsu edu calabor for more information 55 The California Labor History Project Cartography Web Site Design Part David Fuller CSU Northridge 2003 Note the project was part of the larger California Labor History Project sponsored by the California State Library See http calpedia sfsu edu calabor for more information 54 Distribution of State Transportation Funding November 2003 Adrian R Fleissig Ph D William Gayk Ph D California State University Fullerton 53 The Impact of Redevelopment on Small Business January 2003 Adrian R Fleissig Ph D William Gayk Ph D California State University Fullerton 52 An Accountability Framework for California Higher Education Informing Public Policy and Improving Outcomes November 2002 Nancy Shulock and Colleen Moore CSU Sacramento 51 The Impact of Redevelopment on Low Income People October 2002 Adrian R Fleissig Ph D William Gayk Ph D California State University Fullerton 50 Demand for Social Workers in California April 2002 Eileen Mayers Pasztor DSW Michelle Saint Germain Ph D and Teresa DeCrescenzo MSW California State University Long Beach 49 Factors Impacting Availability of Emergency Department On Call Coverage in California December 2001 Grace J Yoo Ph D MPH Carol Dawson Rose RN Ph D and Y Jason Chang M S San Francisco State University 48 An Analysis of Regional Revenue Restructuring Proposals November 2001 Robert Wassmer CSU Sacramento Matt Newman and Eric Hays California Institute for County Governent 47 The Region is the Frontier Frameworks Goals and Mechanisms for Collaborative Regional Decision Making in Twenty first Century California October 2001 Richard T LeGates MCP JD San Francisco State University 46 The Region is the Frontier Background October 2001 Richard LeGates San Francisco State University 45 An Inventory Study of the State of California s Land Holding June 2001 George Jouganatos and Reginald Goodfellow CSU Sacramento 44 The Connection between Local Government Finance and the Generation of Urban Sprawl in California May 2001 Rob Wassmer CSU Sacramento 43 The Determination of Thresholds of Environmental Significance in the Application of the California Environmental Quality Act CEQA March 2001 Owen Seiver and Thomas Hatfield CSU Northridge 42 Further Concerns Regarding the Low Income Housing Crisis in California April 2001 Radha Bhattacharya CSU Fullerton 41 Contingent Workers and Alternative Employment Arrangements Evidence from the State of California March 2001 Alejandra Cox Edwards and Lisa M Grobar CSU Long Beach 40 The Prospects for County Charter Reform in California March 2001 Raphael Sonenshein CSU Fullerton 39 Foster Parents and the Home Environment One Way to Assess the Quality of Foster Care Placements February 2001 Maureen C Smith CSU San Jose 38 Drawing Lessons from Regional Successes New Regionalism and the Prospect for Regional Cooperation in California January 2001 Robert J Waste CSU Sacramento 37 Evaluation of California s State Level Data Systems for Incarcerated Youth January 2001 John L Worrall

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/calst/completed_faculty_research_reports.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Visiting Scholar Program - Center for California Studies at Sacramento State - Leadership begins here.
    Data Archive Conference and Programs Envisioning California Conference Civic Education and Leadership Opportunities LSMI Judicial Administration Graduate Certificate Panetta Institute Congressional Internship Sacramento Semester Research Government Affairs selected Faculty Research Fellows Program selected Current and In progress RFPs Completed Faculty Research Fellows Reports Guidelines for Report Submission Survey Responses From Past Faculty Research Fellows Research Visiting Scholar Program Visiting Scholar Program 2015 16 Visiting Scholar Dr Josh Dyck University of Massachusetts Lowell Dr Dyck is an Associate Professor of Political Science and Co Director of the Center for Public Opinion at the University of Massachusetts Lowell 2012 present He received his M A and Ph D degrees in Government in Politics from the University of Maryland and holds a Bachelor s degree in Economics and Political Science from Western Washington University Professor Dyck studies American politics with a focus on public opinion voting behavior and state politics As Visiting Scholar Dr Dyck will be continuing his research on the impact of ballot initiatives on democratic citizenship via a 2 state California and Massachusetts study on the impact of ballot initiative reform 2013 14 and 14 15 Visiting Scholar Dr Bob Benedetti Professor Emeritus at the Department of Political Science at

