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  • Academic Resources - Degrees + Majors - Future Students - San Francisco State University
    so they get off to a good academic start Orientation is required for freshman and is highly recommended for transfer students Students who participate in an orientation program are better prepared encounter fewer problems and generally have a very positive feeling about their experiences at San Francisco State Plan to join us Bulletin Catalog The online Bulletin is the most authoritative guide to SF State you ll find Among its major sections Degree Program Summary University Resources and Support Services University Policies and Procedures Course Descriptions Class Schedule Each semester the Class Schedule lists more than 3 000 classes offered at SF State It will tell you where and when each class is offered who teaches the class how to register and everything else you could possibly want to know about taking classes at SF State The Class Schedule is available online Academic Calendar SF State classes are held year round for students who want to accelerate completion of degree requirements The University offers two traditional 16 week semesters in the fall late August through December and spring late January through May A summer term offers shorter sessions between June and August In addition the College of Extended Learning offers a separate summer program as well as a three week winter session Library The J Paul Leonard Library provides students with lifelong learning skills to find evaluate and communicate information It has more than 3 5 million items on its shelves and through cooperative arrangements with other state and regional libraries has access to many more Its electronic resources include InvestiGator an online catalog available on site or remotely The Library provides access to well over 100 online databases Through specialized collections and services the Library and its faculty help students excel as they pursue their studies at SF State

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/future/degrees/resources.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Mission and Vision statement
    STAFF ALUMNI AND FRIENDS WOMEN IN SCIENCE ENGINEERING WISE INTERSCI THE COSE JOURNAL MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the College of Science and Engineering at San Francisco State University is to provide an encouraging environment to develop the intellectual capacity critical thinking creativity and problem solving ability of its students so that they may become honorable contributing and forward thinking members of the science and engineering community of the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond to foster a conducive environment for scholarly and creative activities so that new knowledge or solutions to problems are discovered or created and to provide science education to all students in the University so that they may be equipped to succeed in the modern world VISION STATEMENT The San Francisco Bay Area is a world center for science and technology It needs large numbers of well educated scientists and engineers The College is committed to serving this need by recruiting talented students providing them with high quality and up to date curricula and fostering an effective teaching learning environment The College will be a leading provider of first rate scientists and engineers in the Bay Area The College is committed to offering students an academic experience of thinking learning and doing The best way to provide this experience is through involving students in research and the solution of real world problems Thus teaching and research are mutually supportive and one cannot excel without the other The College encourages the faculty to carry on research which involves students and which serves the science and engineering community The College will be competitive in science and engineering research and teaching at the national level The College is committed to full participation in the community through service This service applies the knowledge and experience of its faculty staff and

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~cse/mission_vision.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Deans Office Information
    TH 323 kjbowman sfsu edu Dean 415 338 1571 Robert Ramirez TH 323 rramirez sfsu edu Associate Dean 415 338 1571 Michael Blagoyevich TH 310 mblago sfsu edu Executive Director Operations 415 338 2385 Uschi Simonis TH 111A uschi sfsu edu Assistant Dean for Research 415 338 1656 Nilgun Ozer Sci 247 mnozer sfsu edu Director Student Resource Center 415 405 3955 Ruth MacKay Shea TH 323 ramackay sfsu edu Assistant to the Dean Manager Human Resources 415 338 1571 Crystal Kam TH 323 crystalk sfsu edu Manager Academic Resources 415 338 1571 Queenie Cheng TH 323 qcheng sfsu edu Academic Administrative Analyst Coord 415 338 1571 Lynne Hoang TH 323 lynnethi sfsu edu Employment Specialist 415 338 7696 Tracy Thai TH 323 tthai sfsu edu Accounting Specialist 415 338 7695 Arlene Essex TH 532 arlenee sfsu edu Fiscal Analyst 415 405 4107 Debora Springer TH 323 dspring sfsu edu Administrative Support Coordinator 415 338 1571 Lannie Nguyen Tang Sci 248 science sfsu edu Coord Alumni Relations Student Projects 415 338 7662 Vickie Rance TH 323 rance sfsu edu Accounting Specialist 415 338 1571 Anne Yang TH 323 anneyang sfsu edu Accounting Specialist 415 338 1571 Donna Walker Blount TH

