Student & Alumni News
Sebastian Maselli (Mass Media) and Patrick Sattley (Mass Media) along with Heli Morey, Stephen Cammell, and Heidy Lopez won an Emmy for their film North County Food Bank.
Maricel Alamares (Communication) and Marlynda Do (Communication) were invited to be research assistants for Drs. Dreama Moon and Michlle A. Holling's project to co-edit a special issue of the Journal of Intercultural and International Communication. The call for papers is forthcoming in November 2013.
Three Political Science students, who participated in Sacramento Semester Program, were among ten people in the program who received job offers.
“The Sacramento Semester Program is an outstanding undergraduate internship program in the California State University system. Created and administered by the Sacramento State Government Department, the program places up to 30 students in state government, advocacy, news media, and related offices. Students come from all 22 CSU campuses, as well as from the University of California and other public and private colleges and universities. Students receive six semester credits for working 25 hours per week in the offices of state legislators, legislative committees, the governor, executive branch agencies, political associations, advocacy organizations, or the news media. The students also attend weekly seminars conducted by Sacramento State faculty and earn an additional six semester credits upon completion of the seminars. The Center supports the program by providing assistance with intern recruitment, orientation, and placement.”
Four Political Science students, Yeltsin Gonzales, Victor Lopez, Mireya Tinoco, and Elizabeth Valentin, were selected for the Justice Corps internship program through a competitive process. They started their internship on the first week of October.
"Justice Corps is an innovative national service program that minimizes the justice gap in California communities by training college students to provide information and assistance to people who come to court to resolve family, housing and financial matters but can’t afford an attorney."
Five CSUSM student filmmakers received an Emmy® at the 2013 National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences-Pacific Southwest Chapter Awards in June for their film, North County Food Bank. This is the first time that a CSUSM student film has received this honor. [Read more]
Student Body President Matt Walsh (Political Science, Social Science) finds a voice and a home at CSUSM. [Read more]