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Sac State students go on to CSU research competition

Sac State students go on to CSU research competition

State Hornet Staff

April 27, 2016

Sacramento State will be sending 11 students to the 30th annual California State University Research Competition at CSU Bakersfield on April 29 and 30.The students representing Sacramento State in the competition are as follows: Morgan Garvey, psychology; Didier “D.J.” Mponte, electrical and electronic e...

Students share research with community

Students share research with community

Angel Kidka

February 29, 2016

Sacramento State’s Annual Student Research Symposium took place on Friday, Feb. 26 in the University Union Ballroom. “Share Your Discoveries, Build Your Experience,” was the theme of the symposium, which featured over 40 undergraduate and graduate projects from all seven academic colleges ...

Psychology Department holds Research Conference at Sac State

Psychology Department holds Research Conference at Sac State

Angel Kidka

November 5, 2015

Sacramento State’s Department of Psychology held their annual Research Conference on Nov. 3 in the University Union to give psychology students the opportunity to present their research and inform the campus community about the different aspects of the psychology department. The itinerary s...

Solutions to HIV examined through graduate work

Zack Jordan

November 22, 2014

Research for making a specific chemical bond to fill a space to prevent HIV from attaching itself to cells was revealed at an HIV seminar in Sequoia Hall at Sacramento State. Chemistry professor Cynthia Kellen-Yuen said the reason for the seminar on Friday is because as a graduate student at Sac Stat...

Students share latest research on migration for One World Initiative

State Hornet Staff

April 22, 2014

Students and professors gathered  to celebrate the second annual One World Initiative to share their latest projects and research at the Union Monday afternoon. Migration was the theme for this year’s One World Initiative which focused on animal and human migration due to mainly environmental factor...

Professor teams up with nurse leaders to make a new discovery

Professor teams up with nurse leaders to make a new discovery

Erika Bradley

April 17, 2014

Sacramento State Professor of Nursing Dian Baker, is part of the team who recently discovered as to why patients contact pneumonia in hospitals during the one-year pre-intervention study in 2012 and post-intervention study in 2013.  Baker said this is the first study to look into the universal impleme...

All students allowed to participate in McNair Research Symposium

Ashley Hurtado

April 1, 2014

Sacramento State students are taking advantage of research opportunities created by the 2014 McNair Scholars symposium.The organization, for the first time since its creation, invited all students to present research projects at the conference.  The symposium was created three years ago to give McNair ...

Program helps minorities get into graduate school

Program helps minorities get into graduate school

Daisy Aguilar

October 30, 2013

Social work major Jazzmine Parker, 23, wants to apply to graduate school to become a medical social worker and professor.She joined the McNair Scholar Program at Sacramento State to help her pursue her goal.“[McNair] opened my eyes in how to be competitive when applying for graduate school,” Parker said.The program a...

Sac State student to present research at statewide competition

Elisha Angrisani

April 17, 2012

A Sacramento State Student has been selected to present her research on “Web Gangsters” at the statewide student research challenge at CSU Long Beach. Criminal justice major Marisa Smith was one of the winners in last month’s student research challenge at Sac State. She was one of four winners w...

Professor at Sac State explores new levels of LCD technology

Elisha Angrisani

March 13, 2012

Sacramento State physics professor Vassili Sergan has taken his research on campus to the next level with two projects using liquid crystals. Sergan has worked at Sac State for 10 years, and has been doing his research on top of teaching full time as a physics professor. He helped revolutionize the liq...

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