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~cse/d_off.php (2016-02-13)
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  • List of Departments at COSE
    STUDENT PROJECT SHOWCASE DRIVER VEHICLE REGISTRATION SAFETY FIELD TRIP SAFETY FORMS College of Science and Engineering San Francisco State University Thornton Hall TH 323 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 Phone 415 338 1571 Fax 415 338 6136 Email cose323 sfsu edu INFORMATION FOR AND ABOUT STUDENTS FACULTY STAFF ALUMNI AND FRIENDS WOMEN IN SCIENCE ENGINEERING WISE INTERSCI THE COSE JOURNAL List of Departments and Centers Biology Chemistry and

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~cse/depts.php (2016-02-13)
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  • COSE Health and Safety
    MAP Linda Vadura Health and Safety Specialist Office TH 216 Phone 415 338 6892 Fax 415 338 6136 Email lvadura sfsu edu Health and Safety Technician Office TH 217 Phone 415 338 7507 Fax 415 338 6136 WELCOME Welcome to the College of Science and Engineering COSE Health and Safety Office Our staff maintains the COSE environmental health and safety program and works with the University s Office of Environmental

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~safety/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Off campus facilities at COSE
    AND VISION DEAN S OFFICE DEPARTMENTS SCHOOLS CENTERS COSE SAFETY OFF CAMPUS FACILITIES SPONSORED PROJECTS ADMIN STUDENT RESOURCE CENTER STUDENT PROJECT SHOWCASE DRIVER VEHICLE REGISTRATION SAFETY FIELD TRIP SAFETY FORMS College of Science and Engineering San Francisco State University Thornton Hall TH 323 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 Phone 415 338 1571 Fax 415 338 6136 Email cose323 sfsu edu INFORMATION FOR AND ABOUT STUDENTS FACULTY STAFF ALUMNI

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~cse/off_campus_sites.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Sponsored Projects Admin
    sfsu edu Arlene Essex Fiscal Analyst TH 532 ext 54107 Email arlenee sfsu edu WELCOME As a faculty member of the College of Science Engineering you have a number of different sources who can assist with both pre award proposal preparation and post award administration For those faculty seeking grants Assistant Dean for Research Uschi Simonis is your resource She will help with finding funding sources assist with your proposal design and preparation You will also work with the COSE team from the Office of Research Sponsored Programs ORSP located in TH 434 who will ensure that your proposal meets all of the granting agency and SF State proposal requirements and help you prepare your proposal budget Faculty who have experience in proposal submissions can work directly with ORSP Additionally Arlene Essex works as a liaison between ORSP and PIs when needed as a grants administrator when necessary and can be of assistance as a general grants related resource Help with proposal budgeting either prior to or along with your work with ORSP pre award proposal services specialist Work with funding agencies as necessary to resolve potential problematic or sensitive issues Provide logistical assistance with ORSP post award staff to

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~cse/SPA/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • COSE Student Project Showcase
    Sheldon Axler s remarks 6 30 pm 6 Faculty Presentation from Dean Sheldon Axler on Mathematical Tricks 7 Announcement of Winners 7 pm To participate in the 2015 SPS you must fill out the registration form at this link ASAP Follow this link to the Registration Form 2015 COSE Student Project Showcase Registration form or copy and paste the URL below to your internet browser https sfsu co1 qualtrics com SE SID SV 9Kpn7jX0ododLlb Registration will be accepted until the maximum of 200 projects has reached or by 11 59 pm on Wednesday April 29 2015 How to Make A Great Poster workshops will be held on Wednesday April 22 12 00 1 00 p m in TH 513 and Tuesday April 28 12 30 1 30 p m in EP 101 OfficeMax Impress is the recommended printing company for 2015 with FREE delivery to Biology Stockroom and easy payment methods First 50 projects to submit their poster printing to OfficeMax will receive FREE printing of 1 poster up to 60 courtesy of COSE Must carefully follow the directions on how to order your poster printing on OfficeMax Impress Printing flyer 2014 Student Project Showcase List of 2014 Winners STUDENT PROJECT SHOWCASE flyer pdf Email 4 Thank You Congratulations and Invitation to Personalized Medicine 7 0 Email 3 Let s SHOWCASE Floor plan This beautifully printed 2014 Program booklets will be distributed List of Projects and abstracts Email 2 posted on May 6 at 5 pm Review the Draft Program and notify Lannie of the corrections by 8 am tomorrow Wednesday May 7 Refer to this Registration List Final to find your project Email 1 posted on May 3 9 30pm Review the Registration List to make sure your project is listed correctly Handouts from How to Make A Great

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~science/sps.html (2016-02-13)
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