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/calst/visiting_scholar.html (2016-02-12)
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  • California Elections Data Archive - Center for California Studies at Sacramento State - Leadership begins here.
    Program California Elections Data Archive Conference and Programs Envisioning California Conference Civic Education and Leadership Opportunities LSMI Judicial Administration Graduate Certificate Panetta Institute Congressional Internship Sacramento Semester California Studies Envisioning California Conference California Journalism Awards California Elections Data Archive selected California Studies California Elections Data Archive California Elections Data Archive California has 58 counties 480 incorporated cities and more than 1 100 school and community college districts Every year these jurisdictions hold elections to select county supervisors city council members school board trustees and other elective offices as well as deciding the fate of hundreds of ballot measures The California Elections Data Archive CEDA is the only statewide database that collects tabulates and reports candidate and ballot measure results for all local elections CEDA reports include all candidates their ballot designations and vote totals as well as all ballot measures their ballot summary information and vote totals Ballot measures are also classified by type and topic CEDA is a partnership between the Center the Institute of Social Research ISR at Sacramento State and the California Secretary of State CEDA reports are available through the websites of the Center ISR and the California Secretary of State Election results from counties cities and community college and school districts are entered in the CEDA database from which three standard CEDA reports are generated These reports include County Elections Candidates ballot designations and vote totals for all elected county offices vote totals and text for county ballot measures City Elections Candidates ballot designations and vote totals for all elected city offices vote totals and text for all city ballot measures Community College and School District Elections Candidates ballot designations and vote totals for all elective community college and school district offices vote totals and text for all district ballot measures Ballot measures for all

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/calst/california_elections_data_archive.html (2016-02-12)
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  • California Studies - Center for California Studies at Sacramento State - Leadership begins here.
    Completed Faculty Research Fellows Reports Visiting Scholar Program California Elections Data Archive Conference and Programs Envisioning California Conference Civic Education and Leadership Opportunities LSMI Judicial Administration Graduate Certificate Panetta Institute Congressional Internship Sacramento Semester selected Conferences and Programs The Center organizes a number programs and events throughout the year including but not limited to the annual Envisioning California Conference Please click below for additional information on the Center s projects

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/calst/conferences_programs.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Envisioning California Conference - Center for California Studies at Sacramento State - Leadership begins here.
    and Leadership Opportunities LSMI Judicial Administration Graduate Certificate Panetta Institute Congressional Internship Sacramento Semester California Studies selected California Studies Envisioning California Conference Envisioning California Conference The Envisioning California Conference founded by the Center for California Studies in 1989 assembles Californians with particular insight into the bits and pieces of California s diversity of histories cultures and philosophies and the consequences of the diversity Our discussions attempt to analyze successes and failures in efforts to bring Californians together and to keep differences from breeding discord We question what defines California who Californians are and where California is going We reach into the broad vistas of the California experience from politics ethnicity and history to the arts education and the environment Check us out on Facebook Now on YouTube View past Envisioning California Conferences HERE Past Envisioning California Conferences California s Liquid Gold Brewing and Winemaking in the Golden State VIDEO Moving On Transforming Transportation in California VIDEO Food for Thought Current Food Trends and Policies in the Golden State 2013 VIDEO Connected or Disconnected California s Culture Technology and Politics 2012 The Nonprofit Sector Crises and Untapped Opportunities 2011 Sustainability and the California Dream 2009 California Imagined The Arts of the Golden State 2008 Immigration in California Conflict Resolution Transformation 2007 How Well Are We Preparing Our Young People for Life After High School 2006 Retrofitting California Rethinking Policy Infrastructure for a Sustainable Future 2005 Refounding California Envisioning the Future of State Governance 2004 Dynamic Diversity Expanding the California Dream 2003 Envisioning a State of Learning Moving California s Master Plan for Higher Education into the 21st Century 2002 Our Year of Disconnect The Power Politics of Power in California 2001 E Democracy and Initiatives The Future of the California Republic 2000 Paths to California s 21st Century 1999 California s

