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  • Dean's Office
    Follow Us Dean s Office 916 278 6639 Eureka Hall 206 Office Hours 8 00am 12 00pm and 1 00pm 5 00pm Summer Office Hours 7 30am 12 00pm and 12 30pm 4 00pm About The Dean s Office sets the direction for how the College of Education are able to support and provide resources for future and current students The primary responsibility of the Dean s Office is to oversee the school operations is following the best strategies for students to become successful in the real world Services Dean s Office faculty consult with College of Education faculty and staff to provide students the best education and learning experiences Administration Photo Name Title Vanessa Sheared Ed D vsheared csus edu Eureka Hall 206 916 278 5883 Dean Chris Boosalis chris boosalis csus edu Eureka Hall 210 916 278 5088 Associate Dean Staff Photo Name Title La Tina Gago latina csus edu Eureka Hall 206 916 278 5883 Dean s Assistant Steve O Donnell odonnell csus edu Eureka Hall 202 916 278 5549 Graphic Design Web Services Katy Romo romok csus edu Eureka Hall 224 916 278 7012 Administrative Analyst Specialist Kim Ross rossk csus edu Eureka Hall 212 916

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/coe/offices-services/deans.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Commencement Home
    their hood into the ceremony Honors cords are given to Bachelors candidates only and will be given to students when they pick up their caps and gowns To find out if you are receiving academic honors or to purchase an honor cord please check with the ASI office at 916 278 7916 Credential Candidates may wear the gown they wore for bachelor s ceremony or borrow a black gown from a friend Many of the credential cohorts distinguish themselves with special designations i e neck cords or cloth around the shoulders decorated mortar boards Some coordinators have established regalia for their cohorts Note All graduates participating in commencement must wear academic regalia Petition to Graduate The RSVP for the ceremony is not a Petition to Graduate which must be filed with the University Registrar For more information on the Petitions to Graduate visit the registrar website The College of Education is not responsible for the printed program Please note signing up to walk in the ceremony does not guarantee that your name will be printed in the Commencement Program If you filed your petition to graduate with the University Registrar in advance of the deadline your name will be printed in the commencement program booklet Signing up with your college to participate in a commencement ceremony does not guarantee that your name will be printed in the commencement program To confirm that your name will be listed in the program email commencement csus edu or leave a message with the Commencement Office at 916 278 4724 If you have changed your name since applying for graduation please contact the registrar s office at 916 278 7111 Disability Services Hearing Assistance A sign language interpreter will be on the stage as well as displayed on the jumbo tron for all ceremonies

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/coe/commencement/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • College Committees Home
    Committee Undergraduate Journal of Transformative Leadership and Policy Studies Follow Us College Committees Abbreviation Committee Membership Meeting Dates JTLPS Journal of Transformative Leadership and Policy Studies 5 members 5 non voting Variable ASM All Staff Meeting Variable CATTE Curriculum Assessment Technology and Teaching Excellence 20 members 10 voting 10 non voting 2nd Thursday of each month 1 15 2 30 pm Eureka 223 CHRS Chair s Meeting Variable CHS College Human Subjects Renamed CRRC Variable CWM College Wide Meeting Variable CRED Teaching Credentials Variable CRRC College Research Review Committee 11 voting 3rd Thursday of each month 1 30 3 00 pm Eureka 221 DAC Dean s Advisory Council 21 members 9 voting 12 non voting 4th Thursday of each month 1 15 2 45 pm Eureka 223 ERI Educational Research and Inquiry 14 members 11 voting 3 non voting 3rd Thursday of each month 11 00 am 12 00 pm Eureka 223 GRAD Graduate and Professional Studies Variable SEC Secondary Evaluation Committee Variable SPAR Strategic Planning Accountability and Resources 27 members 15 voting 12 non voting 4th Tuesday of each month 9 30 11 00 am Eureka 223 SSOAR Student Success Outcomes and Retention 20 members 7 voting 13 non

