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  • Campus Dedicates February to 29 Days of Equity and Diversity
    m South Dining Hall Free Ocampo illustrates how second generation Filipino Americans racial identities change depending on the communities they grow up in the schools they attend and the people they befriend Cecil Blutcher Black History Month Thursday Saturday Feb 4 6 8 p m Mainstage Theatre 12 general 10 seniors students faculty and staff Cecil Blutcher and Austin Ashford bring a night of hip hop spoken word and lively energy presenting the world from a new perspective Amitis Motevalli Feminist Perspective on the Labeling of Islamic Art Tuesday Feb 8 11 a m 1 p m Faculty Development Center Free Motevalli an artist born in Iran explores the cultural resistance and survival of people living in poverty conflict and war through multiple artistic mediums Karlos Hill 21st Century Lynchings Meditations on Police Shootings of Unarmed Black Men Tuesday Feb 9 7 30 9 30 p m Faculty Development Center Free Hill is the founding director of the African American History Month Lecture Series at Texas Tech His primary research interests include the history of lynching and racial violence in America and the anti lynching movement Aisha Fukushima Speaker Singer RAPtivist rap activist Thursday Feb 11 7 30 p m Snider Recital Hall Free Fukushima founded RAPtivism Rap Activism a global hip hop project spanning 10 countries and four continents highlighting the ways culture can contribute to universal efforts for freedom and justice by challenging apathy Fukushima also will be hosting three student engagement sessions on Friday Feb 12 Turlock Mayor Gary Soiseth and President Sheley Leadership Summit on Inclusivity Friday Feb 12 8 a m noon By invitation A series of round table discussions on topics ranging from religious and ethnic understanding to challenges faced by marginalized and oppressed groups in our community This event is in partnership with the City of Turlock to include leaders from all areas of our community government religious ethnic and others Hugh Vasquez Ending Social Oppressions Building Cross Cultural Alliances Monday Feb 15 7 p m Snider Recital Hall Free Vasquez is a senior associate with the National Equity Project in Oakland and a speaker and educator on social justice issues He also will be hosting faculty discussions on Tuesday Feb 16 Hmongstory 40 Project Art Gallery and Exhibit Reception Wednesday Feb 17 5 7 p m Event Center Free The Hmongstory 40 Project is a traveling exhibition of Hmong photographs art stories and artifacts that commemorates the 40th anniversary of the migration of Hmong refugees from Laos and Thailand to the United States Nigel Hatton African and African American Literature and Culture Wednesday Feb 17 2 4 p m Faculty Development Center Free Hatton is an assistant professor of literature at UC Merced where he teaches courses in 19th 20th and 21st century African and African American literature and culture human rights and literature and the intersections of literature and philosophy Porsha Olayiwola Writing Workshop and Reading with Q A Monday Feb 22 11 a m 1 p m and 6 p

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  • Bradley Brings His Lifetime of Achievement to Stan State
    in 2000 he ran for president As a senator Bradley was tireless in his fight for tax reform global trade health care and water issues He also was at the forefront of the fight against terrorism and battled for the refocus of the CIA toward anti terrorist monitoring telling the Los Angeles Times in 1991 I think there are some basic things that any intelligence agency would have to do and that s continue to monitor the various military threats that might exist around the world But then I think it will have to concentrate on terrorism terrorist threats and I then think it becomes a much broader gauged agency than it has been in the past Bradley 72 has penned seven books on American politics culture and economy The latest in 2012 titled We All Can Do Better offered a solution to Washington s partisan political stalemate We re in an election year so it s important to bring somebody with his background in politics and his ideas about reform Lindsay said He s been an advocate for taking the money out of political campaigns which is controversial on some fronts But he s also an advocate for ending global poverty and is on the boards of several foundations dedicated to that process Bradley is a managing director of Allen Company LLC and a member of the Board of Directors of Starbucks He previously served as chief outside adviser to McKinsey Company s nonprofit practice and was a senior adviser and vice chairman of the International Council of J P Morgan Company He also has been an essayist for CBS Evening News and was a visiting professor at Stanford University Notre Dame University and the University of Maryland Currently he has a radio show American Voices on SIRIUS XM

