Hannah Ingwerson dancingIt was a longshot. "Like a No. 16-seed reaching the Final Four," says proud professor Kristen Daley. But Sonoma State University senior Hannah Ingwerson defied the odds this year to make it to the big dance -- literally. This summer, her dance piece, "For Example," will be performed at the American College Dance Association (ACDA) National Conference at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC.

softball team gives high fivesSonoma State University sports update April 27-May 3. Softball knocked out of CCAA Tournament, but snags bid into NCAA Tourney; water polo boasts eight postseason awards; and men's golf team records two all-conference honors; baseball splits two doubleheaders with Stanislaus.

solar picnic table and generatorA solar-powered "smart" picnic table and silent solar-powered power generator are on display this week at Sonoma State University. The student projects are two of more than 100 that will be presented at the annual University Research Symposium on Wednesday, May 4, 4-6:30 p.m. in the Student Center Ballroom. Both are projects of students in the Engineering Science Department and will be on display in the quad between Darwin and Stevenson halls, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. through Friday, May 6.

SSU in the News, Jan. 1-April 29

April 29, 2016 11:17 AM

ssu logoA round-up of Sonoma State University in print, television, radio and web media.

professors presented with awardSonoma State University Professors Karin Enstam Jaffe and Patrick Jackson are the recipients of the 2015-2016 President's Excellence in Scholarship award. The award honors faculty for their outstanding scholarship, commitment to student participation in research, and their creative approaches for making their scholarship available beyond the academic community. It recognizes the important connection between faculty professional development and enriched learning environments for students.

international hall sign on campusSince moving to the rededicated International Hall in 2014, the Sonoma State University Center for International Education (CIE) has added more than just lounge areas, workspaces and hi-tech meeting rooms. It has established International Hall as a hub for study-abroad students both visiting and returning to Sonoma State.

bfa flyerThe Sonoma State University Art Gallery presents the 2016 BFA exhibition, featuring work from students graduating this year with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. The exhibition runs April 28 through May 21 with a free reception held at the University Art Gallery on Thursday, April 28, 5-7 p.m.

softball seniorsSonoma State University sports update April 19-26. Softball clinches No. 3 seed, women's water polo earns No. 2 seed, and men's golf places No. 2 at the CCAA Men's Golf Championships.

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