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  • Event Services Overview | California State University Stanislaus
    and cost estimates Costs for catering and beverage services will depend upon the number of people to be served the chosen food and beverage menu dining and foodservice setup the number of waiters etc The Event Services staff can assist you in menu planning and working with Chartwells catering staff Design and Décor Your event style formal or casual will be a factor in estimating décor costs Your décor may include special linen choices special chairs or chair covers table decorations and floral arrangements The Event Services staff can assist you in in locating décor design specialists and floral companies Photography and Videography The CSU Stanislaus campus offers many beautiful settings for your wedding photographs Your budget should include pre wedding photography as well as photography and videography at the ceremony and reception The Event Services staff can assist you in in locating reputable and cost effective photographers and videographers Entertainment Most weddings and parties include music You will need to plan for the costs involved with hiring musicians entertainers disc jockeys bands sound systems equipment and possibly a stage Our Events Office staff can advise you on what works well at each of our campus venues Printed Materials It is likely that your event will include some printed items from simple invitations to full wedding packages save the date invitations confirmation cards maps and table assignments When you are planning your event budget it will be helpful to schedule the printer as one of your first steps Postage and Mailing With the regular increases in postage the cost of mailings has become a significant budget item Event Budget Corporate Events The CSU Stanislaus campus is an ideal location for large or small corporate events Event experiences on campus include Multi day festival of music and speakers for several thousand participants Boy Scout jamboree Cheerleading camps and state competitions Music athletic and youth fitness camps Major private corporate dinners with entertainers such as the Beach Boys Jay Leno Huey Lewis the News Business and organization board meetings conferences retreat and banquets The event size duration and type of activities will be major factors in preparing an event budget However the following budget components are standard to any event Facility Use Fee CSU Stanislaus has pre assigned fees for all outdoor and indoor venues When planning a major event that may utilize multiple campus venues it is important to work with one of the Events Services staff to discuss possibilities Some venues require blocking the use of adjacent venues from other users Event Services staff are able to develop custom pricing for multi day and or multi venue events Campus Services CSU Stanislaus is a public State funded university and the campus service providers are required to charge and recover all costs for services associated with non university events The venue you select the expected number of attendees and event details such as the service of alcohol will determine what campus services are required The Event Services staff will be able

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  • Event Services
    preparation time but will still involve the following basic planning components What are the goals and objectives What is the event s primary message and theme Is the event to be formal or casual How many people will be attending What is the budget for the event What is the event program CSU Stanislaus Event Services staff are experts in planning successful events on the Turlock campus They will assist you with all of the details Staff Faculty 1 1 Event Services 1 Information to help Staff Faculty get started planning an event on campus Students 2 2 Event Services 2 Information to help Students get started planning an event at CSU Stanislaus Visitors 3 3 Event Services 3 Information to help visitors get started planning a private event at CSU Stanislaus California State University Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock California 95382 Maps Directions Contact Us Resources Career Opportunities Directions Parking Campus Map Campus Tours Title IX Campus Security Report Information for Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving 2014 California State University Stanislaus Twitter Facebook RSS Vimeo Instagram

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  • Faculty Mentor Program
    Student Leadership and Development University Student Union Building room 103 Students applying to the program during the fall semester must do so by the first Monday in November Students applying to the program during the spring spring semester must do so by the first Monday in March Faculty Mentor Program is a part of the Office of Student Leadership and Development 3 located in the University Student Union USU room 103 History With the use of lottery funds allocated by legislature the California State University Chancellor s office initiated the pilot program Faculty Mentor Program in January of 1987 at eight of the CSU campuses During spring semester that same year the program was implemented at Stanislaus under the administration of Fred Edmonson Associate Vice President Dean of students with Dr Fred Hilpert professor of communication studies as Coordinator The original list of potential student participants protégés was received from the EOP Educational Opportunity Program One hundred twenty names were identified as the target population Eventually through personal contact written responses and or attendance at orientation sessions a total of 70 students volunteered to participate in the program The Faculty Mentor Program provides faculty mentors and educational and recreational programs to first generation and educationally environmentally or economically disadvantaged students Mentors must receive training before they are matched with student protégés From the beginning the program has encouraged one on one interactions between the mentor and student protégé This mentoring relationship improves academic achievement increases the retention and graduation of underrepresented minority students and develops a better faculty understanding of minority students The faculty members originally selected as mentors were Tom Carter Jay Christofferson Pete Mayol William Hayes Dean Horace Judson Ann Krabach Susan Middleton Keirn Delo Washington Tom Young Gerald Nicholas Fred Hilpert California State University Stanislaus One University

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  • Students | California State University Stanislaus
    in the Faculty Mentor Program Each protégé selects the participating faculty they would like to develop a mentoring relationship with Mentors and Protégés have the ability to attend events that fit their interest and schedules All FMP s events are completely voluntary for protégés and mentors Scheduled meetings between protégés and mentors besides program events are arranged between mentor and protégés Protégés are able to make lasting relationships with their mentors How can I become a protégé Come to the Office of Student Leadership and Development where the Faculty Mentor Program is located in the University Student Union USU room 103 and request a FMP Protege Application OR You may download the protege application click on highlighted text above and email it to Clarissa Lonn Nichols at clonn csustan edu Download Protege Application Download Protege Brochure Students applying to the program during the fall semester must do so before the first Monday of November Student applying to the program during the spring semester must do so before the first Monday in March Fill out application and return it to the FMP office located in the USU room 103 When you turn in your FMP Application to the Office of Student Leadership and Development you will be sent an email to set up a time to meet with Clarissa Lonn Nichols At the meeting she will guide you with how to choose a mentor and recommend which mentors may be a good match Students may also select a faculty member from the online FMP Mentor list and will need to arrange to meet with Clarissa Lonn Nichols to inquire if the mentor you wish to choose is available This person should be a person you would prefer to mentor you In order for your application to be completed you must receive

