The University Planning Advisory Council asked faculty to weigh in once again on the newest proposal for the merging of colleges within SF State.
However, despite faculty input, another professional population on campus that is heavily impacted by the reorganization feels ignored—the staff.
“No matter what Corrigan
Every day, Margaret Leahy returns home from her part-time teaching job at SF State and is greeted with excitement by her dancing pint-sized pooch, Marley.
She treats Marley to a dog biscuit and looks out her back door at the planter box full of pink bougainvilleas,
As University faculty members were grilling students in the midst of midterm mayhem, the roles of the examined and the examiner switched as students were given a chance to grade SF State.
On March 24, SF State students took part in the accreditation process by sharing
In an email to faculty and staff on March 21, President Robert A. Corrigan announced a new proposal for the reorganization of SF State's eight colleges.
The six-college structure recommended by the University Planning Advisory Council remains intact, but the new proposal differs in where it
This summer, the mathematics department at SF State will launch its pilot online course for the new Mandatory Early Start Program, requiring incoming freshmen to begin remedial courses before their first semester in the California State University system.
The pilot program at SF State consists of
A routine fire drill interrupted instruction in Burk Hall for about 10 minutes at 11 a.m. today.
People could be seen hovering around the building as they awaited permission to re-enter the building.
Safety officer for the environmental health occupational safety department, Andrew Yu, said the intention
[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="512" caption="Michael Maltzan, founder and principal of Michael Maltzan Architecture, unveils the designs for the Mashouf Performing Arts Center at SF State on Thursday, Feb. 24th. The new 242,150 square foot state-of-the-art facility will be built at the corner of Lake Merced
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="342" caption="Second year student Kyla Watson (left) and freshman Clara Goldstein (right) compete in SF State's annual Kiss an iPod contest on Valentine's Day at Malcolm X Plaza. Eric Soracco / staff photographer"][/caption]
Despite the cold weather, Malcolm X Plaza heated up with