The State Hornet

Construction Management looks to diversify by adding women

State Hornet Staff

March 12, 2014

With a 100 percent post-graduation job placement rate, the construction management program on campus has proven to be one of the most successful departments at Sacramento State, but is looking to diversify by inviting more women to join.Construction Management Chair Mikael Anderson said there is a place fo...

Sacramento State replaces engineering dean

State Hornet Staff

February 5, 2014

Emir Macari, the prominent dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Sciences who launched the California Smart Grid Center and earned multiple accolades and grants, will not return to his position after being placed on leave in December.President Alexander Gonzalez announced in a memorandum Friday...

College of Engineering looks to increase number of females in program

Daisy Aguilar

October 23, 2013

Nineteen-year-old Sacramento State student Yarima Poveda is the only female in her mechanical engineering laboratory class.Poveda said this is the first time she has been the only female in an engineering class but was not surprised, considering there are never more than five females in a class.With ...