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  • Robin Fisher :: home
    Information Title Associate Professor of Voice Office Hours TBA Capistrano Hall 449 E mail rfisher csus edu Office Phone 916 278 7990 Mailing Address CSU Sacramento 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 6015 Courses Applied Voice Vocal Pedagogy MUSC 136B Papers and Publications The Selected Writings of John Duke 1917 84 Scarecrow Press 2007 Forthcoming American Art Song American Poetry Scarecrow Press 2011 Research Projects Interests Concerts scheduled for 2011

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/f/fisherr/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Michael Fitzgerald
    my blog Links University Office Mendocino Hall 5041 Fall semesters only Phone 916 278 7896 e mail mikefitz csus edu Capital Campus News Michael J Fitzgerald writing at his branch office in Mexico Department of Communication Studies California State University

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/f/fitzgeraldm/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Dr. Timothy Fong
    and outreach Dr Fong is also the Project Director and Principal Investigator for the Full Circle Project FCP a project funded by the U S Department of Education FCP is a comprehensive approach to implement a strategically focused campus wide effort to improve retention and graduation rates of underrepresented Asian American and Pacific Islander AAPI students FCP aims to assist AAPI students throughout his or her entire college careers and provide ample opportunities to engage in service both on and off campus to enhance their university experience In addition Dr Fong is a Steering Committee member of the California State University Asian American Pacific Islander Initiative The steering committee advises the Chancellor s Office on Asian American Pacific Islander issues provides direction to the CSU AAPI Initiative s programs on campus and develops long term strategies designed to increase the number of students who go and succeed in college Dr Fong received his doctorate in Ethnic Studies from the University of California at Berkeley in 1992 His research specialty areas include comparative race and ethnic relations contemporary immigration politics and public policy community studies higher education equity and student engagement and qualitative methodology ethnography and oral history Dr Fong has written and edited several books see Publications below and has presented at numerous professional conferences across the nation and internationally He was also the editor of the Critical Perspectives on Asian Pacific Americans Series published by AltaMira Press a division of Roman Littlefield The Series presented books that are theoretically engaging comparative and multidisciplinary Special emphasis is placed on works that reflect contemporary concerns critically important to understanding and empowering Asian Pacific Americans A recognized authority on multiculturalism and social change Dr Fong has been interviewed in stories by the New York Times Los Angeles Times San Francisco Chronicle Sacramento Bee the World Service of the British Broadcasting Corporation and on National Public Radio among others Publications Models of Practice Asian American Native American and Pacific Islander Serving Institutions AANAPISIs in Action edited by Timothy P Fong and Dina Maramba forthcoming Ethnic Studies Research Approaches and Perspectives edited by Timothy P Fong Walnut Creek CA Alta Mira Press 2008 The Contemporary Asian American Experience Beyond the Model Minority New Jersey Prentice Hall 2007 Asian and Pacific Islander Americans in Sacramento A Community Profile 2000 and Beyond 2006 The Contemporary Asian American Experience Beyond the Model Minority 2nd Edition New Jersey Prentice Hall 2002 Asian Americans Experiences and Perspectives edited by Timothy P Fong and Larry H Shinagawa New Jersey Prentice Hall 2000 The Contemporary Asian American Experience Beyond the Model Minority New Jersey Prentice Hall 1998 The First Suburban Chinatown The Remaking of Monterey Park California Philadelphia Temple University Press 1994 Association for Asian American Studies National Book Award Winner Contemporary Racialization in the United States New Jersey Prentice Hall forthcoming Ethnic Studies Research Approaches and Perspectives edited by Timothy P Fong Walnut Creek CA Alta Mira Press 2008 The Contemporary Asian American Experience Beyond the Model Minority New Jersey

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/faculty/F/tfong/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Sacramento State - Lynne Fox
    site link 7 site link 8 site link 9 site link 10 Arts and Letters Philosophy Lynne O Fox Courses Interests Contact Information Title Lecturer Office Hours Wed 11 10 12 50 E mail lofox csus edu Office Phone 916 717 3980 Mailing Address Sacramento State 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 6033 Courses PHIL 021 Freshman Seminar Syllabus PHIL 104 Bioethics Syllabus Reading Schedule Interests Under Construction Last updated

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/f/foxl/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Dr. Lani Fraizer
    competencies information technology education social entrepreneurship education CRM and LMS technologies codeathon and global community engagement in the IT sector Assistant Professor Teaching EDS 109 Career Guidance in Career and Technical Education EDUC 113 Introduction to Technology Based Teaching Strategies in Career Technical Education EDS 222 Perspectives of Workforce Development Overview of Implications for Communities of Vocational Technical and Adult Learners EDS 226 Resource Management and Enhancement for the Workforce

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/f/fraizer/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Untitled Document
    Ethics Syllabus The reading assignment for Wednesday Sept 2 Argument Philosophy 4 Critical Thinking Section 5 Syllabus Class Key K54273G974 Section 6 Syllabus Class Key I54274N345 Students in Philosophy 4 Sections 5 and 6 but not Philosophy 2 are required to buy and register CPS RF response pads or clickers To register your clicker you will need a credit card and a class key The class keys are right above

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/f/freelove/index.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • Robert Friedman
    friedmanr csus edu Fax Number 916 278 6488 January 13 2016 Government 1 Spring 2016 Essentials of Government Send problems comments suggestions to friedmanr csus edu Return to CSUS Home

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/f/friedman/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Gerald L. Frincke Ph.D. Home Page
    1964 2000 B A Psychology San Jose State University 1960 M A Psychology University of Illinois 1963 Ph D Psychology University of Illinois 1964 Postdoctoral Studies University of California Berkeley with Leo Postman at Institute of Human Learning Visiting Scholar Graduate Theological Union Berkeley 1975 1976 M S Computer Science Calif State Univ Sacramento 1987 Completed course of study for Elder Nazarene Bible College Online Sacramento District Institute of Ministry

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/f/frinckeg/ (2016-02-12)
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