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  • News
    of a mash up in pop culture and I ll provide examples and offer my own suggestions for new mash ups she says Miller who arrived at Sacramento State in 1987 specializes in argumentation and rhetoric with an emphasis on visual communication in her role as an educator The roots of the Livingston Lecture date to 1959 when the first Distinguished Faculty Convocation Address was given by John C Jack Livingston a respected scholar and professor of government from 1954 to 1982 The practice continued for 11 years with the exception of the 1967 68 academic year and was discontinued after 1971 In 1985 the Academic Senate reinstated the faculty address and renamed it in Livingston s honor It s awarded annually to a Sacramento State faculty member who transcends his or her discipline and has a positive effect on the life of the University through teaching service or creative and scholarly activities and who displays a consistent and engaging collegiality and a strong commitment to students throughout their careers at Sacramento State In my nearly 30 years on campus Miller says I have attended the lecture every time I ve been able never dreaming that I would be the featured speaker one day The list of previous awardees reads like a Who s Who of faculty I have admired greatly and I m incredibly proud to be a part of the legacy established by Jack Livingston The Livingston Lecture is free and open to the public A reception will follow Miller s presentation Dixie Reid Dixie Reid 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

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/news/articles/2016/2/11/Livingston-Lecture-meets-higher-education-mash-up.shtml (2016-02-12)
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  • News
    a template that works ever more effectively rather than trying to build something new he says The key Dragna adds is trying to be surgical with the 33 initiatives to address the CSU s long range goals for Sacramento State by 2025 to increase the four year graduation rate to 24 percent and the six year rate to 60 percent So the first bit of business is breaking down that statistic We may find that there are a great many healthy components to that number as well That and picking up the progress so the students who are here now really gain an advantage and to be very cognizant of the fact that the types of programs we put in are within the budget of the University and allow for continued growth across teaching learning and research and have an impact on the community A background in psychology a far flung career Dragna grew up in Miami the youngest of four children and the only boy in the family His father worked for General Motors as a car salesman and consultant His mother was a homemaker He earned a bachelor s degree in theology at Notre Dame and a master s and doctorate in counseling education at the University of Colorado at Boulder He did his clinical training as a psychologist at the University of Colorado at Denver and over the years has been in private practice as a psychotherapist Dragna met his wife Janine in Denver They married in 1986 and moved to Fargo N D where he was the director of the Center for Student Counseling and Personal Growth at North Dakota State University The Dragnas have three children J D 26 lives in Tampa Fla and is completing his doctorate in counseling education Danielle 25 is a flight attendant for Delta Airlines and soon will move to New York City and Peter 21 is a student at Florida State University and is preparing to take his law school admission test All three Dragna children were featured extras in the 2002 movie Divine Secrets of the Ya Ya Sisterhood My wife had a small extras part but it was mostly the kids Dragna says In one scene my older son dances with Ashley Judd You can imagine what that did for his popularity in middle school At the time the family lived in Wilmington N C where Dragna was the associate vice chancellor for student development and earlier the executive director of student development services at the University of North Carolina in Wilmington Ya Ya was filmed in various locations around North Carolina Even today Dragna says his children won t allow their parents to watch the movie with them His son Peter also has another film credit He was the voice of a little boy in the 1999 anime You re Under Arrest The Movie After a decade in North Carolina the family moved to Tampa where Dragna was the senior associate vice president for student affairs

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/news/articles/2016/2/10/Jim-Dragna-aims-to-raise-graduation-rates-at-Sac-State.shtml (2016-02-12)
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  • Campus Map
    hours a day 365 days per year With a Sac State OneCard parking permits may be purchased at the Student Financial Services Center in Lassen Hall and the UTAPS office Daily parking permits may be purchased from any daily permit machine indicated on the map by a dollar sign Parking lot signs designate which permits are valid in each parking lot section unless otherwise indicated at specific spaces Daily parking

