Event Title

Research in Academe

Location

King Library 225/229

Start Date

25-5-2011 9:15 AM

End Date

26-5-2011 9:45 AM

Description

Pamela Stacks will discuss the role of the public university in disseminating, archiving and providing access to the research and scholarship of faculty and students.

Speaker Biography

Pamela C. Stacks, Ph.D.
Dr. Stacks is the Associate Vice President of Graduate Studies and Research at San José State University. She received an A.B. degree in Biology from Revelle College at UC, San Diego and a Ph.D. from UCLA in Biochemistry. She started at SJSU in 1983 as an Assistant Professor of Chemistry. After tenure and promotion to Full Professor, she was Chair of the Department of Chemistry and Chair of the SJSU Academic Senate prior to her appointment to her position. She was Chair of the Council of Graduate Deans for the California State University (CSU), Chair of the CSU Chief Research Officers, and a member of the Western Association of Graduate Schools Executive Committee. She served on the SJSU Open Access Task Force which provided recommendations to the Academic Senate how to address policy issues surrounding Open Access. She currently serves on the Council of Graduate Schools Government Relations Committee. While in the Chemistry Department, she had an active laboratory supervising undergraduate and master’s level students with a research goal of elucidating protein-DNA interactions especially those of sperm proteins.

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May 25th, 9:15 AM May 26th, 9:45 AM

Research in Academe

King Library 225/229

Pamela Stacks will discuss the role of the public university in disseminating, archiving and providing access to the research and scholarship of faculty and students.