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  • Submission Best Practices | California State University Stanislaus
    to Action is a specific item for COEKSW Describing the event as a writing workshop shows that it is about writing the commitment to action rather than brainstorming or completing the action Poor examples Commitment to Action Workshop This provides no context about what the Commitment to Action is or what the workshop is about Learn to write your COEKSW Commitment to Action This is informal and would work better in the description Description We recommend including the most important information at the beginning of the description and focus on describing why people will want to come to your event Most readers will skim the first few sentences Paste your information as plain text to ensure that formatting is not accidentally carried over You can paste your content into a text editor such as Note Pad or Text Edit to remove any formatting and then paste it into the calendar description Don t use special formatting font size color etc other than bold or italic Only make words bold if they are very important for people to read if they are skimming Avoid using underlines as site visitors will mistake underlined text for links Do DO keep sentences and paragraphs short and easy to scan DO double check your spelling DO provide links to relevant content linking words that accurately describe the linked page DO configure all links to external sites to open in a new window DO spell out acronyms that may be unfamiliar to most audiences DO indicate if an RSVP is required Don t DON T underline important words instead use bold or italic DON T say click here instead link descriptive words Poor example Click here to learn more about the Stanislaus State Department of Music Rewrite to say Learn more about the Stanislaus State Department

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/university-events/submission-best-practices (2016-02-15)
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  • Events | California State University Stanislaus
    Campus Life Giving You are here Home School of the Arts Events Events Welcome to the School of the Arts Events page From exhibits in our three galleries exciting theatre performances in our campus venues or an exquisite evening immersed in live music at the Bernell Flora Snider Music Recital Hall this is the place to find the latest information Upcoming Events Select a venue to see the current schedule

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/soa/events (2016-02-15)
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  • Training Calendar | California State University Stanislaus
    Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Campus Training Professional Development Training Calendar Training Calendar Your browser must support JavaScript to view this content Please enable JavaScript in your browser settings then try again Events calendar powered by Trumba Printer friendly version Campus Training Professional Development Training Calendar Staff Faculty Administration Students Course Index Troubleshooting FAQs Required Training by Job Classification Absence Management Review Contact Information University Calendar

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/training-development/calendar (2016-02-15)
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  • Hartsfield Named Stanislaus State Director of Annual Giving | California State University Stanislaus
    Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home University News News Briefs Hartsfield Named Stanislaus State Director of Annual Giving Hartsfield Named Stanislaus State Director of Annual Giving February 4 2016 The Division of University Advancement at California State University Stanislaus has named Mary Hartsfield as its new Director of Annual Giving Hartsfield previously worked for six years at Emanuel Medical Center in Turlock where she was in charge of overseeing all operating functions and reporting systems in support of the hospital s comprehensive fundraising program In excess of 9 5 million was raised during her time at Emanuel Emanuel utilized the team concept approach similar to the one used by Stanislaus State in its successful One Purpose annual campaign devoted solely to scholarships for student success I am excited to have the privilege of engaging campus and community members in One Purpose to afford them the unique opportunity to support student success and feed into the region s workforce Hartsfield said Hartsfield who earned her bachelor s degree in management from the University of West Florida joined the University in October 2014 as Director of Advancement Operations I have great confidence in Ms Hartsfield from having worked with her for more than seven years first at Emanuel Medical Center and now at Stanislaus State said Shirley Pok vice president for university advancement The One Purpose annual campaign will surely benefit from Ms Hartsfield s skilled oversight as well as from her genuine appreciation for volunteers and donors She is a poised professional who enters new situations with care and preparedness and is equally equipped to cultivate a sense of confidence with long standing constituents For more information about One Purpose and to learn how you can become involved in supporting student success

