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  • Meet our Staff | California State University Stanislaus
    our Staff Meet our Staff Shirley M Pok Vice President for University Advancement 209 667 3131 e mail Michele Lahti Associate Vice President University Development 209 667 3837 e mail Tim Lynch Associate Vice President Communications Public Affairs 209 667 3610 e mail Justine Borba Executive Assistant to the Vice President 209 667 3755 e mail Mary E Hartsfield Director for Annual Giving Vacant Director for Major Gifts Vacant Director for Advancement Operations 209 667 3380 e mail Robin Onsa Research Prospect Management Database Coordinator 209 667 3242 e mail Sandra Santini Gift Donor Records Coordinator 209 664 6515 e mail Lisa McMullen Director for Alumni Relations 209 667 3836 e mail Constance Anderson Director for Donor Special Events 209 667 3641 e mail Sharon Landon Donor Services Coordinator Janice Curtin Director for Communications Creative Services 209 664 6780 jcurtin csustan edu Brian VanderBeek Senior Writer Content Specialist 209 667 3884 bvanderbeek csustan edu Kristina Stamper Senior Communications Public Affairs Specialist 209 667 3916 kstamper csustan edu Mandeep Khaira Senior Web Electronic Communications Developer 209 667 3800 e mail Steve Caballero Graphic Designer 209 667 3931 e mail Printer friendly version University Advancement About the Vice President Alumni Relations Communications

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/university-advancement/meet-our-staff (2016-02-15)
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  • Policies & Procedures | California State University Stanislaus
    Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home University Advancement Policies Procedures Policies Procedures Standards for Gift Solicitation and Fundraising Manual Standards for Gift Processing Manual Gift Solicitation and Fundraising Policy University Sponsorship of Non University events Policy Printer friendly version University Advancement About the Vice President Alumni Relations Communications Public Affairs Development Meet our Staff Foundation Policies Procedures Title IX Contact Information Address California State

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/university-advancement/policies-procedures (2016-02-15)
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  • 3rd Floor | California State University Stanislaus
    Giving Presidential Fund for Regional Partnership Development Speak Proudly Stan State Fund University Colleges Athletics Plan Your Gift Philanthropic Partners Ways To Give Contact Us A Z Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Campus Map Floor Plans Mary Stuart Rogers Educational Services Gateway Building 3rd Floor 3rd Floor See Large Plan Printer friendly version Campus Map Amphitheater Art Building Campus Services Building Corporation Yard Demergasso Bava Hall Dorothy Bill Bizzini Hall Faculty Development Center Fitzpatrick Arena Health Center Housing Residential Life MSR Building 1st Floor 2nd Floor 3rd Floor Basement Main Dining Hall Music Naraghi Hall of Science Science 1 Student Recreation Complex Student Services Theatre Building University Bookstore University Union Vasche Library Maps Directions Print Friendly Stanislaus State Map to Campus pdf Map of Campus pdf Stockton Center Site Map pdf Acacia Court Map pdf Mailing Address Department Name if known Stanislaus State One University Circle Turlock California 95382 0299 Campus Hours Regular Hours PST 8 a m to 5 p m M F Summer Hours PST June through August 7 30 a m to 4 p m M F California

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/campus-maps/msr-building/3rd-floor (2016-02-15)
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  • One Purpose Leaders Emphasize Importance of Scholarships
    is to our community Teams of volunteers will share the message of One Purpose during the six week fund drive which kicks off Aug 27 Through their efforts as University ambassadors the campaign aims to raise 1 million for scholarships that will go directly to students One Purpose is a catalyst for connecting people with our campus said Jacqueline Holt director of annual giving at CSU Stanislaus who is coordinating the campaign effort When someone volunteers for or gives to the annual campaign they have the opportunity to learn about the many wonderful activities that are going on here in our athletics arts and academic programs Additionally they are empowered to be a part of something meaningful and enduring providing scholarships for student success One Purpose scholarships are awarded to students who excel academically and are making positive contributions to their programs The announcement of scholarship awards began in May and by the beginning of the fall semester more than 125 students from disciplines across campus will be recognized as One Purpose scholars Students who have received One Purpose scholarships are feeling energized and motivated Holt said They recognize that the community is investing in them and they feel more connected to the region Those students also become passionate about giving back to the community that has supported them It s a positive cycle with the potential to move our region forward An educated workforce is a crucial component for a healthy economy and with a large number of graduates staying and working in the area CSU Stanislaus provides that important resource for the region Attracting talented motivated students recognizing their achievements and providing them with resources to complete their education are among the principal goals of One Purpose I believe it is important to keep bright students in the

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/print/article/one-purpose-leaders-emphasize-importance-scholarships (2016-02-15)
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  • One Purpose Endowment Receives $250K Seed Gift
    and California The seven Gemperle siblings Heidi Gemperle Anita Mahaffey Susan Abdo Peter Gemperle Richard Gemperle Stephen Gemperle and Michael Gemperle came together to make this significant gift Their father and mother the late Ernie and Annemarie Gemperle established a longstanding family involvement with the University Each of the siblings expressed their joy in continuing the tradition of their parents by supporting education and their belief in the value of investing in students My parents encouraged all of us to get an education and so for us to continue our parents legacy of supporting education is meaningful said Anita Mahaffey I believe that education is a gift that keeps on giving When you change someone s life with education you not only change his or her circumstance but you have an impact for generations to come They will inspire their children and then those children will inspire others Growing up locally and contributing to the success of Gemperle Family Farms each of the siblings has watched the region grow and recognize the impact of CSU Stanislaus graduates We ve seen the good that One Purpose does in the community and to assist students who are graduating from the University And many of these student achievements are being made by first generation students and their families said Steve Gemperle president of Gemperle Family Farms and member of the CSU Stanislaus Foundation Board We believe that giving opportunities to these students helps them to become greater contributors to the community after they graduate This is an important investment that will benefit local businesses The family also shared their belief that CSU Stanislaus is a gem in the Valley that contributes to the education of our workforce Education is key to any community s success as it attracts bright students and brings in