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/calst/envisioning_california_conference.html (2016-02-12)
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  • California Journalism Awards - Center for California Studies at Sacramento State - Leadership begins here.
    on the topic of transportation Submissions may include but are not limited to the coverage of infrastructure alternative technologies and fuels public transportation the environmental impact of transportation and more Submission criteria Any journalist full time part time or freelance whose work was published broadcast or transmitted in California for the first time from July 2013 to July 2014 Single pieces or series up to five pieces accepted 2014 California Journalism Awards WINNERS 2014 California Journalism Awards Finalists Winners announced October 3 2014 California Journalism Award Past Recipients 2013 Award Recipients For Excellence in Print Reporting Sandra Duerr The Tribune San Luis Obispo Wine and Water Deep Trouble For Excellence in Blog Reporting Clare Leschin Hoar TakePart com TakePart com a Participant Media website that draws 4 million visitors a month Article 1 Article 2 Article 3 Article 4 Article 5 For Excellence in Radio Reporting Sasha Khokha Grace Rubenstein KQED and the Center for Investigative Reporting Farmworkers Face Rape Article 1 Article2 Article 3 Article 4 For Excellence in TV Reporting David Bienick Mike Carroll KCRA TV 3 Hops Make a Comeback For Excellence in Photojournalism Chris Riley Vallejo Times Herald Food for Thought Katharine M Macdonald Student Award Samantha Lynn The Stanford Daily New mobile food vendor policy drives Net Appetit off campus Article 1 Article 2 Article 3 2012 Award Recipients For Excellence in Blog Reporting GOP Latino Fail Party Ignored Stu Spencer s Advice By Jerry Roberts Phil Trounstine Calbuzz For Excellence in Print Daily Coverage High risk Calif parolees unsupervised By Don Thompson Gillian Flaccus Greg Risling Thomas Watkins Associated Press For Excellence in Print Special Feature Enterprise Reporting Dental program proves painful By Jocelyn Wiener Emily Bazar CHCF Center for Health Reporting For Excellence in Photojournalism series Occupy Oakland Shooting Manali Baby Birth By

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  • Civic Education - Center for California Studies at Sacramento State - Leadership begins here.
    LegiSchool Project Calendar News and Updates Contests Real World Civics Summer Internship Free Materials Contact LegiSchool Resource Links Content Standards Civic Education The Center sponsors numerous programs designed to enhance political literacy and opportunities for effective participation such as the annual Envisioning California Conference the LegiSchool Project and Sac Semester These programs stimulate public discussion about the state s politics and policy alternatives its history and cultures and its changing national and international roles In the past the Center has sponsored public debates and forums on immigration affirmative action and other issues The Center aims to Encourage young people to understand and appreciate the values of a representative democracy and instill a desire to engage in the democratic process by providing participatory experiences and educational materials in state government and representative democracy to high school and college students Encourage citizens to enhance their civic literacy by providing educational materials and experiences in state government and representative democracy to adults and community groups as well as providing forums for public debates and discussions Encourage and reward better reporting and coverage of state government and politics by the media Build links with groups such as the National Alliance for Civic Education and

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/calst/civic_education.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Legislative Staff Management Institute - Center for California Studies at Sacramento State - Leadership begins here.
    at the University of Minnesota In 2004 NCSL opened LSMI to bid and the Center for California Studies collaborating with the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy were awarded the contract The week long Institute is held at the USC State Capital Center which is a few blocks from the state Capitol Participants are housed at the Sheraton Grand Hotel The Institute also includes team building such as rafting on the American River and other activities Curriculum LSMI curriculum emphasizes learning by doing with practical application of skills for effective communication team building negotiation conflict resolution and creating professionalism based on core values of representative democracy LSMI faculty are nationally recognized experts with extensive professional experience as well as research based knowledge The curriculum has five major components Interactive seminars with experience based learning for eight days Distance learning prior to and after the program through the internet Legislative content specific to current issues and staff Management processes for leadership and personal growth and Group activities outside the classroom Evaluation Each year LSMI participants are asked To what degree would you recommend this program to other legislative staff members Don t Attend Maybe Yes or Must Go For the last five years 100 of program participants indicating that they would recommended it to others YEAR Don t Attend Maybe Yes Must Go Total Yes or Must Go 2014 0 0 17 83 100 2013 0 0 11 89 100 2012 0 0 16 84 100 2011 0 0 10 90 100 2010 0 0 31 69 100 2009 0 5 22 73 75 2008 0 0 12 88 100 2007 0 4 15 81 96 2006 0 0 1 94 95 2005 0 4 22 74 96 In their words LSMI is far and away the best training experience

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/calst/lsmi.html (2016-02-12)
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