Several SSU faculty and staff participated on panel presentations at the 2010 Northern California Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education on Sat., Oct. 16 at CSU Sacramento.
The Forum, now in its twentieth year, brings students from groups underrepresented in graduate education together for a one-day event every fall. Students attend workshops throughout the day and are also able to meet with over 120 recruiters from graduate schools from throughout the United States.
This year's event had more than 1700 registered participants, including more than 60 students from SSU.
SSU faculty and staff who participated on the program included:
Arts and Humanities Panel:
Kim Hester-Williams, professor, English
Physical Sciences and Mathematics Panel:
Carmen Works, associate professor, chemistry
Social Science Panels:
Daniel Malpica, assistan professor, Chicano and Latino studies
Charlene Tung, associate professor, women's and gender studies
Francisco Vazquez, professor, Hutchins School of Liberal Studies
Elisa Velasquez-Andrade, professor, psychology
The Role of the Masters Degree
Elaine Sundberg, Academic Affairs