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Meet University Development

A new addition to WorkPlace has arrived. Once a month, this internal publication will feature a department across campus. This will grow more relationships and enhance connections in one's work as well as throughout campus. Continue Reading 'Meet University Development'



Social Media Support for Faculty

Faculty Affairs is very excited to share a wonderful opportunity to quickly and easily learn more about how to use Social Media effectively in one's teaching and professional life. Continue Reading 'Social Media Support for Faculty'




New Home for the Wine Business Institute

President Ruben Armiñana has announced that the Wine Business Institute will have a new permanent home on campus in the former University Commons building, which was recently vacated with the opening of SSU's new Student Center. Continue Reading 'New Home for the Wine Business Institute'



Art from the Heart 2014

The 30th annual Art from the Heart silent art auction and party at the University Art Gallery is taking place on Saturday, Jan. 18. Proceeds from the auction directly benefit the Art Gallery's exhibition, publication, and lecture programs. Continue Reading 'Art from the Heart 2014'



Looking Forward and Back

University Library Site Reflects Upon 50+ Years. Images of campus life, history and scholarships are now easily found on the University Library website. Explore the history of the University, relive graduation or submit work in the library archive. Continue Reading 'Looking Forward and Back'



Seawolf Service Center Updates for Spring Semester

The Chancellor’s Office has notified campuses of the following change to the mileage reimbursement rate for 2014. Other changes for the semester consist of the SSU ID card validation sticker that will no longer be issued. Continue Reading 'Seawolf Service Center Updates'


SSU Launches New Hospitality & Tourism Management Certificate

In response to the growing needs of talented and trained employees from the local hospitality and tourism sector, the School of Extended and International Education is offering a new Hospitality and Tourism Certificate Program in Salazar 2019. Continue Reading 'SSU Launches New Hospitality & Tourism Management Certificate'


New Faces and New Titles on Campus

WorkPlace continues to improve. In addition to introducing departments, WorkPlace is also informing faculty and staff about new hires, transitions in titles as well as individuals who have retired. This will allow for employees to see the changes and new additions occuring across the University. Continue Reading 'New Faces and New Titles on Campus'


Preserving the Legacy: Three Decades of Holocaust and Genocide Education Commemorated

Thirty years ago, local Holocaust survivors, Sonoma State University faculty, and community members came together to form the Alliance for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide to ensure that "never again" would such tragedies and devastation occur. Continue Reading 'Preserving the Legacy: Three Decades of Holocaust and Genocide Education Commemorated'


Don't Wait, Get Your Free Tickets For "Fiddler on the Roof" Performance

Tickets are going fast for SSU's production of "Fiddler on the Roof" which joins in the San Francisco Bay Area celebration of the 50th anniversary of the groundbreaking Broadway musical that tells the story of a Jewish family clinging to its sacred traditions in a rapidly changing world. Continue Reading 'Don't Wait, Get Your Free Tickets'

SSU Professor and Alum Exhibit Shell Leis at Hawaiian Museum

Rick Luttmann, Professor of Mathematics, and his long-time partner Chuna McIntyre, SSU alumnus (1991 Art Studio), have loaned their extensive collection of Ni'ihau Shell Leis to the Bishop Museum in Honolulu for a public exhibition. Continue Reading 'SSU Professor and Alum Exhibit Shell Leis at Hawaiian Museum'

Faculty and Staff Directory Update

It is important to keep the SSU Directory updated with current contact information for all faculty and staff on campus. This allows internal and external communication to happen correctly and with ease. Each department and employee is responsible for maintaining this information. Continue Reading 'Faculty and Staff Directory Update'



Save The Date

Friday, Jan. 17 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Jan. 19 at 4 p.m. in Ives Hall - Warren Auditorium watch the landmark documentary that chronicles the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., from the beginnings of the Civil Rights movement in Montgomery, Alabama, and culminating with his assassination in Memphis in 1968. (See full schedule of Sonoma Film Institute.) Originally screened in theaters for only a single night in 1970, KING: A FILMED RECORD combines dramatic readings by Harry Belafonte, James Earl Jones and Paul Newman, among others, with newsreel and archival footage to create a powerful and comprehensive record of Dr. King's legacy and the American Civil Rights movement. (1970, 185 min.) Admission is $6 for faculty and staff.
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In Memoriam: Lou Miller

It is with great sadness that the Sonoma State and OLLI communities mourn the passing of Louallen Miller. Lou began teaching in the Hutchins School of Liberal Studies in 1971 and retired after 29 years of service to Sonoma State University. Continue Reading "Lou Miller"

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