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  • AFROTC Home
    a college program whose mission is to prepare young men and women to become the future leaders of our Nation s Air Force With opportunities for college scholarships and numerous career fields to choose from after you complete your degree the Air Force is a great way to blaze your path Whether you re aiming to be a Pilot Cyberspace Operations Officer Intelligence Officer or any of our other numerous career fields we have a job that will challenge and reward you Many college students are looking to be part of something that is larger than themselves At Detachment 088 we ll provide that opportunity while developing your leadership skills and emphasizing our core values of integrity service and excellence Join us today and become an American Airman Commander of AFROTC Det 088 and Professor of Aerospace Studies Cadet Wing Commander s Message If you want to be a leader in the world s greatest Air Force then Det 088 is a great place to start As the Cadet Wing Commander it is my mission to provide all cadets the atmosphere to be challenged through physical fitness academics and leadership development To accomplish this we hold ourselves to the highest

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  • Welcome
    Technology Jobs Library Online Courses SacCT SacLink Pan African Studies Program Welcome About Us Faculty Courses Resources News Events Photo Gallery Pan African Studies Pan Af ri can Of or Relating to All People Of African Descent FEATURED PEOPLE OF THE MONTH Nelson Mandela July18 1918 December 5 2013 Kevin Johnson March 4 1966 MALCOM X May 19th 1925 February 21 1965 California State University Sacramento Amador Hall Room 462

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  • Anthropology at Sac State
    Anthropology Anthropology is the study of human beings and the world they live in Anthropology introduces students to the influence of evolutionary cultural and historical processes on peoples lived experiences Located at the nexus of Natural Sciences Social Sciences and Humanities Anthropology strives to integrate and transform diverse forms of knowledge into practical indexes for engagement with our everyday concerns Anthropology at Sac State Established more than 50 years ago the Department of Anthropology has contributed significantly to the University the Capitol region and beyond through excellence in teaching and scholarship Following the American tradition of four field approach to anthropology the department provides students a rigorous foundation in Archaeology Biological Anthropology Linguistic Anthropology and Sociocultural Anthropology Faculty and students focus on a wide range of topical interests from across the world ranging from human evolution to the archaeology of pre historic societies from exploring the politics of race class gender sexuality and ethnicity in diverse social sites to the politics of religious practices from the explorations of illnesses urbanization technology migration and globalization on people and societies worldwide and everything else in between The department strives to provide students hands on experience to complement their in class learning via

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  • I Want To Apply
    International Admissions Veterans Success Center Spring First Time Freshmen Transfer Students Returning Students International Admissions Veterans Success Center I Have Applied Fall First Time Freshmen Transfer Students Returning Students Spring First Time Freshmen Transfer Students Returning Students I Have Been Admitted Fall First Time Freshmen Transfer Students Returning Students Spring First Time Freshmen Transfer Students Returning Students I Was Not Admitted Local Admission Area Impaction Early Start Communications Archive Fall 2016 Spring 2016 Fall 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Counselor Connection California Residency AB540 WUE Quick Links Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President for Student Affairs Office CONTACT US Lassen Hall 1102 916 278 7766 admissions csus edu Monday Friday 9 a m 5 p m More Information I Want to Apply Spring 2016 We are closed for applications for Spring 2016 the application period was from August 1 to 31 2015 Fall 2016 We are CLOSED for applications for Fall 2016 the application filing period was from October 1 November 30 2015 We will be open for applications for Fall 2017 from October 1 November 30 2016 For admissions and other information on International Graduate and Veterans programs please see the links below International Admissions

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  • Asian Studies Home
    seeks to prepare our students for a future in an economically and politically important and inter connected Pacific Basin by providing an in depth understanding of Asia from a political cultural and historical perspective Graduates of the program utilize their knowledge and training to continue their studies at graduate institutions or through employment in government business or education The program actively increases the awareness of Asia on our campus and is a resource for the community in the capital region through its support for student clubs faculty colloquia and cultural activities Contact Asian Studies Program California State University Sacramento 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 6132 Benicia Hall 1018 Campus mail zip 6132 Asian Studies office hours for Fall 2014 Monday Friday 8 30 am 2 30 pm Asian Studies Program Director and Vice Director Greg Kim Ju Director kimju csus edu Amador 351A Benicia 1004 Office hours Tuesdays 1 20 4 20 pm Amador 351A Pattaratorn Chirapravati Vice Director Benicia Hall 1004 patchira saclink csus edu 916 278 7373 Office hours Monday 11 12 30 at Kadema Hall 194 Friday 11 12 30 at Benicia 1004 And by appointment Asian Studies Executive Committee Members and Advisors Pattaratorn Chirapravati see

