The inaugural performance in Schroeder Hall takes place Friday, Aug. 22 with a private concert by pianist David Benoit to honor Jean Schulz. The Grand Opening festivities continue throughout the weekend, with nearly a dozen free concerts on Saturday, Aug. 23 and Sunday, Aug. 24 which showcase Schroeder Hall's many acoustical attributes, as well as talent from the campus, community and beyond. Continue Reading 'Grand Weekend Staged for Opening of 250-Seat Schroeder Hall at SSU's Green Music Center'
From Sept. 23-26, the Payroll and Benefits department is hosting workshops for staff and faculty. Attendance will be limited. Please RSVP directly to the vendor or to the Payroll and Benefits office as indicated. Continue Reading 'Payroll and Benefits Workshops '
In an effort to continue with the excitement and momentum of Big Nite, the office of Campus Life Programming is hosting a week of events, SSU Seawolf Days, as a welcome to the students. These events are designed to be fun, engaging and interactive to help the students get to know each other, start to create school spirit, get a taste of the year to come and to start to build the Seawolf Community. Continue Reading 'Staff and Faculty Invited to SSU Seawolf Days'
The school of Extended and International Education offers several unique certificate programs that may be of interest to employees. The programs are open to staff and faculty, and the school offers a 10% discount to employees.Continue Reading 'Certificate Programs Offered Through Extended Education'
The Disability Services for Students office (DSS) is excited to introduce Maggie Simms as its new Disability Management Advisor. Maggie received her Master of Science degree in Rehabilitation Counseling in 2012, and worked in the Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) office and the Psychology Department at Fresno State University. Continue Reading 'DSS Office Welcomes Maggie Simms As New Disability Management Advisor'
SSU's War & Peace Lecture Series returns this fall with a lineup of speakers and topics that resonate a world submerged in war and political unrest, the intelligence community and internet technology, non-violent solutions to conflict, and their profound impact on United States citizens. Continue Reading 'War and Peace Lecture Series Tackles Compelling Issues of Our Times'
Jennifer Roberson and Karen Kessel are pleased to announce that digital images from the Art and Art History Department Image Collection will be accessible online this academic year through ARTStor's Shared Shelf hosting service. Continue Reading 'SSU Library To Change Employee Login'
Throughout the fall semester, the office of Campus Life Programming is showing both indoor and outdoor movies on campus. Most weekends, films are shown at 10 p.m. on Friday and 9 p.m. on Saturday in Ives 101/Warren. Some weekends, the movies will be shown outdoors at 8:30 p.m. Continue Reading 'Campus Life Fall Movie Schedule'
U.S. Rep. Mike Thompson (CA-5), a member of the bipartisan TRIO Caucus, recently announced a $325,000 U.S. Department of Education grant for Sonoma State University's (SSU) TRIO program.Continue Reading 'Rep. Mike Thompson Announces $325,000 Grant for SSU's Trio Program'
Save The Date
Stephen Mallory Retirement party: 2 p.m., Wednesday, Aug 27. A retirement party for Facilities electrician Stephen Mallory is being held in Ballroom C of the Student Center. Staff and faculty who wish to celebrate Stephen’s retirement are encouraged to join for hors d’oeuvres and a no-host bar to wish Stephen "Happy Trails." Continue Reading 'Retirement Party for SSU Electrician Stephen Mallory'
Sonoma State Sustainability Day and Expo: Sonoma State is hosting the Sustainability Day and Expo on Oct. 21 to educate and encourage a sustainable environment, culture, and economy. Panel discussions and poster sessions will be hosted in Weill Hall with art exhibits, campus sustainability tours and much more. Open to visitors all day at the Green Music Center. Continue Reading 'Sonoma State Sustainability Day and Expo'
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