CSU and Local Opportunities

SAIL Research Symposium

The SAIL Research Symposium will be held at CSU, Stanislaus in the Faculty Development Center on Thursday, May 12th 2011 from 6:00 - 9:00 pm.  The symposium will feature Dr. Marcos Pizarro speaking on the topic of Research as Social Justice: Real World Lessons from Communities, Students, and a Decade-Long Process-Based Research Project.

Admission to this event is free. Please RSVP to: sailscholars@csustan.edu

For more information, please download the flyer for the event: SAIL Research Symposium flyer 2011.pdf.

The CSU, Stanislaus Graduate School Workshop Series

The Graduate School and the Commitment to Excellence in Graduate Education (CEGE) Center are offering a new workshop series related to Graduate School and the application processes. This includes financial aid opportunities and preparation for the timed writing sections of graduate entrance exams.
RSVP: CEGECenter@csustanedu
For more information, contact CEGECenter@csustan.edu or download the flyer: The Graduate School and CEGE Center Workshop Series.doc.

Central Valley Dual Language Parent Conference
The Central Valley Dual Language Parent Conference will be held on March 19th, 2011.  For more detailed information and a registration form, please visit: http://cvdlc.wordpress.com/parent-conference/

SAIL Facebook Page

We invite everyone to join the SAIL Facebook Page. Information, opportunities, and announcements are posted on the SAIL Facebook Page. To join go to http://www.facebook.com/sailscholars and click the "Like" button at the top of the page.

CSU Stanislaus Library Spring 2011 Graduate Education Workshop Series Sponsored by the CEGE Center and the Title V PPOHA Grant Project

The University Library is pleased to offer two graduate education workshops during the 2011 spring semester. The workshops are designed to inform and empower graduate students who are in the process of researching, writing, and/or formatting their graduate theses/projects or dissertations. Thesis or dissertation writers are strongly encouraged to attend at least one session of each workshop.  Both workshops will be repeated throughout the semester. For more information on the workshop schedule, please visit the website - http://library.csustan.edu:8080/gradworkshops.  RSVP is not required but recommended.  RSVP at http://library.csustan.edu:8080/graduate_education_workshop_series_rsvp_form.   For more information, contact GradStudents@Library.csustan.edu, or call 209-667-3232.

The 7th Annual California Reading Association Area 4 Mini Conference

The California Reading Association will hold its 7th Annual Area 4 Mini Conference at the San Joaquin County Office of Education on February 26, 2011. Please contact Lynda Griblin for more information or if you have questions at lyndag5158@aol.com. To download the Registration Flyer click the following link - Registration Flyer: 7th Annual California Reading Association Area 4 Mini Conference.pdf.