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Editor’s Note


How do they do it?

When we found out that CSU, Chico has produced quite a few actors, writers, and directors, we thought it would be interesting to take a peek into their lives—see how they got where they are and hear about their hopes and dreams. What we found out was that, yes, it’s not always easy in their highly competitive and often unstable field. It was also surprising how down to earth and accessible these alums are.

In this issue, we also examine some subjects that are center stage in popular media. With the increasing national coverage of stem cell research and human cloning, it seemed timely to look at CSU, Chico’s research in animal cloning (specifically, assisted reproductive technology). California’s teacher shortage has been covered by publications statewide, so we highlight four programs that CSU, Chico has developed to address the need for more teachers.

Please feel free to send me any comments about changes or additions you’d like to see or sections of the magazine you think should be expanded. We’re eager to please you, the reader, and provide you with the most interesting, up-to-date stories.

Marion Harmon

   

  Chico Statements is published by the Office of Public Affairs and Publications twice a year for alums, parents, faculty, staff and friends of California State University, Chico.
   

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