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/campusmap/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Housing and Residential Life Home
    Restaurant Dinner Menu Future Students Application Process New Cost and Payment Housing Preparation List License Agreement Upper Class On Off Campus Housing Confirmation and Assignment Request to Cancel Policy Current Residents Returning Resident Application Cost and Payment Confirmation and Room Assignment License Agreement Cancellation Policy Leadership Opportunities Parent Family Guardian Alumni and Visitors Campus Departments College Portrait Finances Information for Parents Newsletter Parents and Families Program Public Safety Campus Police Resources for Parents Living in the Halls Getting The Most Out Of The Campus Experience Residence Halls Dining UEI Register Your Guest Residential Life Handbook Student Conduct Technology Services Leadership Opportunties OrgSync Things To Bring Move In Linen Program Micro Fridge Program Hornet Cinema Hornet Philo Residence Hall Map RHA Res Hall Association Student Employment Theme Housing Information Priority Housing 2016 2017 Calendar FEBRUARY 2016 Wednesday February 3 Yoga Large Conference Room 8 00 p m Thursday February 4 Winter Refresher Large Conference Room 9 00 p m Sunday February 7 Super Bowl Sunday Dining Commons 3 30 p m Tuesday February 9 National Peppermint Patty Day Dining Commons 4 00 p m Thursday February 11 Anti Valentine s Day Party Large Conference Room 9 00 p m February 15 19 Love Every Body Week Various Various Tuesday February 16 National Crab Stuffed Flounder Day Dining Commons 4 00 p m Wednesday February 17 Room Selection for Priority Returners Select Your Same Room Same Suite Thursday February 18 Room Selection for Priority Returners Fill Suite Day Friday February 19 Sunday February 21 Room Selection for Priority Returners Fill Suite or Room Days Tuesday February 23 Wednesday February 24 Room Selection for Priority Returners Fill Suite Room or Bed Days Friday February 26 National Chili Day Dining Commons 4 00 p m Monday February 29 Speak Out Large Conference Room 8 00 p m MARCH 2016 Tuesday March 1 Housing Application for 2016 2017 Open for Newly Admitted Hornets Tuesday March 1 Whatever Happeneed to Natasha Rey Large Conference Room 8 00 p m Tuesday March 1 National White Chocolate Cheesecake Day Dining Commons 4 00 p m Monday March 7 March Awareness Day TBA TBA Tuesday March 8 National Oatmeal Nut Waffles Day Dining Commons 4 00 p m Wednesday March 9 Safer Spring Break Quad Area 6 00 p m Monday March 14 Pinterest Night Large Conference Room 9 00 p m Tuesday March 15 Women of Influence Redwood Room 6 00 p m Tuesday March 15 National Sloppy Joe Day Dining Commons 4 00 p m Wednesday March 16 Tax Program Large Conference Room 8 00 p m Thursday March 17 St Patrick s Day Dining Commons 4 00 p m Thursday March 31 Cesar Chavez Day of Service TBA APRIL 2016 Friday April 1 Loads of Love TBA Friday April 1 National Lobster Newburg Day Dining Commons 4 00 p m Monday April 4 Friday April 8 Geek Week Various Monday April 4 Friday April 8 Ping Pong Tournament Various Tueday April 5 National Empanada Day Dining

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/housing/ (2016-02-12)
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  • IRT Service Desk
    hours visit here Service Desk The Service Desk links people with technology by ensuring access providing security and resolving problems We facilitate solutions by working closely with other IRT units and technology resources across campus We are a student delivered staff managed Service Desk We strive to advocate for you the university s technology user by working to understand your needs and match you with the appropriate technology solutions for

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/irt/ServiceDesk/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Accessibility
    efforts to make its web pages accessible to persons with disabilities in accordance with state and federal laws and CSU policy View the University Accessible Technology Policy To learn about services for students with disabilities at Sacramento State go to the Services to Students with Disabilities web page If you experience any difficulty in accessing content on a Sac State website and need the information in an alternate format please

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/About/accessibility.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Police Home
    6000 Emergencies 916 278 6900 or dial 911 Prev Next Report Any Suspicious Activity See Something Say Something We encourage everyone to report any suspicious activity by dialing 916 278 6000 Emergency Notification System ENS ENS informs the campus community about incidents that may be an immediate danger to faculty staff students and campus visitors We can t reach you through ENS unless you ve signed up Live Scan Fingerprinting Services The Sacramento State Police Department offers live scan fingerprinting services to the campus community and the general public Contact us at 916 278 2788 to make an appointment Ensuring Safety and Quicker Response Time To ensure safety and quicker response time 148 emergency blue phones have been installed on campus Lost and Found The Sacramento State Police Department maintains the campus Lost and Found If you have a lost item please call 916 278 2788 to make a report News and Alerts Jeanne Clery Disclosure Jeanne Clery Report Annual CA Campus Safety Plan Report Marsy s Card and Resources Crime Media Releases Crime Media Log Resources Crime Prevention Safety Tips Department Brochures Frequently Asked Questions Pedestrian Zones Police Survey Issues Initiatives Title IX Events Training Active Shooter Building Coordinator

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/aba/police/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Sac State College Portrait
    information about the undergraduate student experience at Sacramento State including data about the cost of attendance graduation rates degree offerings student engagement with the learning process and core educational outcomes Check out Sacramento State s College Portrait and those of other colleges and universities to explore higher education opportunities The College Portrait is an outcome of the Voluntary System of Accountability an initiative for four year public colleges and universities

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/excellence/collegeportrait/ (2016-02-12)
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