hamlet posterWilliam Shakespeare's final exit from the World's Stage was April 23, 1616, and Sonoma State University is commemorating the 400th anniversary of his death with theatrical and musical performances.

joe standridge with studentsThe accounting department at Sonoma State University has quietly grown into a job-placement powerhouse, competing with schools like Brigham Young University and the University of Southern California in bringing the nation's top accounting firms to recruit students as early as freshman year. "We're now considered a 'target school' for major accounting firms," says Joe Standridge, accounting professor and advisor of the Accounting Forum student club.

wtenteamphoto.jpgSonoma State University sports update April 12-19. Women's tennis finishes No. 3 in conference, women's water polo ends the season with a win, and men's golf finishes No. 2 at invitational.

students on earth dayEarth Day is April 22, and a student group at Sonoma State University is encouraging the campus community to start the celebration one day early with events scheduled throughout the day on Thursday, April 21.

barbara mccaffreySonoma State University faculty emerita Barbara McCaffrey was invited by the Ambassador of the Republic of Rwanda to speak at the Commemoration of the 22nd Anniversary of the 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsi hosted by the Rwandan Embassy in Washington, D.C. on April 7.

rhoslyn jonesAcclaimed lyric soprano Rhoslyn Jones joins the Sonoma State University Symphony Orchestra for an evening of 'Musical Postcards' on May 1 at 7:30 p.m. in Weill Hall at the Green Music Center.

charmaz lecture flyerLoss of self commonly occurs among people who have suffered a devastating illness or injury. Many of them subsequently struggle to regain a valued self, but how do they do it? Sonoma State Sociology Professor Kathy Charmaz discusses this and other questions in a powerful lecture, "Losing and Regaining a Valued Self," on Tuesday, April 26 at noon in the Student Center Ballroom.

research symposium flyerThe second annual Sonoma State University Symposium of Research and Creativity is Wednesday, May 4, 2-6:30 p.m. in the Student Center. The event features research from more than 200 undergraduate and graduate students, including poster sessions, demonstrations and PowerPoint presentations. In addition to student work, Native American Indian artist and scholar L. Frank Manriquez is scheduled to give a special presentation. Admission is free.

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