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  • Keck Computer Labs | California State University Stanislaus
    of the Arts Humanities and Social Sciences Welcome to the Keck Computer Labs These labs are operated by the College of the Arts Humanities and Social Sciences Our three computer labs offer students unique opportunities to use the latest in computer technology to enhance their skills in a variety of subject matter The Modern Language lab offers a wide variety of audio and video material as well as specialized software to aid students in learning or improving their language skills The Geography GIS lab provides students with the latest in Geographic Information Systems software as well as the ability to produce large maps and posters and Web enabled maps The Music Technology lab is a modern recording studio allowing students access to the latest in professional recording hardware and software Stop by for a visit to see how the Keck Computer Labs can enhance your experience at CSU Stanislaus We are located in the Library Building Suite 110 Click the map for a larger map Printer friendly version CAHSS Keck Computer Labs Labs and Services Related Links Geography Lab Class Schedule Modern Languages Lab Class Schedule Music Technology Lab Class Schedule Hours of Operation Monday 8 00 a m 7

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/keck-lab (2016-02-15)
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  • Harassment Policies/Complaint Procedures | California State University Stanislaus
    About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home College of the Arts Humanities and Social Sciences Harassment Policies Complaint Procedures Harassment Policies Complaint Procedures Links and Documents Sexual Harassment Title IX CSU Stanislaus Stop Abuse Campaign Stop Abuse Campaign Luncheon Flyer Student Complaint Procedures Printer friendly version College of the Arts Humanities and Social Sciences Welcome Message About The College College Documents Events Departments and Programs Assessment

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  • Social Justice in the Central Valley | California State University Stanislaus
    collaboration with several partners we now seek funding to expand the pilots RJOY has had programs at three school sites West Oakland Middle School Ralph Bunche Continuation School and a three year demonstration program at East Oakland s Castlemont Community of Small Schools funded by a grant from The California Endowment s Building Healthy Communities Initiative Goals of the demonstration program were to reduce violence arrests and suspensions particularly of youth of color while decreasing associated costs and promoting parent and community engagement Having trained and made presentations to more than 1500 key justice community school and philanthropic stakeholders as well as youth in the Oakland metropolitan area and having significantly influenced policy changes in our schools and juvenile justice system RJOY has already made headway toward its strategic goal of effectuating a fundamental shift from punitive zero tolerance approaches to youthful wrongdoing that increase harm toward more restorative approaches that heal it Thursday Nov 5 6pm Snider Hall opening presentation to Keynote Program Victor Lewis Race Power and Privilege personal healing social justice Victor Lewis is a nationally recognized social justice educator trainer and activist He has conducted keynote speeches seminars workshops and train the trainer programs throughout the U S and abroad Lewis is the founder and Director of the Radical Resilience Institute As a Progressive Life Coach his work supports transformative change agents in improving and maximizing their emotional resilience mental flexibility and personal performance and effectiveness Lewis brings a unique socially progressive vision to the work of personal growth personal empowerment and emotional health This is the fruit of his 30 years search for personal healing and social justice and nearly as many years of innovating practice in using liberatory educational approaches to bring healing and justice to others Lewis is best known for his inspiring leadership role in the award winning race relations documentary The Color of Fear Lewis is co author with Hugh Vasquez of Lessons from The Color of Fear a four volume multi media curriculum to be used in conjunction with the film This is an indispensable resource for educators diversity trainers and facilitators Lewis also conducts trainings using the curriculum Lewis is also a contributor to the anthology Crash Course Reflections on the Film Crash for Critical Dialogues about Race Power and Privilege Between 1990 96 Lewis served as Director of Adult Education at the Oakland Men s Project OMP one of the oldest and most respected multicultural violence prevention training programs in the nation He is a past member of the board of A Safe Place the battered women s shelter program for the city of Oakland California Currently he is Co Chair of the Black Church and Domestic Violence Institute An activist with deep environmental concern Lewis is a founding board member of the Urban Habitat Program and a former board member of Urban Ecology Inc Lewis received his Master of Arts in Culture and Spirituality in 1987 from the Institute in Culture and Creation Spirituality ICCS at Holy