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/coe/committees/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • College Committee: Human Subjects
    the performance of routine physical or psychological examination or tests Research classified as minimal risk must go to the University IRB after the College Committee reviews the application Minimal risk applications can be reviewed by the University IRB as expedited review for expedited review applications can be submitted at any time and feedback from the review is returned within 2 weeks Greater Than Minimal Risk Research classified as greater than minimal risk is research where the probability of harm or discomfort or magnitude of possible harm physical psychological social or economic from participation in the research study are more than what might be encountered in daily life Greater than minimal risk classification in the College Committee requires secondary review by the University IRB and will require review by the convened board The University IRB board meets once a month the due dates and meeting dates are listed at the following website http www csus edu research irb reviewcatagorytimeline html Note that working with certain populations like children can increase your risk level under certain circumstances because these groups are designated as vulnerable populations by the federal government and provided additional protections For example when working with children you will need both the child s assent and the parent s consent to for their participation and will need to be sure that they are free from pressure to participate from adults in a position in authority This can make research with your own students or children tricky to meet these protections Not Reviewable Research Some research projects do not meet the federal definition of research reviewable by human subjects committees The researcher does not make this determination the committee does If this is the determination of the College Committee then you do not need secondary review by the University IRB How to Apply Step 1 After you finalize your methodology completely fill out the Human Subjects Research Application on the university website http www csus edu research irb formsprocedures html You should completely fill out this form even if it means repeating yourself Answer all parts of each question but do not provide information not asked for Do not cut and paste big sections from your petition or chapters and do not say see attached or see below provide all of the relevant information in the form Step 2 After your petition has been approved have the completed human subjects application forms signed by your research sponsor approving that they have read it for correctness and completeness Step 3 Scan your forms and all supporting documents including consent forms questionnaires or interview questions NIH training certificate etc into a PDF and email it to the committee chair see contact information below with the title COE Human Subjects Review YOUR LAST NAME in the title of the email There are copy machines in the library that can help you scan to PDF if you don t know how to do this on your computer as well as computer labs that will allow

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/coe/info-for/human-subjects/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Multicultural Education Conference Home
    books published under her maiden name Maisha T Fisher 2003 Ph D Language Literacy and Culture University of California Berkeley 1998 MA Language Literacy and Culture Stanford University 1995 Cross Cultural Language Academic Development Single Subject English California State University Sacramento 1994 BA English African American Studies University of California Davis Research Interests Winn s research spans a wide variety of understudied settings including her earlier work on the literate practices extant in bookstores and community organizations in the African American community to her most recent work in settings where adolescent girls are incarcerated Her work is multidisciplinary in that she examines the cognitive dimensions of the literate practices the micro level interactional processes through which knowledge is constructed in these settings and the socialization functions that take place through both peer relation and adult youth relations as they emerge in these various institutions And the substance of Winn s investigations further illuminate the roles that these institutions play within the larger cultural historical development of racially diverse and low income communities including populations of Dominican Puerto Rican Columbian and African American descent Publications Winn M 2013 Toward a Restorative English Education Research in the Teaching of English 48 1 126 135 Paris D Winn M 2013 Humanizing Research Decolonizing qualitative inquiry with youth and communities Humanizing Research Decolonizing qualitative inquiry with youth and communities Thousand Oaks California Sage Winn M 2012 The politics of desire and possibility in urban playwriting re reading and re writing the script Pedagogies An International Journal 7 4 317 332 Winn M Johnson L P 2011 Writing instruction in the culturally relevant classroom Urbana Illinois National Council of Teachers of English Winn M 2011 Girl Time Literacy Justice and the School to Prison Pipeline Girl Time Literacy Justice and the School to Prison Pipeline

