“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

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