School bulletin: Recycled art on display
Recycled art on display
Students in the advanced art class at Rocklin High School have turned everyday trash into one-of-a-kind art. The students worked with Roseville-based nonprofit organization reCREATE to learn about the importance of waste reduction and ways to reduce, reuse and recycle clean waste. The art is now on display at the Rocklin Library at 4890 Granite Drive. The library is open Monday through Saturday and the show runs through July 21. For more information, call reCREATE at (916) 749-3717.
Jessup University hires new professor
William Jessup University has hired Dr. Manuel Salazar as an assistant professor in the business department. Salazar previously served as an adjunct business professor at Grand Canyon University. He will help build Jessup's new accounting concentration. A native Californian, Salazar has also worked as a corporate controller, school principal and high school mathematics and economics teacher. He earned his bachelor's degree from University of North Carolina at Pembroke, an M.B.A. from Campbell University in North Carolina and an Ed.D. from Pensacola Christian College in Florida.
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