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  • SFSU Security Redirect Page
    from https www sfsu edu faculty If your browser cannot establish a secure connection you will not be able to use this service If you would like help upgrading your web browser to handle secure connections please contact Help Desk

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/online/clslst.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Index - SF State Magazine Fall/Winter 2015
    Communications Gold background behind links and slideshow SF State Magazine Home Features Fostering New Futures Valley of the Shadow of Death Waves of Inspiration Splendor of Skulls Departments Message from the President Ten Questions Shelf Life In the News Campus News By the Numbers Alumni Friends Class Notes My SF State Story Fall Winter 2015 Archive Back Issues Stay Connected Send a letter to the editor Submit a Class Note

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sfsumag/ (2016-02-13)
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  • University Communications - San Francisco State University
    Digital Displays Guidelines Advertising Branded Merchandise Identity System Stationery Web Template Design Services Staff contacts Related Links University Advancement Alumni Events Online Photo Tour See SF State News on Facebook Flickr Google Instagram Twitter YouTube Contact University Communications E mail pubcom sfsu edu Phone 415 338 1665 Last Update 2 10 2016 dr University Communications University Communications is responsible for sharing information about SF State with campus and external audiences

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~puboff/ (2016-02-13)
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  • San Francisco State University Camp Map
    p m Phone 415 338 1698 Fax 415 338 2960 Address 1600 Holloway Ave San Francisco CA 94132 Facilities Room 202 The award winning J P Leonard Library Last Update 7 2 2015 Main campus map Click on a quadrant for more details on campus facilities services and access information To find a building see the directory below Main directory read across each row links are to the relevant quadrant map Administration ADM I8 9 Q4 Annex I II D3 4 Q1 August Coppola Theatre H6 Q4 Bookstore H7 Q4 Burk Hall BH H G6 Q4 Business BUS H I 8 9 Q4 Cesar Chavez Student Center CCSC H7 Q4 Child Care Center Associated Students F2 Q3 Children s Campus C3 D4 Q1 Conference Center The Towers G4 Q3 Copy Center CCSC H7 Q4 Corporation Yard D4 Q1 Cox Stadium F7 Q2 Creative Arts CA I6 Q4 Dining Center City Eats G3 Q3 Ethnic Studies Psychology EP G6 Q4 Facilities Capital Planning D4 Q1 Fine Arts FA H6 Q4 Garden of Remembrance H6 Q4 Greenhouse 1 H8 Q4 Greenhouse 2 F9 Q2 Gymnasium GYM G7 8 Q4 Health Center SHS G6 Q4 Hensill Hall HH G9 10 Q4 Housing Rental Office MWH G3 Q3 HSS H I9 Q4 Humanities HUM H5 Q3 Jack Adams Hall SC H7 Q4 Knuth Hall CA I6 Q4 Labor Archives LIB I7 8 Q4 Library J P Leonard Sutro LIB I7 8 Q4 Little Theatre CA I6 Q4 Maloney Field hardball E2 3 Q1 Mary Park Hall MPH F2 Q3 Mary Ward Hall MWH G2 3 Q3 McKenna Theatre CA I6 Q4 Memorial Grove G7 8 Q4 Mashouf Wellness Center G H 1 2 Q3 Museum HUM H5 Q3 Nasser Family Plaza G7 Q4 OneStop Center G5 Q3 Parking Garage main E F5 Q1 Parking

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sfsumap/ (2016-02-13)
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  • San Francisco State University's Downtown Campus
    San Francisco CA 94103 Last Update Dec 3 2014 Welcome The San Francisco State Downtown Campus is located at the renovated 835 Market Street building providing high quality and affordable education in the heart of downtown San Francisco s dynamic hub for transportation commerce and industry Occupying nearly 125 000 square feet on the fifth and sixth floors of the Westfield San Francisco Centre the Downtown Campus offers a setting

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~downtown/ (2016-02-13)
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  • SF State Sierra Nevada Field campus
    s Director The Sierra Nevada Field Campus is dedicated to promoting an understanding and appreciation of the biological diversity geosciences hydrology astronomy plein air art and written word in the Gold Lakes Basin and Sierra Valley regions of the Sierra

