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  • 1st Floor | California State University Stanislaus
    Campus Life 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 Naraghi Hall of Science 1st Floor 1st 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 Main Dining Hall Music Naraghi Hall of Science 1st Floor 2nd Floor 3rd Floor 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 State University

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  • Grants & Programs
    Demergasso Bava Hall room 101 CSET 2 Dates Saturday November 7 2015 6 hours Saturday November 21 2015 6 hours Times 9 00a 3 00p Location Demergasso Bava Hall room 101 Registration Fee for CSET 1 2 50 CSET workbook included Remember to bring a graphing calculator Dr Sundar s Math Programs Math and Science Teacher Initiative Scholarship 28 1 000 Open to current Single Subject Credential Candidates who would like to add a Foundational Level Math or General Science Credential to their current credential Scholarship recipients will receive 1 000 Scholarship Reimbursement of CSET Registration Fees for CSET s exams completed by August 30 2014 Free CSET Study Guide for add on content area Math or Science Free admission to Math CSET Workshops for recipents adding on a math credential Application Deadline Wednesday April 16 2014 Math and Science Teacher Initiative Scholarship 29 1 000 for Spring or Summer 2014 Open to Sr level math and science majors who will be pursuing a teaching credential Liberal Studies majors who would like to add a Foundational Level Math or General Science content area credential to their Multiple Subject Credential Multiple Subject credential candidates who would like to add a Foundational Level Math or General Science content area credential to their Multiple Subject Credential Scholarship recipients will receive 1 000 Scholarship in exchange for 50 hours of field service in an approved program during spring or summer of 2014 Reimbursement of CSET and or CBEST registraiton fees upon proof of passing Free CSET Study Guide for add on content area Math or Science Free admission to Math CSET Workshops for recipents adding on a math credential CBEST Study Guide if CBEST is needed Free admission to CBEST Workshop Implementing CCSS In this 20 hour Institute Teachers will take part in creating and using manipulatives games and puzzles to engage students in mathematical discourse They will also get examples of hands on activities for students aligned with CCSS M to promote students conceptual understanding Dates July 9 11 Times 8 00 a m 4 00 p m Location Science 1 Room 129 Math Writers Instit ute The purpose of this 30 hour workshop is to guide the participant in writing an article for a math journal visual ComMunicator and Journal of CMP Dates July 15 18 Times 10 00 a m 3 00 p m Location Science 1 Rooms 205 and 207 Fabulous Fractions The 20 hour Institute will cover models of multiplication and division of fractions Our development of fractions will follow the Common Core State Standards development Dates July 28 30 Times 8 00 a m 4 00 p m Location Science 1 Rooms 205 and 207 CSET 30 CSET 1 Dates July 14 15 16 17 18 21 22 23 Times 9 00a 12 00p Location Bizzini Hall room 201 CSET 2 Dates July 12 19 26 August 2 9 Times 9 00a 3 30p Location Science 1 room 129 To Register CSET registration form 31 For Professional Development Units See University Extended Education Form 32 Geometry Math Camp 33 33 View Geometry Math Camp Flyer 33 Dates July 7 28 Times 9 00 am 12 00 pm Location Demergasso Bava Hall Registration 33 https commerce cashnet com CSUSTANUASPCCE 18 Spring Math Camp 34 View Spring Math Camp Flyer 34 Dates April 21 25 2014 Times 2 00p 4 00p Location Demergasso Bava Hall Registration https commerce cashnet com CSUSTANUASPCCE 18 Noyce Scholars Brochure 35 pdf Financial Literacy and Awareness Means Equity Dollars FLAME This money management and financial training course is open to all female Stanislaus State students faculty and staff Dates Jul 23 July 30 August 6 August 13 Time and Location 4 15 7 00 PM Science I Room 120 building 9 9 FREE 36 FLAME flyer 37 pdf FLAME Registration link commerce cashnet com Math1 5 High School Mathematics Access Program HiMAP 38 HiMAP Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Informational Flyer 39 pdf HiMAP Brochure 40 pdf HiMAP Fall 2013 Spring Spring 2014 Application Form 41 pdf HiMAP Emergency Form 42 pdf HiMAP Code of Conduct 43 pdf HiMAP Rules 44 pd Central California Math Project CCMP More information 45 Summer Institute July29 August 2 2013 Click here for more information 45 CCMP Annual Conference March 16 2013 go to CCMP Home Page for more info CCMP Saturday Series Stanislaus State 2013 2014 January 18 February 22 March 22 April 5 May 10 For more information visit the CCMP Home Page For more information visit the CCMP Home Page Spring 2014 CSET Review Sessions More details 45 CSET Review Flyer 46 pdf CSET I Review Flyer 47 pdf CSET II Flyer 48 pdf Registration Form for CSET Review Sessions 49 pdf Previous Programs Pre Freshman Enrichment Program PREP brochure 50 pdf Summer 2013 June10 June 27 2013 three week inter active Math Science Program Deadline to Register June 1st What is PREP A pre collegiate Enrichment Program Who can participate Students in grades 6 8 Please Contact SCOE Foster Youth Services 209 238 1510 Where does PREP meet Stanislaus State campus Enrollment form 51 pdf Field Trip Parent Permission form 52 pdf Emergency Contact form 53 pdf Youth Spring Math Camp Grades 3 6 54 Cost FREE Math and Science Teacher Initiative MSTI FUTURE MATH SCIENCE TEACHER SCHOLARSHIP 1000 for Spring 2013 Submit completed application to the Teacher Recruitment Retention Office DBH 322 by March 1 2013 Applications will be reviewed as they are submitted The Future Math Science Teacher Scholarship is open to Jr or Sr Math Science Majors who intend to teach at the middle or high school level Selected recipients will receive a 1 000 scholarship in exchange for 50 hours of field service tutoring in area schools and programs Scholarship Recipient Must Be a Stanislaus State math or science major at the Jr or Sr level Be enrolled full time Possess a minimum 2 75 GPA Enter the Stanislaus State Single Subject Credential Program in math or science upon graduation Provide 50

