Volume 51, Number 28 April 12, 2004
For more, see the SF State News story: www.sfsu.edu/~news/2004/spring/50.htm.
Community service learning awards
The Office of Community Service Learning this week will honor recipients of the 2003-04 service learning awards. The awards are given to students, faculty members and one community partner for their contribution to community service learning.
Jennifer McNaughton, a lecturer in English, and Erik Rosegard, assistant professor of recreation and leisure studies, will receive faculty awards for their work in developing service learning courses and curricula and showing a commitment to service learning at SFSU.
Julia Marshall, assistant professor of art, will receive the faculty award for service learning that involves and benefits the international community.
The Charles Tindley Music Academy will receive the community partner award for providing service opportunities for SFSU students and actively mentoring and supervising students.
Finally, five undergraduate students will receive outstanding service learning student awards for their impact on an organization while performing community service learning hours. The students, who were nominated by their colleges, are:
For more information about the awards, contact Rosa Terrazas at 8-3867 or email@example.com.
Academic Senate meets Tuesday
The Academic Senate will meet from 2 to 4 p.m. Tuesday in the Nob Hill Room of the Seven Hills Conference Center.
Agenda items include: a report from CSU Academic Senate Chair Robert Cherny; a report from College of Extended Learning Dean Gail Whitaker on policies and procedures for moving academic programs to self-support; a proposed revision to the University's grade appeal practices and procedures; a proposed resolution on spam; a proposed resolution on revenue enhancement; approval of the Academic Senate fall 2004 meeting schedule; and an information item by accounting Professor Scott Jerris and Faculty Affairs Dean Marilyn Verhey on Ernest Boyer's model for reconsidering scholarship and the priorities of the professoriate.
SFSU was awarded an additional $824,665 in January and $69,103 for the first part of February.
View the list of grants and contracts: www.sfsu.edu/~news/cmemo/spring04/april12grants.htm.
Travel funds for faculty
The SFSU Retirement Association is accepting applications to provide approved, job-related travel support for University faculty members. Apply by Monday, May 10. Limited funds require that individual requests not exceed $1,000.
Letters of application should contain the purpose of the travel as well as travel plans and cost. Send letters to the SFSU Retirement Association in care of Franklin Sheehan, Mathematics Department, TH 937, or via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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FitnessPlus half sessions
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