Stanislaus State Interim Dean of the College of Science Mark Grobner frequently has to call the university's public safety department to report the various poachers that illegally fish the ponds of the Turlock college campus. This week, however, Grobner was made aware of a different kind of presence around the Naraghi Hall of Science's Willow Lake.
The school year has just begun, and Stanislaus State already has reason to celebrate. Following recognition from the likes of the Obama administration and multiple respected publications over the course of the past year, the university now has several new accolades to add to its collection.
A week after introducing herself to Stanislaus State's Class of 2020, President Ellen Junn shared what she's accomplished during her first 60 days in office and her vision for the university's future at the school's Fall Convocation.
Following the Turlock Unified School District's success with the program during the previous two school years, the district is once again partnering with Stanislaus State in order to better prepare its students for college.
The results from the second year of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress were released by the California Department of Education this week, giving insight as to how students throughout the state have improved since last year's testing.
A recent donation to the Turlock High School Engineering Technology/STEM Program has provided both state-of-the-art 3D printers and has boosted students' interest in the course, adding to an already impressive display of the program's hi-tech equipment.
The Pitman High football team has a lot more to worry about than just putting in a good performance for their season opening game on Friday, as the team now has to find a place to play it. Pitman High School Athletic Director David Walls, along with the Turlock High Athletic Director and Turlock Youth Football president, were notified on Tuesday afternoon that Joe Debely Stadium is unavailable for use until further notice due to the weakened condition of the turf.
Suitcases, boxes and hugs were aplenty in and around the dorm rooms of Stanislaus State on Wednesday, as students said their final goodbyes to family members and moved into their new homes for the school year.
Following the reception of grant funding in July, the Turlock Unified School District Board of Trustees unanimously approved Tuesday a new initiative between the district and Stanislaus State which will effectively prepare educators to enter the workforce.