Higher Education

The State Hornet
Former Nigerian President’s media spokesman met with local LGBT community leader

Apr 24, 2016

Former Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan cancelled his Sacramento State appearance at the 25th annual Peace Awards Dinner and Dance due to a sudden illness on Friday, April 22 and was replaced by his media spokesman, Reno Omokri.

The State Hornet
Former Nigerian president cancels Sac State appearance

Former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan, who was scheduled to speak at a conference's awards ceremony at Sacramento State this Saturday, has cancelled due to health reasons.



The California Aggie
Your brain on words

Your brain on words

UC Davis researchers tap into brain activity when reading. Whether studying textbooks for an exam or opening up a crisp new novel to enjoy, reading is a part of many people’s everyday lives. We learn how to read at such a young age that it almost appears surprising that so much goes into it....

The California Aggie
Your brain on words

Your brain on words

UC Davis researchers tap into brain activity when reading. Whether studying textbooks for an exam or opening up a crisp new novel to enjoy, reading is a part of many people’s everyday lives. We learn how to read at such a young age that it almost appears surprising that so much goes into it....

The California Aggie
Your brain on words

Your brain on words

UC Davis researchers tap into brain activity when reading. Whether studying textbooks for an exam or opening up a crisp new novel to enjoy, reading is a part of many people’s everyday lives. We learn how to read at such a young age that it almost appears surprising that so much goes into it....

The State Hornet
Sac state students elect Patrick Dorsey as the new ASI president

At the 2016 Associated Students, Inc. elections, which had the highest voter turnout in 11 years at Sacramento State, one team took a majority win after the results were announced.After three weeks of ASI candidates campaigning and three days of students voting, a total of 4,462 students—15.5 percent—of the student population voted in the...

The State Hornet
Sac State holds education career fair

Sacramento State's 2016 Educator Recruitment Expo in the University Union Ballroom on Tuesday, April 19 saw even more potential employers than last year.



The State Hornet
Students enjoy snacks and music at Elections Carnival

Students were able to enjoy music, eat cotton candy and play games during the Election Carnival hosted by Associated Students, Inc. on Wednesday, April 20.

The California Aggie
UC Davis to offer nationwide K-12 computer science curriculum

UC Davis to offer nationwide K-12 computer science curriculum

New program to prepare young students for college education and career in STEM fields UC Davis recently launched a new national program for school districts across the country that will make it easier for students to have computer science educations starting in first grade. This new curriculum provides students with a full first-grade-to-high-school curriculum...

The California Aggie
Dr. Jones, poetry and the arts

Dr. Jones, poetry and the arts

How UC Davis’ own poet laureate has impacted the Davis poetry scene. Every first and third Thursday of the month, poetry comes alive at the iconic John Natsoulas Gallery in Downtown Davis. Students, teachers and professionals alike come together for the intricacies and complexities of poetry — and for the past ten years, the...

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