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  • Home
    Assessment Plans Program Review Program Review Website Program Review Summary Tables Assessment Plan Examples and Slideshow Resources Workshops Faculty Learning Community Materials and Handouts Committees Newsletters University Assessment University Learning Outcomes Institutional Assessment Portfolio Academic Program Assessment Tools Assessment Strategies Assessment Beyond Sacramento State Accreditation Other Campuses Context for Assessment Improvement Through Assessment ATTENTION Welcome back from winter break We look forward to working with you Please check back regularly Welcome to our Office One of the core goals in Sacramento State s Strategic Plan is to improve student success by improving recruitment retention and graduation rates As the office charged with facilitating assessment of student learning the Office of Academic Program Assessment contributes to this goal by helping faculty gather and use evidence of what and how well students are learning to enhance teaching Scroll down for quick links Here is the logic Meet with faculty to discuss assessment procedure Help faculty compile program reports Assess evidence of student learning Provide expert consultation Develop teaching methods Students learn better More students want to come to Sac State More students stay after they arrive and More students graduate As a by product of assessment activity a warrant to teach provided through accreditation is earned the public trust is maintained and strengthened This website offers information about assessment on the Sac State campus as well as information about the broader context for assessment in higher education Recent News During the fall our office began to evaluate and provide feedback for the 2014 2015 Annual Program Assessment Reports Consultants met every Wednesday between 1 00pm and 3 00pm to review reports and discuss the many new changes to the organization of the assessment template and guidelines The data from each program was entered into our database which have informed our executive reports

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  • Department of Physics & Astronomy
    Information facilities Anechoic Chamber Electro Optics Lab Electronics Lab Computing Observatory Machine Shop useful links Sac State Sites Physics Astronomy Organizations alumni Alumni Guestbook Alumni Update Form Make a Donation Newsletter Contact Us SacStatePhysics Physics and Astronomy Sequoia Hall 230 916 278 6518 Welcome to the Department of Physics and Astronomy The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Sacramento State has been preparing students for graduate school teaching careers and industrial employment for over forty years Based in Sequoia Hall overlooking the American River our students interact closely with faculty members in and out of the classroom Educators of the highest quality and excellent laboratory facilities have led Sac State Physics Alumni to graduate programs at institutions such as MIT Berkeley Stanford Princeton and Harvard not to mention wonderful careers in government private industry and education Alumni We re looking for you Look at the classmates that we ve already found Looking for the Physics and Astronomy Colloquium Series In the News SacStatePhysics We re hosting the fall meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers AAPT Northern California Nevada Section on Saturday November 14 We re warming up for the Annual Meeting of AAPT that s coming to Sac this summer Our inaugural newsletter is now online In case you missed getting a copy of it in your inbox did you forget to inform Alumni Association of your current email address you can find it here Our newest degree option Bachelor of Science in Physics Applied Physics Concentration will hit the catalog effective Fall 2015 This program was designed for those interested in a program of study designed for careers in industry For more information please contact Dr DeGraffenreid or see the Applied Physics program page We are pleased to welcome two new tenure track faculty members Mikkel Jensen

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  • Biological Sciences
    study Delivery Program Learning Outcomes These Program Learning Outcomes will be delivered in a way that will allow assessment of four themes in the Biological Sciences that are relevant to all subdisciplines There is an intimate relationship between structural elements and the function performed by biological systems at all hierarchical levels At the heart of this relationship is the cost benefit analysis that determines this relationship Realizing the context of this interaction is an important step toward recognizing the importance of the scientific method in our understanding of the world Communication and interaction exist at all levels of biological hierarchy Development as a biological scientist involves an ability to recognize and apply these interactions through all levels of biological hierarchy as well as the ability to apply the scientific process to develop this knowledge The process of transmission of genetic material and reproduction is fundamental to all living organisms Furthermore changes over evolutionary time result largely from differential transmission of traits The context of these changes in the creation of biodiversity is an important aspect of biological understanding Energy drives all biological systems Both biochemical and trophic interactions play important roles in the movement of energy in biological systems An understanding of the processes of energy flow through the scientific process leads to an important aspect of life as a biological scientist Department Resources Eighteen teaching laboratories located in Sequoia and Humboldt Halls Support facilities animal museums 30 000 specimens greenhouse 4 000 plants herbarium and an arboretum Bioinventory Checklist of plants of Placer County Research opportunities through CREST the Center for Regional Environmental Science and Technology and CIMERA the Center for Interdisciplinary Molecular Biology Education Research and Advancement Center for Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics STEM and the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine CIRM Close proximity to several hospitals clinics public and private health organizations in the Sacramento area that provide internship opportunities for students interested in the health care professions Sacramento State is one of the seven participating CSU campuses at Moss Landing Marine Laboratories MLML near Monterey Located in the State Capital Sacramento State provides the opportunity for students to become involved with various State and Federal agencies through biological internships and part time employment Video librar y Gymnosperm map Vertebrate museum tour request form Greenhouse Located North of Sequoia Hall Arboretum Located West of J Street campus entrance Map and inventory of plantings Outreach to the Sacramento schools Vertebrate Museum The CSUS Biology department is home to a vertebrate teaching collection which houses more than 2500 mammals and over 3700 birds These specimens are used to help teach a variety of organismal biology courses and are also used for student and faculty research projects Each year our department provides museum tours for hundreds of visitors including K 12 students home schooled children scouts and more Our museum also has a live Dermestid beetle colony These flesh eating beetles are used to prepare a large collection of vertebrate skeletal material also used in our classrooms Please take

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