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/print/article/one-purpose-endowment-receives-250k-seed-gift (2016-02-15)
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  • Money Magazine Names CSU Stanislaus Nation’s Top Value-Added Public University
    national list with two private colleges Robert Morris University of Chicago and Mt St Mary s University of Los Angeles taking the top spots Four CSUs made Money s Top 50 list with Long Beach State at No 10 San Diego State at No 39 and Chico State at No 49 Money s value added list was computed as a subset of the magazine s annual ranking of colleges that offer overall value in education On that list Stanislaus ranked No 82 nationally tied with Cal Maritime for the top spot among the 23 CSU campuses To arrive at the rankings the magazine started by screening out schools with graduation rates below median levels then added ranking factors such as educational quality affordability and alumni earnings It used the economic and educational background of students to apply an additional grade and then computed the total affordability of the degree including availability of merit based aid the average amount of student loan burden the average time it takes to graduate and anticipated tuition increases The high marks in the Money magazine rankings closely follow those of U S News World Report which placed the University among the top 10 four year schools in the country in serving Hispanic students The report uses 2013 data to place Stanislaus No 9 in the nation with a student population that measures 45 percent Hispanic The statistic closely mirrors the makeup of Stanislaus County which according to 2013 census figures is 43 5 percent Hispanic According to the U S Department of Education Hispanic students make up 12 3 percent of all four year college students nationwide but the number is growing faster than any other racial or ethnic group rising more than 20 percent since 2010 Texas A M International University located less than

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/print/article/money-magazine-names-csu-stanislaus-nations-top-value-added-public-university (2016-02-15)
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  • Meet the Students
    solve problems is one of the most important parts of a college education Meet Alyssa Long Alyssa Long has always had a love for reading and grew up knowing that she wanted to attend college and become an English teacher like her mother I knew that getting the best grades and being involved in my community would prepare me for success in school and in life she said I also believed that my education would be what I made of it the effort that I put in would affect both my experience in school and what I ultimately learned A dedicated student Alyssa said she was inspired by her mother not only to become an English teacher but also to pursue an education that would impact her life and her community My mother s family who are Japanese were in internment camps she explained Her family had lost everything and they knew that education was the key to building a new life Alyssa has a vision to create better circumstances for students right here in the Central Valley After she completes her bachelor s degree in liberal studies and earns her teaching credential at Stanislaus State Alyssa plans to broaden her horizons with the ultimate goal of bringing those experiences back to a classroom in the Valley She hopes to serve as an example for her future students to dream big and to be positive I want to make my community a better place to live she said That is what One Purpose is doing it s encouraging students to make a positive difference in the community Being a One Purpose scholar has reaffirmed Alyssa s goals and is motivating her to be a catalyst for giving and gratitude in her community Receiving a scholarship has fueled my fire to keep my grades up and to give back to the community that invested in me I want to be able to pay it forward someday and truly say thank you for this opportunity Meet Marcelle Winkler Pursuing her personal best has always been important to Marcelle Winkler A graduate of Pitman High School Marcelle decided to apply for the School of Nursing at Stanislaus State because of its reputation for exemplary programs and it s right here in her hometown I chose nursing because I love people and I love caring for them she said I recently participated in my first mentor day in a hospital setting and I really enjoyed it That experience deepened my confidence that nursing is the right career for me Marcelle was further motivated as the recipient of a One Purpose scholarship She said that the scholarship encouraged her to keep pushing through some of her more difficult classes and that it was nice to know her hard work was paying off It was so wonderful to know that someone gave in order to make education accessible for me she said This recognition is affirming and that feeling makes pursing an education more fulfilling and

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/print/one-purpose/meet-students (2016-02-15)
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  • About One Purpose | California State University Stanislaus
    This effort brings together enthusiastic volunteers generous donors and dedicated members of the community through its six week fund drive Stanislaus State attracts bright diverse and talented students with a wide range of experiences perspectives and abilities One Purpose celebrates students who have demonstrated academic excellence by providing them with scholarships that will help them reach their full potential We are proud of last fall s inaugural One Purpose effort where 175 volunteers and 750 donors raised 818 841 And 50 percent of those who gave were first time donors to the university Those efforts equate to dollars that are making a difference today in the lives of the 125 current students who have been awarded One Purpose scholarships for the 2015 2016 academic year Becoming a member of One Purpose means more than giving a donation consider it an investment in students who will become part of a robust college educated workforce Every dollar has a million possibilities and positively impacts the region Donors have the opportunity to give at various pledge levels to help reach the goal of raising 1 million in just six short weeks By reaching our fund drive goal of 1 million Stanislaus State will

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/one-purpose/about (2016-02-15)
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