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sierra/ (2016-02-13)
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  • SF State: We make economic development happen - We Make It Happen - San Francisco State University
    on involvement with the very companies and agencies they will be applying to one day Through a collaboration with the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine for instance SF State students are placed as interns in the laboratories of biotechnology companies and nonprofits And the University has partnered directly with Genentech to create placements in the biotech heavyweight s trailblazing labs They basically hire the students as interns and we have faculty who have release time that s provided through this agreement so they can act as mentors explained Alison Sanders interim associate vice president for research and sponsored programs It gives the students a chance to be in a cutting edge environment where they re really at the forefront of what s happening in the biotech industry Offering a Boost up the Ladder Extending economic opportunity to everyone is what SF State is all about Almost one third of the University s freshmen are the first in their families to attend college and nearly two thirds of the student body receives some form of financial aid While a good education is a critical first step toward a successful career making the right connections can have a huge impact as well One way SF State helps students make those connections is through the Willie L Brown Jr Fellowship Program Named for the former San Francisco mayor and SF State alum the program makes it possible for students with an interest in public service to serve as interns in city agencies In addition to gaining valuable work experience the students take part in weekly professional development seminars that emphasize job search skills while creating opportunities to network with upper level city managers Program applicants must demonstrate that they have overcome a significant challenge to pursuing an education This program is seeding the pipeline for people who come from under represented communities and creating the next generation of leaders who represent a broader set of interests said Professor and Chair of Urban Studies and Planning Raquel Pinderhughes The experience they get jump starts their careers by about 10 years According to Pinderhughes former Willie Brown Jr fellows have gone on to work for local and state legislators the Mayor s Office of Public Policy and Finance the Office of Workforce Development and other agencies SF State also gives a boost to workers who ve already begun their careers but are looking to make a change and get a leg up Located in Westfield San Francisco Centre on Market Street the University s Downtown Campus is home to both the College of Extended Learning CEL and an array of College of Business graduate programs Each year approximately 5 000 students take CEL continuing education courses many of them earning certificates that allow them to begin new careers as paralegals pharmacy technicians event planners or clinical development professionals We offer many programs on the Holloway campus and at other locations but the downtown campus is critical to us said Interim CEL Associate Vice President Dean

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~puboff/wmih/ecomomic-development.html (2016-02-13)
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  • The Splendor of Skulls - SF State Magazine Fall/Winter 2015
    and NPR and last year he curated a 10 case display for Skulls the major California Academy of Sciences exhibit which featured more than 700 titular specimens from his collection Yet step into his Diamond Heights home which houses his storied collection across three levels and it s the art that first overwhelms the senses with paintings drawings masks and sculptures covering every inch of the living room from floor to ceiling Among the artworks animal bones have been carefully placed as part of the display This artist s perspective along with passions for biology and education has propelled the San Francisco native s lifelong penchant for collecting It s a life story Bones Bandar tells in nicknames In grammar school with his wild mop of hair and a love of climbing trees They called me Tarzan As a young man showing off his swimmer s physique on Ocean Beach They called me Shoulders In addition to his impressive boyhood nature collections They called me Reptile Ray which he submitted to the nearby Steinhardt Aquarium Bandar showed early artistic talent After a peacetime Army stint he used the GI Bill to attend the Academy of Art where he met his wife Alkmene a Napa native and talented artist herself He moved on to what s now California College of the Arts but decided commercial art wasn t for him Eventually the lifelong nature lover chose to focus on teaching biology and headed to SF State where he finished his bachelor s degree in art minored in science and earned his teaching credential It was a turning point Biology Professor Joel Gustafson piqued his interest in entomology and more importantly forged a connection with the Cal Academy that would last a lifetime and ultimately benefit generations of students and museumgoers One afternoon in 1956 Gustafson sent Bandar down to the Academy for a job interview Bandar didn t help his own cause He had no time to get a haircut or change out of his field collection wardrobe of combat boots patched jeans and a tattered shirt I looked like a hobo he remembers with a laugh But then director Robert C Miller saw Bandar s genuine passion shine through The two bantered about his interests in reptiles insects and mammals recalls Bandar And suddenly Miller says You re hired just like that Bandar spent weekends showing school children around the Academy and of course he participated in collection expeditions After he earned his teaching credential in 1958 he gave the Academy his resignation in anticipation of his new full time vocation But Miller wasn t interested in losing one of his most dedicated collectors Bandar was given the title of field associate and sent on paid collection excursions including to Mexico and Australia He still holds that title today Ray Bandar is an extraordinary friend to the California Academy of Sciences says Meg Lowman chief of science and sustainability at Cal Academy which will one day receive his entire collection

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sfsumag/archive/fall_15/skulls.html (2016-02-13)
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