List of Sacramento State people

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This is a list of encyclopedic persons (students, alumni, faculty, staff, or academic affiliates) associated with California State University, Sacramento (Sacramento State).

Alumni[edit]

Arts[edit]

Television and movies[edit]

Rene Syler

Musicians[edit]

Fine artists[edit]

Politicians and government[edit]

Mervyn M. Dymally, former Lt. Governor

International politicians[edit]

Business[edit]

Authors and academics[edit]

Ann Bannon in 2002

Athletes[edit]

Football[edit]

Other sports[edit]

Sports figures (non athletes)[edit]

Faculty, staff, and other associated academics[edit]

Current[edit]

  • Alexander Gonzalez - University president
  • Gregory Mark - Professor of Ethnic Studies, Director of Asian American Studies Program. Family created first Asian-American film in 1916, The Curse of Quon Gwon[111]
  • Joseph Palermo - Associate professor of History, author[112]
  • Richard Savino - Professor in Music, Guitarist/lutenist, Grammy nominated in 2012 for Best Small Ensemble Performance[113][114]
  • Dr. Vassili Sergan - Professor in Physics, liquid crystal research leading to patents pending on a flat lens that will improve eyeglass features.[115][116]
  • Dr. Warren Drew Smith - Professor in Electronic and Electrical Engineering, BioMed (electrical operated fanny-pack) device granted with a patent[117]
  • Stephanie Brown Trafton - Athletics coach, Olympic Gold Medalist[118]
  • Michael Vann - Professor of History
  • Rita Cameron Wedding - Department of Women's Studies Director, Professor of Women's Studies and Ethnic Studies, Fulbright Scholar, Governor's appointee to California Commission on Status of Women, appointed to Board of California Behavioral Sciences in 2007, currently participating in federal investigation for U.S. Department of Justice regarding racism in Shelby County, Tennessee[119]

Emeritus[edit]

Former[edit]

Adjunct[edit]

Former administrators[edit]

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