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Inspiring Protégés

Inspiring Protégés

For educators and mentors alike, there are moments throughout our careers when we are reminded as to why we do what we do.

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My CSU Success Story

I wanted to learn inside and outside of the classroom from as many people as possible by becoming involved on campus and giving back to the community.

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Life’s Transitions

Embracing Tim White and Bob Linscheid after receiving my bachelor’s degree, it hit me that this commencement at Chico State was my last official event as a California State University student and as a trustee. This was the end of an extraordinary experience and the beginning of a new journey. Transi

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Learn by Doing

The central premise of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo is “learn by doing.” This principle permeates every academic course and every student activity.

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Partnering for Our Children’s Future

I met California State University, Chico’s President Paul Zingg at Glory Christian Fellowship in February, 2010. He was participating in a program called CSU Super Sunday, a partnership between the Cal State system and African American churches across the state. From the pulpit, President Zingg shar

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Rosser

Higher Education for All

Like many of the thousands of CSU employees, alumni, students, and, of course, our partners in church congregations across the state, I placed high hopes on the Super Sunday effort and our collective aspirations of encouraging more young African Americans to enroll in college. From those very first

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Maritime

Called to Serve

Great organizations lead with best-in-the-world attributes.  The California Maritime Academy is a world leader in “pracademics” — the practical reinforcement of academics by real world application.  Cadets seamlessly go from learning metallurgical concepts in the classroom to creating func

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Moore

Serving the Community

I take to heart the fact that community colleges exist to serve the community. Building and strengthening the neighborhoods surrounding the 112-campus California Community College system is a shared mission, central focus and key identifier. This mission involves extending a welcoming hand to high

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Hearst CSU

Transforming Lives through Education

Before an audience of alumni, faculty, administrators, CSU trustees, CSU Foundation governors, peers, friends and family, two students present themselves and their fellow recipients of the Hearst/CSU Trustees’ Award.  As the 2012 Razi Scholar, Marilyn Thomas best exemplifies the principles of t

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A Little Otter than Before

Throughout the month of July, CSU Monterey Bay hosts hundreds of young and aspiring artists, university faculty and accomplished art professionals from throughout the state.  The campus becomes a setting for exploration of students’ talents, artistic risk-taking, sharing of experiences, peer co

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