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/print/article/bradley-brings-his-lifetime-achievement-stan-state (2016-02-15)
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  • Stan State Kinesiology Students Leading Community Fitness Groups
    city of San Fernando Since then the Northridge program has expanded to parks in Sylmar La Crescenta and Canoga Park with Loy reaching out to other CSU campuses in an effort to spread the program Stan State kinesiology professor Jeffrey Bernard who earned his master s degree under Loy at Northridge was an easy sell It s a great program so I was happy to help get it going to get the students organized and on their way to making it happen Bernard said This is a partnership between the kinesiology department and Turlock Parks and Recreation which is running the program We re supplying the volunteers and the students have been through various University classes that have been ideal for them to lead these kinds of classes throughout the community A group of four Stanislaus students Cifuentes Channing Wilson of Turlock Consuelo Hernandez of Livingston and Alexa Sanchez Estrada of Merced attended a 100 Citizens workshop at Northridge last February that included participating in one of the community workouts It was around 8 a m when we started walking into the park and I was surprised to see a lot of people working out Hernandez said There were different stages and all kinds of ages One reason to have kinesiology students lead classes is because we ve learned how the body moves and how to adapt an exercise to benefit the person according to their age and level of fitness If we see a person struggling we can make it easier on them so that they can do the exercise safely and get a good workout The foursome came back to Turlock fired up to get 100 Citizens up and running right away But before they could schedule and conduct workouts they had to form a partnership with the city That process was a real learning experience Cifuentes said We saw the program in Northridge in its fourth year after it already had become a success We had to start from scratch and figure out how this was going to work for Turlock We had to come up with a business proposal and develop a relationship with the city We ll be able to apply a lot of that to whatever we do after graduation At this point the students don t know quite what to expect when they show up for the first class on Feb 15 We re hoping people show up Wilson said Northridge told us that they had only one person show up for one of their sessions at the beginning I think if we get 10 people to start it would be a success Word of mouth will really help us When we visited Northridge they had organized three different groups based on age and ability We don t know if we need to get ready for that many different groups because we don t know who is going to show up If the program gains a local foothold Barnard vows to be ready

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  • University Preparing for Whatever El Niño Brings
    sludge in some areas Because of that cleaning has been added to the annual schedule and this year s draining revealed only three to four inches of sludge through most of the pond We re cleaning up the pond and assuring that all the pumps are in shape and ready to handle all the water that will be coming in and this year the sludge is nothing like before Oliveira said We ll be cleaning it every year at this time and it also increases the capacity when we do it We re hoping that as soon as the pond is clean the rain will start The biggest weather related project completed months ago should result in something the campus won t be seeing this year flooding in and around the Geer Road entrances after moderate showers East campus entrance drains have been enlarged so that we have the ability to take in all the water from the west side of Geer Oliveira said The intakes were small and that area usually flooded in heavy rain And then there s something you might already have seen on campus the University s new street sweeper which will help the facilities department stay ahead of the never ending task of keeping gutters and inlets cleared of leaves and debris Facilities also brought in a commercial drain vacuum to rid the opening of debris ahead of any coming storms The University s unique ability to store and reuse water is garnering attention including a prominent mention in the current edition of Building Operating Management 1 magazine a national publication based in Milwaukee The water retrieval system is so advanced that through the first 10 days of December when only 0 32 inches of rain fell on campus as measured by the Turlock Irrigation

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  • President Sheley Announces Plans for Retirement
    for students and increase the percentage of degree holders in the region We have so many young people who want to attend college but they re not sure how to navigate the process Despite their best intentions many do not achieve their dream or know they can dream Sheley said The partnership s mission is to help ensure that students and their families know what it takes in junior high and high school to prepare for the next step and once they get to college here at MJC or elsewhere they have the knowledge confidence and staying power to succeed in college This message more graduates means a brighter economic future for the region as well as the individual is one that Sheley has carried to meetings with legislators in Sacramento to business leaders and alumni throughout the region to fellow educators and future graduates For Sheley the belief in the life changing power of a CSU education is personal As a kid from the flat tops off Cottage Way in Sacramento he cultivated his potential at Sac State as a first generation student If there were no Sac State I don t know where I d be today he said at a 2012 event at his alma mater which honored him with a Lifetime Achievement Award That was a pretty heavy duty defining period in my life Sheley said another focus in the coming months will be continued collaboration with campus constituencies on a host of issues budget planning health and safety Title IX and fundraising Collaboration does not always mean unanimity but one of the things I ve valued throughout my career in higher education is the collegiality among those who are passionate about the university Though he expects to have a largely full calendar of meetings gatherings

