The State Hornet

Professor questions usage of Center for Small Business accounts

State Hornet Staff

May 14, 2014

While Sacramento State’s Center for Small Business provides free consultation services to small industries in the region, at least one professor remains skeptical about faculty and administrators taking advantage of projects completed by students.Students in the College of Business Administration are ...

Sacramento State community partnerships power local, state economies as students benefit from experiences

State Hornet Staff

May 7, 2014

With annual spending exceeding $607 million annually, Sacramento State remains a major contributor to local and state revenue, with an impact of $1 billion on California’s economy.“Sac State has a tremendous reputation as well as presence in the community,” said Sanjay Varshney, dean of the College of...

Sac State celebrates Earth Day with recycling bins and dunk tanks

Alpha Chi Omega President Katie Dillen waits to be dunked as sophomore civil engineer Jason Estrella makes a throw on Wednesday for the Earth Day events in the Library Quad.

Joe Davis

April 17, 2013

Sacramento State Facilities Services hosted the university’s premiere Earth Week event Wednesday in the Library Quad. The celebration included PG&E, SMUD and other vendors from the Sacramento area, each with its own booth setup. The four Greek councils that represent Sac State also took part in the e...

The Well partners with SMUD to energize electrical grid through students working out

ReRev is the system being used by The Well and SMUD to convert human energy in to electricity. Currently, 19 machines at The Well are using the system.

Kayla Oliverio

April 9, 2013

On Tuesday, Sacramento State will display how working out at The Well now not only energizes the body, but energizes an entire electrical grid. This isn’t science fiction, but a new partnership with SMUD in Sac State’s newest effort to join the green revolution. These energy-generating workout machi...

Sac State and SMUD spearhead campus’ clean energy transition

State Hornet Staff

March 12, 2013

In an effort to reignite its green energy initiatives, Sacramento State is taking a proactive approach toward renewable energy projects in and out of the classroom. Sac State became the sub-recipient of a federal grant three years ago, receiving a little more than $8 million through a partnership with ...