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/print/math/grants-programs (2016-02-15)
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  • Clubs & Organizations | California State University Stanislaus
    Campus Life 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 College of Science Mathematics Department Clubs Organizations Clubs Organizations SIAM Club Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics CSU Stanislaus has a local SIAM chapter The mission of SIAM is to build cooperation between mathematics and the worlds of science and technology through our publications research and community CSU Stanislaus Math Club The purpose of this organization is to give math and non math majors the opportunity to meet and interact with fellow students MCS3 Speaker Series The goal of the Speaker Series is to provide quality accessible talks on topics in Mathematics and Computer Science for the CSU Stanislaus students faculty and community Printer friendly version Mathematics Clubs Organizations Department Directory Grants Programs FLAME CCMP HiMAP Student Support Advising Advising Statement Who to See List Studying Mathematics Degrees and Programs Liberal Studies Concentration SMPP in Mathematics SSCP in Mathematics Accessibility Emergency Preparedness Title IX California State University

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/math/clubs-organizations (2016-02-15)
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  • Department Directory | California State University Stanislaus
    Directory Department Directory Faculty Name Homepage Email Phone 209 Office Dr Abram Michael mabram1 csustan edu 667 3593 S 131A Dr Abram Tom tabram csustan edu 667 3593 S 131A Mr Adams Doug Profadams42 charter net 667 3461 S 121C Dr An Jung Ha jan csustan edu 664 6523 S 109A Dr Bice Michael mbice csustan edu 667 3587 S 109C Ms Bautista Elda ebautista csustan edu 667 3430 S 109D Dr Coughlin Heather hcoughlin csustan edu 667 3444 S 109E Ms Diaz Lisa ldiaz csustan edu 667 3461 S 121A Dr Fazal Abdul safazal csustan edu 667 3540 S 121B Dr Hoover Kenneth khoover csustan edu 667 3266 S 123E Mrs Sheri Natvig Hoover shoover1 csustan edu 667 3461 S 121D Dr Jóhannsdóttir Björg bjohannsdottir csustan edu 667 3547 S 111 Dr Jue Brian bjue csustan edu 664 6503 S 109F Mr Lok Ron rlok csustan edu 667 3461 S 109D Mr Lynch Tony alynch csustan edu 667 3461 S 121C Mr Magner Phil pmagner csustan edu 664 6507 S 123C Dr Martin David dmartin9 csustan edu 667 3492 S 123F Dr Martin Melanie mmartin cs csustan edu 667 3787 S 123D Mr Michaelis Paul pmichaelis csustan edu 667 3461 S 121A Mr Mitchell Patrick patrick mitchell mccd edu 667 3461 S 121D Ms Moore Natalia nmoore csustan edu 667 3462 S 113 Mr Poole Steve spoole csustan edu 667 3240 S 121E Dr Reneau Dana Chair dreneau csustan edu 667 3594 S 107C Ms Sekhon Manpreet MSekhon csustan edu 667 3239 S 121F Dr Sundar Viji vsundar csustan edu 667 3595 S 131B Dr Wu Yanhong ywu1 csustan edu 667 3346 S 115 Math Department Secretary Name Email Phone 209 Office Melanie Myers mmyers1 csustan edu 667 3461 S 107 Math Grants Name Email Phone 209 Office Central

