Announcements


Comparative and World Literature and Jewish Studies

Professor and Chair of Comparative and World Literature Dane Johnson presented the paper “No Regrets: On the Pagan Possibilities of Being in the Americas” at the International Comparative Literature Association’s (ILCA) 21st Congress in Vienna July 21-27. He presented the paper to the conference group “The Text as Being: Ontologies of Redemption, Repair, and Regret,” which was sponsored by the ICLA Research Committee on Religions, Ethics, and Literature, a research committee chaired by Professor of Jewish Studies Kitty Millet.


Scholarships for Business Certificate in Ethics & Compliance

Four scholarships of up to $4,000 each for the Business Certificate in Ethics and Compliance program have been funded through the generous support of Kaiser Permanente. The scholarships will go toward unreimbursed tuition for postgraduate, graduate, MBA, MSA and MPA students at SF State who are accepted into the Business Certificate in Ethics and Compliance academic program and who meet the scholarship reimbursement eligibility requirements. For more information, contact Denise Kleinrichert at dk@sfsu.edu


Gene Geisler Endowed Scholarship

Professor Emeritus of Political Science R. Gene Geisler donated a total of $312,000 to endow the Gene Geisler Endowed Scholarship for Empirical Research in Political Science. The scholarship will provide annual awards to undergraduate and graduate students conducting quantitative research. Geisler wants students to focus on the science of politics - building theories and testing hypotheses.


Professor of Music wins the 2016 Moscow International Foto Award

Professor of Music Jassen Todorov won first place in the 2016 Moscow International Foto Awards in the Nature/Aerial category. In addition, National Geographic Spain magazine published his image in a two-page spread. Todorov also performed Bach's three sonatas for solo violin at a sold-out concert in Ohrid, Macedonia, and judged the Ohrid Pearls international violin competition. He has been judging that competition since 2004.

Source: SFSU Campus Memo


Scholarships for Business Certificate in Ethics & Compliance

Four scholarships of up to $4,000 each for the Business Certificate in Ethics and Compliance program have been funded through the generous support of Kaiser Permanente. The scholarships will go toward unreimbursed tuition for postgraduate, graduate, MBA, MSA and MPA students at SF State who are accepted into the Business Certificate in Ethics and Compliance academic program and who meet the scholarship reimbursement eligibility requirements. For more information, contact Denise Kleinrichert, Ph.D., at dk@sfsu.edu

Source: SFSU Campus Memo

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