At the Sacramento State Faculty Senate’s meeting on Thursday, Oct. 15, Anthony Sadler was presented with a plaque thanking him for his bravery.
President Robert Nelsen also attended to introduce a Cely Smart, a new special assistant in his office.
Ryan Todd, a sustainability manager at Sac State, explained the Sustainability Tracking Assessment & Rating System to the Senate. The system would give Sac State international recognition for its existing sustainability efforts.
Margarita Berta-Avila, vice president of the Sacramento chapter of the California Faculty Association, encouraged faculty to participate in the strike vote next week. The vote would determine whether to “settle” for a 2 percent wage increase, or to take action in order to get a 5 percent increase.