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  • CCMP | California State University Stanislaus
    teachers to support the teaching and learning of statistics and probability This two day facilitator training will take a close look at the modules instructional guides for facilitators and the materials available for use with teachers focusing specifically on grades 6 8 Date Feb 29 Mar 1 2016 Location Fresno Region exact location TBA Registration Fee 250 00 Attendees will receive Access to Statistics Modules in iBook or PDF format Facilitator notes and teacher resources Register online For more information visit the event website Questions Contact Ann Park It is all about fractions View workshop flyer Where Stanislaus State Turlock Campus Building Science I RM S120 Register http tinyurl com 2015CCMP Frac Registration Fee 150 20 hours towards of Professional Development Units available PD units are an extra purchase 15 hours to each unit When July 20th 8 00 am 3 30 pm July 21st 8 00 am 3 30 pm July 22nd 8 00 am 2 30 pm For Additional Information please contact Dr Coughlin hcoughlin csustan edu Dr Jóhannsdóttir bjohannsdottir csustan edu CSET View Flyer PDF CBEST View Flyer PDF CSET 1 Dates April 25 May 2 9 16 23 Times 9 00a 12 30p Location Demergasso Bava Hall room 102 CSET 2 Dates April 25 May 2 9 16 23 Times 1 00 4 30p Location Demergasso Bava Hall room 103 Registration Fee 200 00 CSET workbook included Registration is free for currently enrolled Stan State students CSET Workbook Fee 75 00 For Professional Development Units See University Extended Education Form CCMP Mathematics PD Series for Math Teachers Monthy Lesson Planning Retreat K 12 Where Stanislaus State Science Building 9 Room TBA For who Grades K 12 Cost 25 00 per session or 150 for all 8 sessions Purchase order acceptable When Fall 2015 September 12 October

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/math/ccmp (2016-02-15)
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  • High School Mathematics Access Program | California State University Stanislaus
    Math is a Cinch Yard by Yard It is Very Hard r Background and Description The High School Mathematics Access Program HiMAP was launched in 1995 at California State University Stanislaus by Dr Viji Sundar who continues to direct the program HiMAP addresses the challenges identified in national statistics that shows students do not pursue mathematics and science classes with the same level of confidence and aptitude as other subjects HiMAP is a Pre Collegiate Academic program for students in the University s service area which includes Stanislaus San Joaquin and Merced county areas Planning and Objectives The program involves coaching sessions in mathematics chemistry biology general science and computers enrichment lessons in mathematics coaching for SAT 1 and A P calculus The students attend a total of 20 24 sessions per year The program is designed to coach participants on an ongoing basis to keep them competent and confident in their school mathematic and science classes to show that a college education in within their reach both academically and financially and to acquaint them to possible careers in mathematics science and engineering with presentations by area professionals whose high school days and family background mirror theirs The program acts as a resource as well as to mentor and guide students while providing the necessary fuel for these young students to pursue and persevere in their school mathematics and science courses Audience The program is available to all students in grades 6 12 who attend schools in the University s service area The program is designed to serve about 100 students each year Students commute an average of 30 miles round trip to attend HiMAP Resources In each of the first two years 1995 96 and 1996 97 the program received a 5 000 grant from the Tensor Foundation Mathematical

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/math/himap (2016-02-15)
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  • Student Support & Advising | California State University Stanislaus
    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 College of Science Mathematics Department Student Support Advising Student Support Advising Who to See List ELM Information Advising Statement Flow Chart for Developement Math pdf Printer friendly version Mathematics Clubs Organizations Department Directory Grants Programs FLAME CCMP HiMAP Student Support Advising Advising Statement

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  • Advising Statement | California State University Stanislaus
    mathematics planning a career in business or industry or planning to go to graduate school in Applied Mathematics e g at UC Merced Program requirements Not all upper division mathematics courses are offered every semester or even every year In particular Numerical Analysis Operations Research Differential Equations and Complex Variables are offered every other year You need to plan out your schedule for your whole program especially after Calculus II If we make any changes to semesters in which courses are offered you will be notified SMPP There are extra courses that you need to take in order to get into the credential program at CSU Stanislaus Packets are available at the Teacher Education office DHB303 or online at the Teacher Ed website www csustan edu TeacherEd These requirements do occasionally change and are not grandfathered so you will need to check them periodically You will also need to have the Math Department verify completion of Subject Matter requirements when applying to the Credential Program Dr Johannsdottir is the one who fills out Form V Verification of Subject Matter Preparation Program Bring your form to Dr Johannsdottir at least a week or two in advance of the application deadline for his signature Senior Seminar Math 4960 Senior Seminar in Mathematics is required for the BA with SMPP but not for either the BA without SMPP or BS degrees Those completing the requirements for either the BA without SMPP or BS degrees in Mathematics may take any WP course they want Students need to take and pass the WPST before taking any WP course Senior Seminar is offered only during the Fall semester Abstract Algebra and Real Analysis Math 4130 Real Analysis I and Math 4530 Abstract Algebra are two difficult classes Real Analysis is only offered in Fall and Abstract

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