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    datalounge com glaad glaad html top Latino http www sscnet ucla edu chavez http www latinowww com http w3fp arizona edu masrc http www pbs org chicano http www library stanford edu depts ssrg adams shortcu chic html top Disabilities http www nod org http www igc apc org NADDC http www halftheplanet com http www abilitynet co uk http newlink org http www disabilityalliance org about htm http www

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  • Multiculturalism and Social Work: A Discussion Board
    month we will post a topic for discussion Participants can state their viewpoints comments on the discussion board It should be noted that copyright is not given to any viewpoints expressed on the discussion board Motto Academic respect and courtesy

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  • sfsu | Multiculturalism and Social Work | Contact Us
    of Social Work 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco State University San Francisco Ca 94132 Telephone 415 338 1005 e mail multsowk sfsu edu Last updated April 3 2000 multsowk sfsu

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  • Alumni Relations redirect
    has moved to http alumni sfsu edu Please update your bookmarks You will be redirected to the Scholarships page in a moment or you can follow the link above to

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  • Newsletters of the SFSU College of Science & Engineering Alumni Chapter
    universities They bring new important scientific expertise to the College that will enrich our instructional programs and provide new significant research opportunities for our students The following are our new faculty members Maarten Golterman Associate Professor of Physics earned his Ph D in Physics from the University of Amsterdam and has been on the faculty at Washington University St Louis His research studies the properties and interactions of elementary atomic particles Eric Hsu Assistant Professor of Mathematics obtained his Ph D in Mathematics from the University of California Berkeley and has been an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Texas Austin His research is concerned with mathematics education Andrew Ichimura Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry took his Ph D in Physical Chemistry from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and has been a Research Associate at Michigan State University His research focuses on developing new materials and discovering new applications for materials Matthew J La Force Assistant Professor of Geosciences earned his Ph D in Soil Science and Soil Chemistry from the University of Idaho and has been a Postdoctoral Fellow in Geology at Stanford University His research interests are concerned with understanding the bio geochemistry of trace elements in soils and wetland ecosystems Ilmi Yoon Assistant Professor of Computer Science earned her Ph D in computer science at the University of Southern California Her research relates to interactive media Web3D NonPhotorealistic Rendering Network Information Visualization and 3D Avatar animation The College is currently in the process of searching for ten new faculty members who will begin at SFSU in fall 2002 Student enrollment in classes offered by the College in fall 2001was slightly higher than in the previous fall semester Science and Engineering faculty members were awarded grants totaling about twenty two million dollars during the 1999 2000

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  • Newsletters of the SFSU College of Science & Engineering Alumni Chapter
    score of achievements in his lifetime of service to his community and profession Dr Scholten was a man known for his many interests that include teaching journalism medicine and a critical appreciation of fine food and wines A proud third generation San Franciscan Dr Scholten graduated in 1943 from San Francisco State College with a B A in Physiology where he served as editor of the Golden Gater and president of his senior class He moved on to the University of California School of Medicine in San Francisco and its residency program in obstetrics and gynecology During his private practice he served as Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology at various times at St Luke s Hospital president of the SF Medical Society member of California Medical Society s House of Delegates for 25 years and a past president of the Public Health League of California and of the board of trustees of the Irwin Memorial Blood Bank He also served as an associate clinical professor of Obstetrics Gynecology Reproductive Sciences and Nursing at the University of California School of Medicine in San Francisco Dr Scholten found time to teach at Stanford UCSF and California Pacific Medical Center He shocked an American Medical Association session in the 50s by recommending sex counseling for brides He also added that 10 to 25 percent of them were already pregnant Following his retirement after years of private medicine in 1980 he became the Director of Women s Health Services at the Student Health Services until 1991 Dr Scholten established the highest standard of care for female students which is highly evident with his past work at SFSU For 37 years he served on the board of directors of the SFSU Alumni Association He was known for his expertise and love for the field of

