President Robert S. Nelsen spoke to the campus community for the first time on Thursday, Aug. 27, introducing his vision for Sacramento State during his Fall Address in the University Union Ballroom. More than 1,000 people listened as he announced his goals, almost all of which are focused on student success. “I am entirely student-centered,” he said. (This video of the address has been edited for clarity.)
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/.
The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics educates a diverse workforce and fosters scientific and mathematical literacy. Coursework and labs emphasize hands-on experience and interaction with top professors to prepare students for a future of opportunity. For more on NSM: http://www.csus.edu/nsm/
The College of Arts and Letters has programs that enrich our lives, excite our senses and generate insight on our very existence. Courses include Arts, English, history, philosophy, communications, and more. Here is a sampling of some of the videos from the College of A&L. And for more information on the college: http://www.csus.edu/al/
The College of Business Administration has provided a strong foundation in business knowledge, skills and values for five decades, achieving its fundamental goal - to cultivate excellence and develop business leaders with management skills and an understanding of their responsibilities. For more on the College of Business Administration: http://www.cba.csus.edu/