Stanislaus State Daybook 6-15-22 – Oakdale Leader

Here’s a look at what’s going on at Stanislaus State University in Turlock. A calendar of Stan State events is available on the University Events website. See online at:

Second place in the CSU competition

Warriors Felice Angelica Dacpano, Eli Frazer and Nahui Gonzalez Millan all won second place in California State University’s 36th Annual Student Research Competition. The competition featured 21 categories for undergraduate and graduate students, with students first presenting on their own campuses.

Turlock Community Gardens

Geology/paleobiology professor Julia Sankey knew in January that she wanted to enter the faculty’s early retirement program (FERP) and teach part-time, but worked tirelessly throughout her final semester full-time. full. In addition to using an on-campus research grant (RSCA) to study the effects of Stanislaus State commuters on local air pollution, Sankey used an Innovate, Design, Excel and Assess for Success (IDEAS) grant. to create a free conference on community and school gardens. .

Sustainability efforts

The work of the Capital Planning and Facilities Management team was recently recognized at last month’s Sustainable Facilities Forum. Geng Liu, Stan State’s energy manager, accepted the Sustainability Leadership Award on behalf of CPFM for his work on the campus-wide LED lighting conversion and rooftop photovoltaic array. student center.

The website brings home the bronze

Stanislaus State’s redesigned website recently won a bronze medal at the 2022 Indigo Design Awards, earning recognition in the agency category for web design.

New sports director

Aaron Allaire has been named Stanislaus State’s athletic director. Allaire has served as acting athletic director since February 2022. He began his career in athletic administration at Stan State in 2014. He has also served as a lecturer in the Department of Kinesiology since 2008.

The goalkeeper takes the international game

When she graduated from South San Francisco High School in 2019 without a suitable scholarship offer, Alexia Estrada wondered if her football days were over. Not only did Stanislaus State women’s soccer coach Gabriel Bolton want her to play in his team, so did the Guatemala national team.

In case you missed it

As the valley’s economy continues to recover from the pandemic, the Federal Reserve’s planned interest rate hikes in 2022, inflation and record oil prices cast a shadow over the outlook. The Federal Reserve’s main objective of reducing inflation by raising interest rates could lead the regional economy to a hard landing. That’s the economic outlook for the coming year according to the semi-annual San Joaquin Valley Business Forecast produced by Gokce Soydemir, the business economics professor at Foster Farms in Stanislaus State.

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