“As California’s Capital University, we are a hub for innovative ideas and practices to improve education outcomes in our region,” President Robert S. Nelsen said in a written statement. “This grant will give us the funding to work toward becoming a national model for a pathways training program, providing Sacramento State the opportunity to build the next generation of researchers.
“As California’s Capital University, we are a hub for innovative ideas and practices to improve education outcomes in our region,” President Robert S. Nelsen said in a written statement. “This grant will give us the funding to work toward becoming a national model for a pathways training program, providing Sacramento State the opportunity to build the next generation of researchers. Steve McKay courtesy of Sacramento State
“As California’s Capital University, we are a hub for innovative ideas and practices to improve education outcomes in our region,” President Robert S. Nelsen said in a written statement. “This grant will give us the funding to work toward becoming a national model for a pathways training program, providing Sacramento State the opportunity to build the next generation of researchers. Steve McKay courtesy of Sacramento State

Sacramento State receives grant for new student research project

June 14, 2016 09:19 PM

UPDATED June 20, 2016 01:27 AM

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