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/social-justice-conference (2016-02-15)
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  • Welcome Message | California State University Stanislaus
    equipped with the skills knowledge and abilities needed to address the challenges facing schools social service agencies and communities Our talented staff and faculty are devoted to the highest quality programs that meet state and national accreditation standards Approximately 1 000 undergraduate and 500 post baccalaureate and graduate students are enrolled in programs within our five departments The Liberal Studies and Kinesiology departments offer undergraduate majors for students who are interested in entering a teaching credential program or are aiming for a career in Physical Education or Health and Wellness The department of Social Work prepares future social workers to advance social justice and address the many social issues facing our region and nation Professional certification programs in Multiple Subject Single Subject and Special Education are located in the Department of Teacher Education The Department of Advanced Studies offers graduate programs preparing school administrators counselors reading specialists curriculum specialists educational technologists and our doctoral program in Educational Leadership When you visit our College you will find a vibrant academic environment with a commitment to diversity and educational opportunities for all We are proud of our programs and our strong community partnerships and we invite you to explore what we have

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  • About our College | California State University Stanislaus
    Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home College of Education Kinesiology Social Work About our College About our College The mission of the College of Education Kinesiology Social Work is to engage faculty and students in instruction scholarship and professional experiences that provide subject specific pedagogical and practical knowledge essential for planning implementing and assessing educationally related activities We are committed to the development of diverse educational leaders who meet the needs of a multicultural and multilingual society Our programs are designed to advance the ethical behaviors and professional leadership capacities of students through participation in coursework field experiences and scholarly activities that together cultivate reflection and encourage innovation in educational settings We provide multiple and systematic opportunities for students to make connections between their professional responsibilities and their roles as educational leaders in the larger society and to serve as advocates for children families and communities The College offers both initial and advanced credential and certificate programs that are approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing CCTC Master of Arts programs and a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership Printer friendly version College of Education Kinesiology Social Work Welcome Message About our College Mission and Vision Student

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/coeksw/about-our-college (2016-02-15)
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  • Accreditation | California State University Stanislaus
    Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home College of Education Kinesiology Social Work Accreditation Accreditation Recognized for Excellence Accreditation is a voluntary quality assurance process that assists institutions in developing and maintaining the highest educational standards Since 1963 Stanislaus State has been accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges WASC In addition each of the colleges has earned accreditation for their individual programs The College of Education Kinesiology Social Work is accredited by California Commission on Teacher Credentialing CCTC National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education NCATE The Master of Social Work program is accredited by Council on Social Work Education COE 2013 14 Data pdf 2013 14 Teaching Performance Assessment pdf MSCP TPE 2013 14 TPE Rating pdf Education Specialist Data pdf Educational Administration pdf Reading Specialist Exit Oral Interview Data pdf School Counseling pdf 2013 14 Teaching Performance Assessment pdf MSCP TPE 2013 14 TPE Rating pdf Education Specialist Data pdf Educational Administration pdf Reading Specialist Exit Oral Interview Data pdf School Counseling pdf Printer friendly version College of Education Kinesiology Social Work Welcome Message About our College Mission and Vision Student Learning Outcomes Departments and Programs Team LEARN

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  • College of Education, Kinesiology & Social Work
    the skills knowledge and abilities needed to address the challenges facing schools social service agencies and communities Read more 2 Accreditation 3 4 Accreditation is a voluntary quality assurance process that assists institutions in developing and maintaining the highest educational standards Since 1963 Stanislaus State has been accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges WASC In addition each of the colleges has earned accreditation for their individual programs

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  • Mission and Vision | California State University Stanislaus
    Life Giving You are here Home College of Education Kinesiology Social Work Mission and Vision Mission and Vision Mission Statement Preparing Leaders in Learning The mission of the College of Education Kinesiology Social Work is to engage faculty and students in instruction scholarship and professional experiences that provide subject specific pedagogical and practical knowledge essential for planning implementing and assessing educationally related activities We are committed to the development of diverse educational leaders who meet the needs of a multicultural and multilingual society Our programs are designed to advance the ethical behaviors and professional leadership capacities of students through participation in coursework field experiences and scholarly activities that together cultivate reflection and encourage innovation in educational settings We provide multiple and systematic opportunities for students to make connections between their professional responsibilities and their roles as educational leaders in the larger society and to serve as advocates for children families and communities Vision Statement Enhancing Life long Learning The preparation programs in the College of Education Kinesiology Social Work strive to instill professional habits that result in life long learning We endeavor to prepare educators who impact positively and optimally on the academic achievement and well being of all of their P 14 pupils To this end we model a culture of educational accessibility and respect for diversity we foster a climate of intellectual engagement and rigor and we model systematic use of assessment and reflection to inform decision making We strive to ensure that College of Education Kinesiology Social Work students faculty and staff reflect the diversity of our local communities possess the competence and confidence to provide leadership in their professional roles and actively pursue personal and professional life long learning Printer friendly version College of Education Kinesiology Social Work Welcome Message About our College Mission and Vision

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