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  • David Shimabukuro
    Admissions Athletics Make A Gift Click to show Quick Links Calendars Catalog College Portrait Colleges Depts Computing Technology Jobs Library Online Courses SacCT SacLink Sacramento State Faculty David Shimabukuro Contact Information Title Assistant Professor Office Location Placer Hall 1015 Office Hours Mon 10 30am 12 00 Fri 1 00 3 00 E mail dhs csus edu Office Phone 916 278 6382 Mailing Address Department of Geology 6000 J Street Sacramento

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  • Faculty Page
    278 7249 FAX 916 278 3907 nshulock csus edu Classes Executive Fellowship 2009 10 Executive Fellowship 2008 09 Executive Fellowship 2007 08 Executive Fellowship 2006 07 Executive Fellowship 2005 06 Executive Fellowship 2004 05 PPA 230 Spring 2002 PPA 230 Spring 2001 PPA 240 Fall 1998 PPA 240 Downtown May July 1999 Research Projects Interests Please see website for Institute for Higher Education Leadership Policy for research agenda and publications

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  • Lee Simpson :: home
    of Max Kurillo and Erline Tuttle s California s El Camino Real and Its Historic Bells in Public Historian Fall 2002 Guest Editor Boosters in the West Special issue of Journal of the West Fall 2003 Boosters and Businesswomen Women and the Chamber of Commerce in California Cities 1880 1930 Journal of the West Fall 2003 Review of Greg Hise and William Deverell s Eden by Design The 1930 Olmsted Bartholomew Plan for the Los Angeles Region H net Book Reviews Published by H California December 2000 Women Real Estate and Urban Growth A Case Study of Two Generations of Women Property Owners in Redlands California 1880 1940 California History LXXVI Spring 1997 24 43 PRESENTATIONS Museums and Public Memory Whom do we Serve California Capitol Museum Visitor s Association Sacramento CA January 21 2005 Who Melted in the Melting Pot Immigration in America Salem Lutheran Church Adult Education Forum St Cloud MN Feb 27 2000 Better Homes in America Gender Capitalism and the 20th Century Urban Growth Machine 1920 1940 Northern Great Plains History Conference St Cloud MN October 6 9 1999 History and Memory The Legacy of Japanese American Internment in World War II Women on Wednesday Program St Cloud State University Women s Center St Cloud MN February 17 1999 Pearl Chase Better Homes and the Community Arts Association the Capitalist Marketing of Santa Barbara California 1930 1950 National Conference on Policy History St Louis MO May 27 30 1999 Doing Local History Research in the A K Smiley Public Library St Cloud State University St Cloud MN February 20 1998 Women Real Estate and the Capitalist Marketing of a California City Redlands California 1880 1940 Phi Alpha Theta Presentation St Cloud State University St Cloud MN September 30 1998 The Power of Property Women Land Owners

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  • Dr. Amrik Singh
    Library 4021 Punjabi Language and Linguistics Punjabi is originally the language of people of Punjab the land of the five tributaries of the mighty Indus River in the northwestern part of South Asia where the Indus Civilization flourished 4700 years ago That land now comprises Punjab India and Punjab Pakistan Over 100 million speakers of the Punjabi language now make their presence felt in almost all continents of the world Punjabi Diaspora brought their language religion and culture with them A new generation of Punjabi learners wishes to mirror the cultural and linguistic diversity of the global community Phonetic features of the Punjabi language are easy to decode as there is hardly any ambiguity in the script and the sound Most consonants are grouped according to their place and manner of articulation Aspirated and un aspirated consonants in Punjabi form distinctive phonemes whereas in English these are only variants Courses Fall Semester PUNJ 1A Punjabi Elementary Spring Semester ETHN 122 Sikh American Globalization PUNJ 1B Punjabi Elementary Punjabi Elementary courses will introduce modern Punjabi as spoken in Punjab and neighboring states While emphasizing teaching of four language skills speaking reading listening writing students will also learn interpersonal communication in Punjabi Grasping the basics of the language students are expected to interact with the community members on real life situations and will include reading comprehension and writing brief compositions The Beginning Punjabi 1B continuation of the Beginning 1A course G E COURSE Ethnic Studies 122 Sikh Americans and Globalization An upper division GE course The course is offered in Spring through Department of Ethnic Studies See the flyer for more information Course taught by Prof Singh Historical Artifact Gadar Printing Press Punjabi Language has a history of more than 100 years in California Sikh Pioneers published Punjabi newspapers in 1913 from

