While most Stanislaus State students were happy to take a break from remote learning in January, 11 computer science students dug in for more.
Adam Gularte, Corey Edh, Jashandeep Singh, Jorge Hernandez Ortega, Christopher Gallo, Giancarlo Garcia Deleon, Evan Duran, Kristijan Hornung, Moises Ortega-Garcia, Brendan Contreras and Ethan Chau participated in the Online Project-Based Software Coding Camp, joining 11 students from Tongmyong University in South Korea.
Stanislaus State and Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand signed a five-year agreement this week that will allow the institutions to engage in joint research, explore educational opportunities for faculty and students, and share best practices.
Cohort 8 Graduating Class
The ASBSN Program and School of Nursing leadership, faculty, staff, and well-wishers would like to congratulate the graduating class on completing nursing school. We are very proud of you and wish you the best in your future endeavors.
Due to the ongoing health crisis, the Pinning Ceremony for the ASBSN Class of 2020 has been postponed. We plan to celebrate this important nursing milestone at a later date.
From as early as she can remember, Sokcon Swing has wanted to be a teacher, but the road that led to her goal wasn’t always smooth.
“I’ve gone through so many trials and tribulations,” she said. “Unlike most of my childhood friends, my parents didn’t grow up here. I didn’t have the same resources they had,” she added.
Swing moved the U.S. from Cambodia with her family in 1982 as they fled genocide, and as a first-generation college student her parents couldn’t help her apply to colleges, nor did they have the resources to help her financially.