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Made at Sac State: Cate Dyer - StemExpress founder and CEO

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Cate Dyer ('05, Sociology) enrolled at Sacramento State in Fall 2001, intending to earn a baccalaureate degree and then go to medical school and become an emergency room surgeon. But Sac State turned out to be a happy detour on the way to finding her true calling.

She is now the CEO of StemExpress, the groundbreaking, multimillion-dollar biotechnology company she founded in May 2010, when she was 31. StemExpress specializes in tissue and blood collection and cell isolation, all in the name of advancing medical research.

Read our story: http://bit.ly/1kBqHqO
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Cate Dyer ('05, Sociology) enrolled at Sacramento State in Fall 2001, intending to earn a baccalaureate degree and then go to medical school and become an emergency room surgeon. But Sac State turned out to be a happy detour on the way to finding her true calling.

She is now the CEO of StemExpress, the groundbreaking, multimillion-dollar biotechnology company she founded in May 2010, when she was 31. StemExpress specializes in tissue and blood collection and cell isolation, all in the name of advancing medical research.

Read our story: http://bit.ly/1kBqHqO Show less

Department of Construction Management Play

Sacramento State's Department of Construction Management is a force to be reckoned with on a national stage. It wins prestigious competitions through the country and its students have jobs waiting when they graduate.
For more on CM:
http://www.ecs.csus.edu/wcm/cm/index.html
http://www.csus.edu/sacstatenews/Articles/2013/11/DesignBuil­d11-06-13.html

Made at Sac State - The Video Magazine Play

Don't miss this brand-new talk show debuting Sept. 5 on KQCA My58. The eight half-hour episodes, each devoted to a different college, will air at 6:30 a.m. Thursdays through Oct. 24. This week, the spotlight is on the College of Health and Human Services, which educates the nurses, police officers, social workers, speech therapists and physical therapists in our community. The Office of Public Affairs and Advocacy produced Made at Sac State -- The Video Magazine. Gloria Moraga is the executive producer and host. To learn more: http://www.csus.edu/made/tv/.
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