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/coe/events/mce/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • JTLPS Journal Home
    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 Doctorate in Educational Leadership Apply by March 1 Contact us Toggle navigation About the program About the Program Director s Welcome News Cohort Groups Directory Costs Frequently Asked Questions Campus map Prospective students Prospective student resources Information sessions Curriculum Program Goals and Objectives Curriculum Overview Course Sequence Course Listings Current students Current student resources Course Syllabi and Documents Satisfactory Progress Dissertation Proposal Update your student profile Apply Apply Contact us Contact us Directions Home Home Doctorate of Educational Leadership Welcome Director s Welcome Campus maps News Events Information Sessions Sac StatEDD blog Facebook Student Cohorts Cohort Groups Faculty Directory Directory Investment Costs Directions Campus map Journal of Transformative Leadership and Policy Studies Current Issue Volume 5 1 September 2015 Issue Topics California State University leadership special education CAPSES community college social justice collaboration STEM teacher preparation NGSS John Dewey View the current issue Sponsored by the California State University s Chancellor s Office and the system s sixteen Education Doctorate programs the Journal of Transformative Leadership and Policy Studies JTLPs publishes peer reviewed studies for the educational leadership and policy community in California and beyond The focus is to advance our understanding of solutions to the many problems faced by the nation s schools and colleges JTLPs is a peer reviewed journal that explores learning equity and achievement for all students managing the complexities of educational organizations strategies for educators to affect the school

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/coe/academics/doctorate/jtlps/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Mission
    Criminal Justice Kinesiology Health Science Nursing Physical Therapy Recreation Parks Tourism Admin Social Work Speech Pathology Audiology Students Commencement Scholarships Accomplishments Resources Forms Dean s Honor List ASI Student Employment Faculty Staff Info Accomplishments Resources Forms Documents Centers Center for African Peace and Conflict Resolution Sac Mentoring Language Speech Hearing Center Criminal Justice Center Video Archive Email Link Mission Our mission briefly is two fold To provide an outstanding educational experience with connected liberal arts and professional components for every student majoring in Health Human Services and to produce graduates who are well prepared for current and future leadership roles in their discipline and community The Mission of the College of Health Human Services is to provide high quality education and well prepared graduates who demonstrate proficiency critical thought leadership ability creativity and commitment in current and future professional practice Located in the Capital Region the College prepares students for roles in society as productive citizens fully committed to enriching the lives of others promoting mutual respect for diverse populations and lifelong learning To fulfill its mission the College of Health Human Services has established the following goals To promote the University s Mission to preserve communicate and advance knowledge

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/HHS/about/mission.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Contact Us
    Speech Pathology Audiology Students Commencement Scholarships Accomplishments Resources Forms Dean s Honor List ASI Student Employment Faculty Staff Info Accomplishments Resources Forms Documents Centers Center for African Peace and Conflict Resolution Sac Mentoring Language Speech Hearing Center Criminal Justice Center Video Archive Email Link The College of Health and Human Services Dean s Office Mailing Address California State University Sacramento Solano Hall 5002 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 6104 Phone 916 278 7255 Hours of operation Monday Friday 9 00am 12 00noon 1 00pm 4 00pm Visit Our Facebook Page Meet the Dean Dr Fred Baldini email Dean Baldini Dr Robin Carter Associate Dean email Dr Carter Michael Kellermann 916 278 5042 Information Technology Consultant email Michael Kellermann Carl Kelley 916 278 5492 Information Technology Consultant email Carl Kelley G Tommie Captain 916 278 7929 Budget and Personnel Analyst email G Tommie Captain Christine Kellermann 916 278 4315 Administrative Analyst Specialist email Christine Kellermann Marissa Boyd 916 278 3551 Administrative Support Coordinator II email Marissa Boyd Jamie Openshaw 916 278 7255 Administrative Support Coordinator I email Jamie Openshaw Academic Department Division Contacts Criminal Justice Alpine Hall 137 916 278 6487 email Mary Maguire Chair Kinesiology Health Science Solano Hall

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/HHS/about/College-Contacts.html (2016-02-12)
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