In recognition of Native American Heritage month, two films will be shown in the Art and Art History Department, Art Building, room 108 on Wednesday, November 6 at 12:00 p.m. There is no admission fee required. Continue Reading 'Honoring Native American Heritage with Two Featured Films'
Sonoma State University made a huge impact at the North American Case Research Association Conference in Victoria, British Columbia. Continue Reading ' Sonoma State is Only School to TakeHome Mutiple Awards at NACRA Conference'
The Faculty Center move is complete and now open for all faculty support needs. Stop by and meet Anne Steckel, the Director of Educational Design, and become acquainted with the new area and available services. Continue Reading 'Faculty Center Move is Complete'
Financial Services’ Accounts Payable unit is providing the 2013 Holiday Check Disbursement Schedule to assist campus departments in planning for payments that must be issued before the holiday breaks. Continue Reading 'Holiday Check Disbursement'
Starting this semester SSU will utilize on-line student course evaluations. The Faculty Standards and Affairs Committee of the Academic Senate, in collaboration with Faculty Affairs, are exploring ways to make the SETE a better tool for gathering feedback from our students. Continue Reading 'Student Evaluations Going Electronic'
Universities across the nation are experiencing an increase in their student veteran populations. In an effort to ease their transition to campus life, CAPS is offering "Veterans to Campus for Faculty and Staff." Continue Reading 'Veterans on Campus'
Interested in singing, poetry or spoken word? Join Heroes' Voices and MusicianCorps to sing, create poetry and connect with fellow Veterans and families. Continue Reading 'A Celebration of Veterans Singing with Veterans'
Save The Date
Time to grab the broomsticks and fly on over to participate in the 2013 Annual Staff and Faculty Halloween Contest. Come dressed in the spirit of the day and prepare to parade costumes across the stage or put on a show to delight and entertain fellow employees. All individuals and groups are welcome and encouraged to participate. The event is Thursday, October 31, from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. in the Commons. Please contact Lori O’Hara at x4-4299 or Tracy Goodman at x4-4248 with any questions.
Monday, November 4 at 7:00 p.m. attend the Veterans Panel, coordinated by James Bliefus, writer and veteran in Warren Auditorium. This event is sponsored by the War and Peace Lecture Series. For further information, contact Tim Wandling, x4-2796.
Thursday, November 7 from 12:00 p.m. - 12:50 p.m. join Kate Weber in The Invisible War: Addressing and Eradicating Military Sexual Trauma in Stevenson 1002. Kate Weber, a U.S. Army veteran, is an advocate for military sexual trauma survivors and women veterans. She is a volunteer at Military Rape Crisis Center and Protect Our Defenders, two separate organizations founded to eradicate military sexual trauma. Kate also works with Congresswoman Jackie Speier (D-CA) raising awareness and amend legislation currently requiring military rape victims to initially report the attack to their chain of command instead of law enforcement. Sponsored by the Feminist Lecture Series, this event is free to attend. Read more about Weber.
December 6 attend the annual Staff and Faculty holiday party. More details to follow in the coming issues.
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