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21st Multicultural Ed Conference is April 25

21st Multicultural Ed Conference is April 25

Sacramento State’s College of Education will host its 21st annual Multicultural Education Conference from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 25, in the University Union under the theme “Identity and Experience: Intersections in Multicultural Education.”... Read More

$150,000 grant will aid kids with cerebral palsy

$150,000 grant will aid kids with cerebral palsy

Sacramento State has received a two-year, $150,000 grant from the Thrasher Research Fund to study how intensive, home-based treadmill training could help young children with cerebral palsy learn to walk independently... Read More

Media pros to lend insights to HS students

Media pros to lend insights to HS students

High school students will get a behind-the-scenes look at a TV studio and learn how to write, shoot, and edit video stories at Sacramento State this summer... Read More

6th Annual Theodore Judah Fundraiser Gala April 18th 6 – 11pm

6th Annual Theodore Judah Fundraiser Gala April 18th 6 – 11pm

Theodore Judah, East Sacramento’s Oldest Elementary school is hosting their 6th Annual Fundraising Gala April 18th 6-11 pm at the Turn Verein! It’s a “Speakeasy” kinda night! Party people and supporters of Judah- lets fill the room from wall to wall to support and celebrate Judah! This is our largest fundraiser and funding source for our supplemental student programs: Science Alive, Arts Alive and Music Alive. These weekly programs, held during the school day, inspire our children to create, innovate, explore and think critically about the world around them. Our kids DREAM BIG, Lets make this the best year ever and FUND THEIR DREAMS! ... Read More

Vertical dancers, street faire top Festival of Arts

Vertical dancers, street faire top Festival of Arts

The most ambitious Festival of the Arts yet bursts onto – and even off – the Sacramento State campus this spring with dancers performing on the sides of buildings, a new arts street faire in downtown Sacramento, plus the traditional Family Sunday Funday, and all the attractions that make up the University’s Arts Experience... Read More

Sac State to build new riverside residence hall

Sac State to build new riverside residence hall

Sacramento State will break ground this summer on a 416-bed residence hall with spectacular views of the American River. The California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees approved the $54.9 million project today... Read More

Matthew Shepard's mom to speak on campus

Matthew Shepard's mom to speak on campus

Judy Shepard, the mother of murdered gay college student Matthew Shepard, will speak at Sacramento State on Thursday, April 2. The sold-out community forum will commemorate the fifth anniversary of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate-Crimes Prevention Act... Read More