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  • Maps & Directions
    205 east towards Stockton for 13 miles Take Interstate 5 north for less than one mile Take Highway 120 east towards Manteca Modesto for 6 miles Take Highway 99 south towards Fresno Modesto for 24 miles Exit Free way ramp left onto Monte Vista Avenue going east Follow Monte Vista to University Circle 5th stop light approximately 1 5 miles Turn left north and follow University Circle to the end of the Reflecting Pond Guest Parking is available North Sacramento Take Highway 99 south past Stockton and Modesto Exit onto Monte Vista Avenue going east turn left at bottom of exit ramp Follow Monte Vista to University Circle 5th stop light approximately 1 5 miles Turn left north and follow University Circle to the end of the Reflecting Pond Guest Parking is available South Fresno Take Highway 99 north past most of the Turlock exits Exit onto Monte Vista Avenue going east turn right at bottom of exit ramp Follow Monte Vista to University Circle 5th stop light approximately 1 5 miles Turn left north and follow University Circle to the end of the Reflecting Pond Guest Parking is available California State University Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock California 95382

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  • University Ambassadors | California State University Stanislaus
    or train I am involved in Greek life on campus I am a member of the national sorority Alpha Xi Delta It is a really great way to meet people and be involved on campus especially since you don t really know many people here I hope you enjoy the tour and love the campus as much as I do Hello My name is Madison Bettencourt and I am on my fourth year here I double major in Art History and Studio Art and I recently was accepted into the BFA Program for studio art with a concentration in mixed media I am also a member of our art club on campus which I know hold a leadership position in I commute every day since I was born and raised in Denair which is about ten minutes away from campus and that played a huge roll in my decision to come to Stan State I am excited to show you our wonderful campus and I hope you enjoy the tour Hello my name is Alex Martinez I am a junior at Stanislaus State My major is sociology with a concentration in Body Society and Culture I am from Waterford CA and commute to school every day I enjoy attending Stanislaus State because the professors are approachable I plan on obtaining a Masters degree from Stanislaus State in Social Work and eventually becoming a social worker Hi My name is Alexa Bueno I am a sophomore here at Stanislaus State and I am a business major I am originally from Ensenada Mexico but now I live in San Diego California when I m not living in my dorm during the school year I am completely bilingual and have no difficulty communication in English or Spanish Also I am an Alpha Xi Delta member which is one of the national sororities we have here on campus I love to travel and meet new people and I m excited to show you our beautiful campus Hi My name is Alma Vega and I am a third year student here at Stanislaus State I am a business major with a concentration in international business so I m hoping to travel a lot I do not live on campus I live in a small town Waterford to be exact which is about 20 minutes from the campus so I do commute every day On my free time I like to read books and go on long bike rides I can t wait to show you our beautiful campus Hello My name is Paige Horwood and I m a third year student here at Stanislaus State I m originally from Ripon California but I now live in Turlock I m a Business Major and I m also in one of the national sororities on campus called Alpha Xi Delta I really love doing yoga at the SRC and having Netflix marathons Hello My name is Cintia Guzman This is my second year attending CSU Stanislaus I

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  • Visit Stanislaus State
    notice is required to ensure proper staffing and facility availability Upon registration you will receive an automated email containing a copy of your request However your request is not confirmed until you receive a confirmation email once staffing and facilities are confirmed September 8 December 10 Group tours are available Monday Friday at 9 00 a m 11 00 a m and 2 00 p m Schedule a Campus Visit 1 University Ambassadors 2 Meet our student tour guides Self Guided Tour pdf 3 Get an overview of our campus Maps Directions 4 How to get here Turlock Weather 5 Current forecasts to help you plan accordingly Group tours maximum registrants by days We can accommodate the following number of students per time slot Monday 9 a m 120 students 11 a m 120 students 2 p m 35 students Tuesday Thursday 9 a m 90 students 11 a m 120 students 2 p m 120 students Wednesday 9 a m 120 students 11 a m 120 students 2 p m 70 students Friday 9 a m 90 students 11 a m 120 students 2 p m 60 students Instructions All tour dates and times will be made available to register a semester in advance Tours are offered on a first come first served basis determined by staffing and facility availability To register click on Schedule a Campus Visit and search via the Calendar View or Search tab Once you have selected the event and completed the registration form you will receive an automated copy of your request See above for specific instructions based on the type of tour requested If you have questions call 209 667 3811 or email CampusTours csustan edu 6 California State University Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock California 95382 Maps Directions Contact Us Resources Career

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