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Sarah Dove, Mob Boss
October 30, 2014
Economic Lecture: Return to Elite College Education: A Quasi-Experimental Approach
November 5, 2014
Career and Internship Expo
November 6, 2014
Economic Lecture: Exploring Shocks, Remittances, and Health Spending in Uganda
November 13, 2014
Wine Executive MBA Program Info Session
November 20, 2014
Economic Lecture: The Effects of Negative House Price Shocks on Migration: Evidence across U.S. Housing Downturns
December 4, 2014
Economic Lecture: Financial Market Integration and Spillover Effects
January 17, 2015
Wine Executive MBA Program Information Session
January 17, 2015
Graduate Programs Information Session
Vision, Mission, and Values
What we're known for today. And who we are becoming.
Sonoma State University's School of Business and Economics will be the educational nucleus for a collaborative, thriving North Bay economy.
The mission of Sonoma State University's School of Business and Economics is to create extraordinary learning experiences for our students and to advance best business practices in the North Bay and beyond.
We fulfill this mission by:
- Providing memorable and transformational educational programs for the global business professionals of the future and for the emerging leaders of North Bay enterprises.
- Being an exemplar of best practice by researching, developing and applying the business tools, methods, and strategies that we teach our students.
- Convening and engaging the North Bay business community toward generating regional economic prosperity.
Our core values.
As a core constituency of Sonoma State University, the School of Business and Economics supports and affirms the declared values of the university community:
- Academic Excellence
- Collaboration and Shared Governance
- Global Perspectives
We avow a triple-bottom line perspective for measuring organizational success including: (A) social equity, (B) environmental stewardship, and (C) economic prosperity.