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/university-news/news-briefs/hartsfield-named-stanislaus-state-director-annual-giving (2016-02-15)
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  • Stanislaus State Hosts Annual Chicano Youth Conference | California State University Stanislaus
    Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home University News News Briefs Stanislaus State Hosts Annual Chicano Youth Conference Stanislaus State Hosts Annual Chicano Youth Conference Stanislaus State hosted the 11th annual Chicano Youth Conference on Jan 30 with Pedro Nava addressing the issues of empowerment and opportunity through education within the Hispanic community Nava an assistant professor in the Graduate School of Education in the Educational Leadership Program at Mills College comes from a migrant background He grew up in Planada Merced County where as a young child he would travel with his family and stay in farm labor camps for six months at a time He credits the love and work ethic of his parents and the mentorship of his family and community for his educational success Nava graduated from Le Grand High School He went on to earn his bachelor s degree from Fresno State and his master s from Harvard before attaining his doctorate in education with a focus on urban education from UCLA Each year the conference targets middle school high school and college students It strives to motivate and inspire students to continue their education beyond high school while assisting

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/university-news/news-briefs/stanislaus-state-hosts-annual-chicano-youth-conference (2016-02-15)
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  • Panel Discussion with Acclaimed Composer Jake Heggie Feb. 5 | California State University Stanislaus
    Panel Discussion with Acclaimed Composer Jake Heggie Feb 5 Panel Discussion with Acclaimed Composer Jake Heggie Feb 5 January 28 2016 Anyone who appreciates the arts from opera fans to creative writers is encouraged to attend a panel discussion with internationally acclaimed composer Jake Heggie taking place on the Stanislaus State campus Feb 5 Heggie whose work includes operas Moby Dick and Dead Man Walking will be joined by librettist and stage director John de los Santos to discuss the collaboration that takes place between composers and librettists writers in the creation of opera The discussion will be followed by a question and answer session with the audience The event will serve as a kickoff for poets and composers including Stanislaus State students collaborating to write new music through the Music Verse Program a partnership of Townsend Opera and the Stanislaus State Department of Music We continuously seek opportunities for our students to collaborate with professional musicians said Department of Music Chair Deborah Kavasch This partnership represents a unique chance for young artists to create new music in collaboration with our community of local poets and to have feedback throughout the process from professional composers The panel discussion will be

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/university-news/news-briefs/panel-discussion-acclaimed-composer-jake-heggie-feb-5 (2016-02-15)
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  • Harrison Named Dean of Stockton Center | California State University Stanislaus
    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 University News News Briefs Harrison Named Dean of Stockton Center Harrison Named Dean of Stockton Center January 28 2016 Faimous J L Harrison a leader in postsecondary education through much of his 24 years in the field has been appointed to the position of dean of the California State University Stanislaus Stockton Center effective Feb 1 Harrison comes to Stanislaus State from Central Washington University where he was the regional director for campuses and community partnerships He also served as site director for Central Washington Lynnwood He earned a doctorate in adult education and higher education leadership from Oregon State holds a master s degree in education from Seattle Pacific and earned his bachelor s degree in sociology from Washington Ashour Badal who served as the interim dean will return to his position as associate dean of University Extended Education Printer friendly version University News Accolades News Briefs For Media Submit an Idea University Experts Speakers Alumni

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/university-news/news-briefs/harrison-named-dean-stockton-center (2016-02-15)
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  • Storms Replenish Campus Water System | California State University Stanislaus
    1 82 inches of rain dropping on Turlock during the storms Monday and Tuesday the Stanislaus State system of ponds and pools was able to retrieve a significant amount of water from storm drains in and around campus On Monday the reclamation system received and pumped nearly 2 2 million gallons of water Then with the ground already saturated Tuesday s rainfall while lighter than the previous day sent 3 5 million gallons through the system for a two day total of 5 7 million gallons Since January 1 the storage and reclamation system has received and pumped nearly 12 million gallons an amount that would fill the entire storage system to near capacity levels As pointed out by Louie Oliveira chief operating engineer in Stanislaus State s Facilities Services a large amount of that water has been pumped through campus and released into the Turlock Irrigation System The release is strategic he said as campus engineers strive to keep enough room on campus to accommodate the precipitation expected to fall on the region in coming weeks The successful capture and pumping of rainwater goes hand in hand with the University s mission of reducing water use campus wide an

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/university-news/news-briefs/storms-replenish-campus-water-system (2016-02-15)
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