Resources for Members
Look below to find out more about the on and off campus resources, service events, programs, and organizations which we are involved with.
SAGES are frequently invited to attend local STEM education events and programs, such as the Bay Area Science Festival Discovery Day, local K-12 science fairs, Cal State East Bay events, and more! At these events, SAGES may have the opportunity to demonstrate HOST Labs curriculum.
HOST, or the Hands On Science Teaching program is curriculum developed with the goal of giving undergraduate students direct science teaching experience for K-12 students. The HOST Labs are an initiative of the Integrated Middle School Science (IMSS) Partnership to involve undergraduate students in K-12 standards-based science instruction.Fundamental concepts in science are explored through fun, active and engaging activities designed to be easy to teach and stimulating to the minds of students!
Faculty affiliates taking part in HOST Labs include SAGES Faculty Advisor and Institute for STEM Education Associate Director Dr. Danika LeDuc.
For more information fill out the contact form on the Contact Us page.
The CIRCLe Labs project is an initiative of CSUEB's Institute for STEM Education aimed at providing STEM learning opportunities for students and educators.
The mission of the CIRCLe Labs is to provide STEM learning opportunities for students, educators, and parents in parallel with rapidly changing knowledge, practices, and needs in STEM fields and disciplines. CIRCLe Labs provide multiple connected spaces for STEM experts and industry professionals to offer workshops, conferences, lectures and professional development opportunities. Dedicated space and support services, Videoconferencing technology, and hybrid teaching and learning methods broaden access to lab sites across Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.
SAGES members will have access to volunteer opportunities at the CIRCLe Labs after its launch on January 4th, 2016!
Student Life and Leadership
Student Life and Leadership Programs provides opportunities for student learning beyond the classroom and enhances the mission of the university through the coordination and support of a variety of special programs that promote campus life, leadership and community engagement. Special programs include orientation for new students and families; the recognition and development of student clubs and organizations; leadership conferences, seminars and workshops; and campus wide programs and events.
Student Life and Leadership provides club support and enrichment programs throughout the academic year.
Associated Students, Inc.
ASI is a well-known and highly valuable resource for students and student groups alike. ASI provides the bulk of SAGES' financial support, while also providing an extensive network of students and professionals to assist students at Cal State East Bay.
Associated Students Incorporated prioritizes students needs and advocates for them through lobbying. Lobbying is done through non-violent demonstrations at the federal, state, syst,em, and campus level while ensuring students opinions are objectively heard in every decision affecting them. Associated Students Incorporated also provides significant services, funding, and diverse programs and facilities that improve the holistic educational experience, enabling students success.Click here to find out more
The Institute for STEM Education
The Institute for STEM Education provides SAGES with opportunities to get on the ground-floor of local STEM education initiatives, while also providing resources such as student support and professional development training. Click here to find out more