Dr. Jenni Murphy, who’s been serving as interim dean of the College of Continuing Education (CCE), will now take the helm as the new dean following a nationwide search.
“I’m so honored and excited to be CCE’s next dean,” said Dr. Murphy. “I’ve seen this college grow is so many ways during my 17 years at Sacramento State and CCE and look forward to building on that legacy by continuing to expand access to education. We have a unique opportunity to support the development of our community, the city of Sacramento and the state of California with our innovative pathways to learning – and I’m ready to get started.”
Update: Two weeks after being honored by the American Society for Public Administration – Sacramento Chapter, Dr. Jenni Murphy was appointed the new dean of the College of Continuing Education. She will take the helm on June 1.
The American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) Sacramento Chapter honored College of Continuing Education (CCE) Interim Dean Dr. Jenni Murphy at its 36th Annual Awards Dinner on May 9, presenting her with the prestigious 2018 Chester A. Newland Academic Excellence Award for her contributions and leadership in the education of public administrators.
When we first met Victor Moreno and his fianceé Joceline Ampuero, they were adjusting to their new lives as students in the English Language Institute (ELI). Since then, ELI has become a family tradition. Not only did Victor and Joceline graduate from ELI, Victor’s daughter recently studied here while on vacation.
Ronniedith Ramos, better known as “Ronnie,” and her sorority will represent Sacramento State at the 28th Annual Chalk It Up! Festival after winning our first-ever Chalk Up More Units art contest. The sidewalk art by Ronnie and her Phi Sigma Sigma sisters received the most votes during our weeklong event in April.
With their improved language skills and posters created by hand, students in our English Language Institute (ELI) gave their interpretation of “Global Perspectives on Community,” the theme of the 2018 One World Initiative Student Symposium held in the University Union in April.
An instructor at the English Language Institute (ELI) and one of his international students teamed up and contributed a chapter to a recently published textbook for English language learners. The chapter was “a dialogue about high expectations in a writing class between a novice teacher and his student,” explained the novice, ELI’s Michael Winans.
Once the rain washes away, we’ll find out what a few pieces of chalk and a limitless imagination can create!
Meet our Summer Session team at the Library Quad this week (April 17 – 20, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.) and take part in Sacramento State’s first “Chalk up more units” campaign. You will be vying for the chance to represent the University at the 28th Annual Chalk It Up! Festival at Freemont Park.
The California Workforce Association invited Dr. Jenni Murphy, interim dean at the College of Continuing Education and a leader in workforce development, to join a panel at its 2018 Youth@Work conference at the Sheraton Grand in Sacramento. The annual event, which drew more than 550 participants. focuses on critical issues facing young people as they prepare for the workplace and how educators and workforce professionals can effectively serve them.
Dr. Sheree Meyer, Dr. Amy Kautzman, Dr. Chevelle Newsome, Dr. Joanna Mott, Dr. Robin Carter and Dr. Jenni Murphy, left to right (Jessica Jarrety, College of Continuing Education)
Sacramento State continues to lead students, alumni, and our entire region into the future. Dr. Ching-Hua Wang oversees the university’s Academic Affairs as Provost, and has seen groundbreaking changes even in her first year as the chief academic officer.
The College of Continuing Education (CCE) at Sacramento State will expand its services for the public, private and nonprofit sectors with the addition of the university’s Center for Collaborative Policy (CCP). The new Consensus and Collaboration Program (CCP) will combine the resources of CCE with CCP’s work in conflict resolution, public engagement, collaborative problem solving, strategic planning, organizational development, research and training services.
Dr. Helen Wussow, Dean, College of Continuing Education (CCE) has accepted a position of Senior Vice President and Dean of Open Campus at The New School (TNS) in New York. She will start her new position in spring 2018.
The College of Continuing Education (CCE) has planted a garden on the Sacramento State campus, as part of a food security initiative. The new CCE Perennial Food Plot “focuses on long-lasting fruit trees and bushes that do well in our hot dry Mediterranean climate,” says Jeremiah Woolsey, CCE’s director of Digital Learning & Technology Solutions.
The Expanding Your Horizons STEM conference is all about getting middle school girls excited about math and science. The nonprofit Women of AT&T partnered with the College of Continuing Education in planning the event, which celebrated its 11th year at Sacramento State in 2017.
The first apprenticeship program offered at Sacramento State, where participants earn a professional certificate, a promotion and a pay raise, has won a prestigious award and a congratulatory message from Sacramento’s mayor.
The Workforce Development Professional Apprenticeship Program at the College of Continuing Education (CCE) received the 2017 Engagement Award from the University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) West Region, which represents continuing education institutions and universities in the western United States and Canada.
Sacramento State Paramedic student Wil Stewart dashed to join his family, taking his front row seat at the University Union as an honored guest of Sacramento State President Robert S. Nelsen.
Wil had just finished two local media interviews - one for CBS13 and the other for Fox40 - and promised another interview to KCRA, but he needed to take his seat with the President preparing to go onstage for his 2017 Fall Address.
Sacramento State Paramedic Program student Wil Stewart with his parents, Traci and Bill Stewart. (Courtesy: Wil Stewart)
When Wil Stewart, a Sacramento State paramedic student, saved a man from choking to death, the national attention he received astonished him, even made him squirm a bit because, after all, he “wasn’t raised to go around bragging,” he said.