Roeder, a professor of chemistry and physics, has been at SDSU since 1968. He earned his bachelor’s degree at Dartmouth College and his doctorate at the University of Wisconsin. He is past chairman of SDSU’s chemistry and physics departments, and was the interim dean of the College of Sciences before becoming director of the master of arts in liberal arts and sciences program (http://www.rohan.sdsu.edu/dept/mala/). The program is tailored to adult learners who wish to pursue graduate study on a part-time basis.
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The Electronic Intifada
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Official U.S. Time Clock
This site, convenient for setting clocks, is provided by the two timekeeping agencies of the United States: the National Institute of Standards and Technology and its military counterpart, the U.S. Naval Observatory.
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Legislative Analyst’s Office
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