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  • Presidential Search | California State University Stanislaus
    gather input on qualities and experience essential in the next president Stanislaus State students faculty and staff as well as community members and media are invited President Sheley will leave Stanislaus State after several successful and productive years of community relationship building University accomplishment and student success In recent years Stanislaus State has received a number of impressive national rankings including recent recognition from National Public Radio which ranked Stanislaus State No 5 on its list of best institutions for upward mobility Only Harvard MIT Stanford and UC Irvine ranked higher The campus serves a diverse student body of more than 9 000 at two locations in the Central Valley a 228 acre park like campus in Turlock and the Stockton Center located in the city s historic Magnolia District Widely recognized for its dedicated faculty and high quality academic programs the University offers more than 100 majors minors and areas of concentration along with 24 master s degree programs and a doctorate in educational leadership President Sheley s community focused leadership has positioned Stanislaus State for great success under a new president Please visit this site regularly for updates on the presidential search process Open Forum Wednesday February 17 2016 Snider Music Recital Hall 1 p m to 3 p m The open forum will be streamed and recorded It will be archived and available on this site soon after the event Nominations and Feedback Job description Apply Nominate Submit qualities the next president of Stanislaus State should possess News Release 2 3 2016 California State University Stanislaus Presidential Search Committee to Hold First Meeting Presidential Search Committee Timothy P White CSU Chancellor Lou Monville Board Chair Hugo N Morales Committee Chair Dr Silas H Abrego Trustee Professor Steven G Stepanek Trustee Maggie K White Trustee Nancy F Burroughs

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/presidential-search (2016-02-15)
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  • University Events Calendar | California State University Stanislaus
    Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home University Events Calendar University Events Calendar Christian Hali Missing Volumes Exhibition January 28 March 24 2016 Art Space on Main Dean De Cocker Welcome to the Pacific Exhibition January 28 March 24 2016 Art Space on Main Fifth Annual Science Day Saturday February 13 2016 10 00 AM 2 00 PM Naraghi Hall of Science Presidential Search Committee Open Forum Wednesday February 17 2016 1 00pm 3 00 PM Snider Recital Hall Executive Speaker Series Senator Bill Bradley Thursday February 18 2016 6 30 8 15 PM Snider Recital Hall Stanislaus State Faculty Chamber Music Recital Thursday February 25 2016 6 70 PM Snider Recital Hall Theatre Performance of The Fantasticks March 3 5 10 12 2016 at 8 00 PM Studio Theatre 2016 Career Fair Wednesday March 9 2016 10 00 AM 2 00 PM Event Center Vines 2016 Thursday March 10 2016 6 00 9 00 PM Fitzpatrick Arena Stanislaus State Jazz Festival Clinicians in Concert Friday March 11 2016 7 30 PM Snider Recital Hall Warrior Crab Feed 2016 Saturday March 12 2016 5 30 PM Main Dining Hall Stanislaus State Jazz Festival Saturday March 12 2016 7 30 PM Snider Recital Hall Stanislaus State Wind Ensemble Concert Thursday March 17 2016 7 30 PM Snider Recital Hall Stanislaus State Jazz Ensemble Combos Concert Tuesday March 22 2016 7 30 PM Snider Recital Hall Stanislaus State Choral Concert Thursday March 24 2016 7 30 PM Snider Recital Hall Printer friendly version Today is February 15 2016 Submit Event The University Events Calendar serves a central resource for information about events at the University Events are contributed to the calendar by colleges and departments on an ongoing basis If you are interested in posting

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/university-events (2016-02-15)
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  • News Briefs | California State University Stanislaus
    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 News Briefs Communications and Public Affairs is pleased to unveil this new feature of the University website What you will find here is a collection of short news items accolades and campus tidbits that are an important part of our campus experience Hartsfield Named Stanislaus State Director of Annual Giving Read the Story Stanislaus State Hosts Annual Chicano Youth Conference Read the Story Panel Discussion with Acclaimed Composer Jake Heggie Feb 5 Read the Story Harrison Named Dean of Stockton Center Read the Story Storms Replenish Campus Water System Read the Story ASI President Nicole Larson Joins Turlock Parks Commission Read the Story Athletics Hall of Fame Induction Set for Homecoming Weekend Read the Story Warriors Earn 29 Spots on CCAA All Academic Team Read the Story Warriors Earn National Attention for Anti Bullying Effort Read the Story Hazelton Receives Inaugural Mayor s Public Policy Award Read the Story Warriors Together Toy Drive a Success Read the Story Marshall Honored by County Supervisors Read the Story Stan State Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi Earns National