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  • Newsletters of the SFSU College of Science & Engineering Alumni Chapter
    glassware safety equipment and most importantly a location for the laboratory equipped with fume hood necessary plumbing with cold and hot water sink 220 and 110 voltage lines distilled water and safety features such as shower and eye wash waste sink under the fume hood etc The task was enormous and many people supported the creation of what stands now in Science 155 The experiments are designed in a series of chemical analyses and procedures to examine the quality of water and wastewater samples physically chemically and biologically The quality examination identifies impurities pollutants and contaminants in the water samples brought out to the lab It is then followed by series of operations and processes aimed at removal of the identified pollutants and contaminants The primary focus of this laboratory has been undergraduate and graduate teaching However as the laboratory was being developed and as early as 1998 research funding was obtained to conduct graduate research on various methods for removal of pollutants Since then 5 graduate students and one visiting scholar from Germany have completed or are currently conducting experimental research projects in this laboratory The teaching experiments are designed to conduct the necessary analyses required to determine suitability of water for domestic use The experiments are according to the ones in the book Standard Methods for the Examination of water and wastewater This book published by the American Public Health Association is the bible of water quality analysis The students follow pages of the book in association with handouts given at the introduction of each experiment which represent the custom designed updated step by step tasks specifically for the lab The analyses experiments are as follows Total Settleable and Dissolved Solids Color and Turbidity Dissolved Oxygen PH Alkalinity Chemical Oxygen Demand COD Biological Oxygen Demand BOD Nitrogen Compounds Organic and Inorganic nitrogen Oil and Grease Gas Analysis using chromatography Carbon Dioxide Methane The treatment experiments are as follows Solids Removal Color and Turbidity Removal Nitrogen Removal both using Biological and Physical Chemical Method Oil and Grease Removal and Biological Removal of Organic Compounds using both Aerobic Activated Sludge reactor and Anaerobic Method Methane Fermentation reactors We are already looking for funding for the next set of treatment contaminant removal technologies These are Water Filtration Ion Exchange and Membrane Technologies such as Reverse Osmosis Throughout the design of the laboratory and experiments space efficiency and waste minimization has been emphasized The number of units ordered or assembled has also been optimized according to the estimated number of students in each group and also the estimated number of groups Determination of total suspended and dissolved solids is done using the gravimetric method of solids analysis Turbidity of water is measured using a turbidity meter The color of water is determined using the spectrophotometer while the dissolved oxygen and PH of water are measured using the electrode methods as well as a chemical method of dissolved oxygen determination The students will learn to measure Alkalinity using the titration method COD is

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  • Newsletters of the SFSU College of Science & Engineering Alumni Chapter
    Kansas His research over the years focused primarily on the mechanisms of enzyme action and on the relationship between the structure and biological function of protein molecules Dr Buttlaire was particularly attracted to SFSU because it afforded me the opportunity to balance my professional activities between teaching research and service in an academic environment that truly values teaching he stated Dr Buttlaire was attracted to the diversity of the students and working with the many students who are the first in their family to attend college Dr Buttlaire added I felt that I could really make a difference in the lives of many students and future generations of their families as well as help society by preparing student for productive careers as scientists and health professionals He has directed 26 research students including 16 graduate students and 10 undergraduates Thirteen of his research students have earned doctorate degrees 6 Ph D 6 M D and 1 M D and Ph D Many of his former students are now professors school teachers physicians dentists veterinarians and research scientists who work with companies such as companies that discover new medicines to cure diseases Dr Buttlaire stated One of the most rewarding aspects of my job is talking to my former students and learning that they are successful in their careers and now have jobs that they really like Among his outstanding students are Carol Balfe Ph D at UC Berkeley a Research Scientist at Raychem Yvonne D Cagle M D from University of Washington a NASA Astronaut at Lyndon B Johnson Space Center Carlos Catalano Ph D from UC San Francisco a Professor at the University of Colorado Medical Center in Denver and an outstanding scientist Michael Luzzio Ph D University of Rochester a Research Scientist at Pfizer Tuan Nguyen M D

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