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  • Mentors | California State University Stanislaus
    basis that is arranged and provided by the program What does a mentor do Inspires you in bad times Develops the self confidence needed for growth Shares your values and ideas Guides you with mutual trust and understanding Helps you design clear and realistic goals Shares your dreams and enlarges your vision Encourages responsible behavior Believes in you Motivates encourages and advises you to succeed Helps you expand your horizons Assists you during a crisis or a turning point Boosts your self esteem Broadens your contacts on campus and in the community Supports your career and educational goals How long does mentoring last Mentor Protégé relationships can develop into friendships that last a lifetime FMP Trained Mentor List Last Name First Name Email Address Department Office Phone Aleman Elvin Ealeman csustan edu Chemistry N 359 667 3783 An Jung Ha jan csustan edu Mathematics S 109A 667 6523 Arounsack Steve sarounsack csustan edu Anthropology C 215F 667 3556 Avwunudiogba Austin avwunudiogba csustan edu Anthropology Geography and Ethnic Studies C 216A 667 3221 Bernard Jeff jbernard1 csustan edu Kinesiology F 137 667 6819 Bhaduri Ritan rbhaduri csustan edu Biology N 236 667 3485 Biedendorf Jennifer jbiedendorf csustan edu Communication Studies DBH 360 667 3320 Burroughs Nancy nburroughs csustan edu Communication Studies DBH 128 667 3271 Chan Sarah schan7 csustan edu Music M 42 667 3429 Chintakrindi Sriram schintakrindi csustan edu Criminal Justice C 125 667 3409 Claus Christopher cclaus csustan edu Communication Studies DBH 133 667 3374 Colnic Dave dcolnic csustan edu Political Science C 130B 667 3520 Cook Gina gcook2 csustan edu Psychology C 223D 667 3575 Dorsey Andy adorsey csustan edu English DBH 271 667 6842 Frost Jeffrey jfrost csustan edu Anthropology Geography Ethnic Studies C 216 667 3479 Gerson Marina mgerson csustan edu Biology N 272 664 6547

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  • FMP Student Organization | California State University Stanislaus
    Mentor Program FMP Student Organization FMP Student Organization Membership is open to all California State University Stanislaus students who are interested in the Faculty Mentor Program For more information please visit the University Student Union room 103 or email the program directly at SLD csustan edu FMP Student Organization Constitution pdf YOU RE INVITED TO ATTEND FMP Student Organization Meetings Spring 2015 Tuesdays at 5pm Bizzini Hall Room 107d Benefits of Joining Paired with a Faculty Mentor who will motivate encourage and advise you Supports career and educational goals Mentoring Relationships Academic Resources Networking Some Events Include All free and open to FMP Proteges Cultural Social Events Mini Retreats Annual Retreat at Lake Tulloch Resort Mentor Protege Luncheons and activities Executive Board Positions and Current Officers President Chelsea Hawthorn Vice President Reservation R25 Coordinator Ashley Campbell Secretary Debbie Blevins Treasurer Selena Campana Vice President of Programming Idorenyin Udoh Committee Head of Programming Idorenyin Udoh Vice President of Outreach Satinder Kaur Committee Head of Outreach Mikayla Johnson Vice President of Scholarships Jazmine Garcia Committee Head of Scholarships Maily Yang Vice President of Alumni Relations vacant Historian Igdalia Covarrubias Faculty Advisor Dr Christy Gonzales Faculty Advisor Email cgonzales csustan edu Program Support

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  • Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
    as well as other related professional development activities Assists faculty interested in integrating instructional technology to improve their teaching Works to create a collegial environment of shared purpose and mutual support and to cultivate a conversation about teaching and learning on campus Our Mission The primary mission of the Stan State Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning is to support faculty in their roles as teacher learners scholars and members of the university and wider community as a means of enhancing student learning Enhancement of faculty skills professional fulfillment and promotion of collegiality and a sense of campus community are integral to this mission Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning staff take a visionary role to promote the spirit of innovation and collaboration among faculty staff students and administrators at Stanislaus State Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning services are available to all university faculty at all stages of their professional careers as well as student teaching assistants Academic Senate 16 AS 97 Our Vision The Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning FCETL is a vibrant high profile easily accessible facility combining a variety of current faculty support offices in a location

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  • Announcements | California State University Stanislaus
    Campus Life Giving You are here Home Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Announcements Announcements FCETL Director Marina Gerson Marina M Gerson is the Director of the Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning She is especially interested in what the data say when it comes to implementing genuine strategies for success in the face to face or virtual classroom This perspective is no doubt a result of many hours mired in statistical analyses she earned a Ph D in Quantitative Biology from University of Texas at Arlington Marina came to CSU Stanislaus as a Lecturer in 2005 and was hired on the tenure track in 2006 when the previous herpetologist retired she was promoted to Associate Professor in 2011 She has broadly sampled the Faculty Center s offerings over the years and encourages you to do the same Marina invites you to come by the Faculty Development Center to chat pedagogy and share your ideas about how the center can help you to meet your goals Your every question about lizards ecology animal behavior or the desert are also welcomed Printer friendly version Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Announcements Book Clubs Faculty Development

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