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    About Me Contact Information Class Information Help Professor Gerri L Smith California State University Sacramento Communication Studies Department College of Arts and Letters This site is Copyright CSUS CSUS Home

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  • school
    5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12 Week 13 Week 14 Teaches MIS 219 Spring semester 1998 time and place to be determined Special interests are computer performance measurement and evaluation computer security and controls and simulation of waiting line systems Back to top Contact Information E mail is by far the best way to contact Dr Solomon in a timely fashion

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  • J Patrick Sparks
    Sparks Office Location Sequoia Hall 530 Office Hours SQU 530 Tuesday and Wednesday 11 00 to 12 00 SQU 502 Monday 11 00 to 12 00 E mail jpsparks csus edu Office Phone use email Mailing Address Sacramento State 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 6057 Chemistry 1B Chemistry 31 Chemistry 1B Schedules My Schedule Class Syllabus School Academic Schedule for Spring 2016 Final Exam Schedule for Spring 2016 Chem

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  • FACULTY MEMBER'S NAME :: home
    azacalix 4 arene in it s anticipated cone conformation is shown below Publications Full CV undergraduate co authors underlined 21 J D Spence M L Lackie N A Clayton S A Toscano M A Farmer E Popova and M M Olmstead Syntheses Structure and Reactivity of Acyclic Enetriyne and Enetetrayne Derivatives Tetrahedron Letters 2014 55 1569 1572 20 J D Spence A C Rios M A Frost C M McCutcheon C D Cox S Chavez R Fernandez and B F Gherman Syntheses Thermal Reactivities and Computational Studies of Aryl Fused Quinoxalenediynes Effect of Extended Benzannelation on Bergman Cyclization Energetics Journal of Organic Chemistry 2012 77 10329 10339 19 N V Korovina M L Chang T T Nguyen R Fernandez H J Walker M M Olmstead B F Gherman and J D Spence Syntheses and Reactivity of Naphthalenyl Substituted Arenediynes Organic Letters 2011 13 3660 3663 18 K V Lawson A C Barton and J D Spence Synthesis of Diazacalix 8 arene and Triazacalix 12 arene Methyl Ethers via Intramolecular Aryl Amination Org Lett 2009 11 895 898 17 A R Urbach C J Pursell and J D Spence Supramolecular Chemistry A Senior Capstone Course J Chem Ed 2007 84 1785 1787 16 J D Spence A E Hargrove H L Crampton and D W Thomas Porphyrenediynes Synthesis and Cyclization of meso Enediynylporphyrins Tetrahedron Lett 2007 48 725 728 15 N S Mills J D Spence and M M Bushey Capillary Electrophoresis Analysis of Substituted Benzoic Acids J Chem Ed 2005 82 1226 1228 14 J D Spence E D Cline D M LLagostera and P S O Toole Synthesis and Bergman Cyclization of a beta Extended Porphyrenediyne Chem Commun 2004 180 181 13 T D Lash M A Muckey M J Hayes D Liu J D Spence and G M Ferrence Regioselective Oxidation of Benzocarbaporphyrins with Ferric Chloride A Facile Synthesis of Bridged 18 Annulene Ketals with Strong Absorptions in the Far Red and an Unexpected Halogenation Reaction at the Interior Carbon Atom J Org Chem 2003 68 8558 8570 12 J D Spence A E Raymond and D E Norton Condensations of N Arylhydroxylamines for the Preparation of 5 5 di tert butyl 2 2 dihydroxydiphenylamine Tetrahedron Letters 2003 44 849 851 11 T D Lash M J Hayes J D Spence M A Muckey G M Ferrence and L F Szczepura Conjugated Macrocycles Related to the Porphyrins 21 Synthesis Spectroscopy Electrochemistry and Structural Characterization of Carbaporphyrins J Org Chem 2002 67 4860 4874 10 T D Lash M L Thompson T M Werner and J D Spence Synthesis of Novel Pyrrolic Compounds from Nitroarenes and Isocyanoacetates Using a Phosphazene Superbase Synlett 2000 2 213 216 9 J D Spence and T D Lash Porphyrins with Exocyclic Rings Part 14 Synthesis of Tetraacenaphtho porphyrins a New Family of Highly Conjugated Porphyrins with Record Breaking Long Wavelength Electronic Absorptions J Org Chem 2000 65 1530 1539 8 D K Moss J D Spence and M H Nantz Effects of Propargylic

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