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/university-news/news-briefs (2016-02-15)
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  • President's Updates | California State University Stanislaus
    Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Office of the President President s Updates President s Updates 2016 January 11 February 2 2015 December 2 November 24 November 13 November 4 November 3 October 14 October 5 September 18 September 11 August 28 July 13 June 19 May 19 May 15 April 28 April 17 March 16 March 6 February 5 January 20 PDF Archives 2014 December 11 November 24 November 7 October 29 October 17 October 6 September 12 September 8 September 3 September 2 July 11 May 27 May 7 April 14 April 7 March 24 March 11 February 21 February 14 February 6 January 24 January 21 2013 December 3 November 5 October 14 October 11 September 13 September 9 August 29 August 20 July 16 May 24 May 1 April 16 March 28 March 19 February 18 January 28 2012 December 13 November 20 November 8 November 2 October 11 October 9 October 5 October 2 September 12 August 31 July 26 July 11 Printer friendly version Office of the President About the President University Leadership President s Updates

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/president/updates (2016-02-15)
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  • StanAlert | California State University Stanislaus
    Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Emergency StanAlert StanAlert Update your Contact Information StanAlert is an emergency notification system ENS capable of rapidly sending voice e mail and text messages to faculty staff and students Stanislaus State officials use StanAlert to convey timely information including urgent safety instructions during an emergency or major situation affecting the campus The quickest and most effective method to receive StanAlert messages is via a text to your cell phone The university strongly recommends all faculty staff and students regularly ensure their StanAlert contact information is up to date via the portal on this page Most importantly a text message number should be included for the cell phone individuals will carry while on campus Please note Some mobile carriers require recipients to opt in to the receive automated text messages When initially signing up for StanAlert be aware that you may receive a special text requiring action to confirm your desire to receive future StanAlert messages Mac users should use Chrome or Firefox Your browser currently does not support iFrames To view what is displayed in this iFrame please go to https ens

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/emergency/stanalert (2016-02-15)
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  • University News | California State University Stanislaus
    President Sheley Announces Plans for Retirement November 13 2015 I m Proud of What We ve Been Able to Accomplish Together President Joseph F Sheley who has led California State University Stanislaus since June 2012 announced today that Stanislaus State Choral Concert March 24 2016 Tickets can be purchased online or at our box office during specified hours Faculty Staff and Student ticket holders are required to present Warrior Card or student ID at the door To find out more Stanislaus State Jazz Ensemble Combos Concert March 22 2016 Tickets can be purchased online or at our box office during specified hours Faculty Staff and Student ticket holders are required to present Warrior Card or student ID at the door To find out more Stanislaus State Wind Ensemble Concert March 17 2016 Tickets can be purchased online or at our box office during specified hours Faculty Staff and Student ticket holders are required to present Warrior Card or student ID at the door To find out more Stanislaus State Jazz Festival March 12 2016 Featuring Guest Artist Terell StaffordThe goal of the Stanislaus State Jazz Festival is to provide students and directors with a positive educational and musical experience in Jazz Maximum interaction Stanislaus State Jazz Festival Clinicians in Concert March 11 2016 Tickets can be purchased online or at our box office during specified hours Faculty Staff and Student ticket holders are required to present Warrior Card or student ID at the door To find out more Ghiglieri Piano Competition February 27 2016 The Sylvia M Ghiglieri Piano Competition intends to recognize and promote the musical achievements and development of promising young pianists Winners will be chosen based on performances held at Stanislaus State Faculty Chamber Music Recital February 25 2016 Stanislaus State Faculty Chamber Music Recital Tickets can

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/university-news (2016-02-15)
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  • Campus Dedicates February to 29 Days of Equity and Diversity | California State University Stanislaus
    impact the campus and well beyond February Below is the schedule of on campus events or events sponsored by the University that are open to the general public Additional information for these events as well as for others held off campus and not sponsored by the University can be found HERE Anthony Christian Ocampo The Latinos of Asia Wednesday Feb 3 2 3 p m and 6 8 p 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

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/article/campus-dedicates-february-29-days-equity-and-diversity (2016-02-15)
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  • Bradley Brings His Lifetime of Achievement to Stan State | California State University Stanislaus
    in professional basketball to become a Rhodes Scholar and earn a graduate degree from Oxford where he studied politics philosophy and economics He played with the NBA s New York Knicks from 1967 77 a span that included two championships and was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1982 He turned to politics immediately after retiring from basketball and represented New Jersey in the Senate from 1979 97 and 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

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/article/bradley-brings-his-lifetime-achievement-stan-state (2016-02-15)
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