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President Leslie E. Wong
Welcome to the home of the Office of the President at San Francisco State University.
For more than 100 years, San Francisco State has played key roles in shaping our city and the surrounding Bay Area. This is an institution driven by a commitment to student success and a commitment to our local and global communities.
Showing Purple Pride
Recruiting Students at 3rd Baptist Church
Two of the most influential women I know (Leader Pelosi & Phyllis Wong)
A leg up:
Getting in a workout with the men's soccer team
Fostering International Partnerships:
Speaking on a panel at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Confucius Institute
The campus community is invited to attend presentations by the three finalists for the Vice President for Administration and Finance/Chief Financial Officer position. The presentations have been scheduled for 3 p.m. on Monday, May 13 and Wednesday, May 15 in the Nob Hill Room of the Seven Hills Conference Center. The meeting on Thursday, May 16 will be held at 3 p.m. in the Richmond Room of the Towers Conference Center.
Monday, May 13: Ronald Cortez, Associate Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services, University of California, Santa Barbara
Wednesday, May 15: Thomas L. Davis, Vice President for Business and Finance and Chief Financial Officer, Averett University, Danville, Virginia
Thursday, May 16: Agnes Wong Nickerson, Associate Vice President for Fiscal Affairs, San Francisco State University
You can provide feedback on the candidates by filling out the electronic survey at VP Search Feedback. The search committee will review all the feedback provided by May 24, 2013 prior to making a final recommendation to President Wong.
Preparing for SF State's Next Strategic Plan
San Francisco State University's previous strategic plan, CUSP II, is now more than 10 years old. As we move forward into a new era, it is time for the university to review its mission, values and strategic goals. Our shared sense of purpose is an undeniable institutional strength and it has helped San Francisco State to weather some challenging times. Our next strategic planning effort will provide the opportunity to revise and reaffirm our goals and directions for the future, while identifying several institutional-level objectives for growth and improvement over the short, medium and long term.