The University Store completed their move and is now open in the new location, the 2nd floor in the Student Center. The University Store offers Sonoma State University a wide variety of items, from apparel to books each student and employee is covered. Continue Reading 'University Store Move'
Nestled right next to one of SSU’s three lakes stands the Department of Art and Art History, a place where creativity never stops. It’s true; the art studios are open 24/7 for students to creatively engage in each piece of work they produce. Continue Reading 'Meet the Art Department'
WorkPlace is happy to introduce all faculy and staff to the new employees on campus. Please welcome Jo-anne Dapiran, Tammy Kenber and Linda Baggett to the University. Continue Reading 'New Faces on Campus'
The University Art Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition West Coast Ink: Printmaking From San Diego To Seattle, that opens with a reception on Thursday, March 13. Continue Reading 'West Coast Ink: Printmaking from San Diego to Seattle'
The Department of Theatre Arts and Dance invite all faculty and staff to watch She Kills Monsters, a play about a young high school teacher‘s teenage sister who has just died. She soon discovers her sister’s gamer world of Dungeons & Dragons! Continue Reading 'She Kills Monsters'
The School of Business and Economics has an exciting event coming to campus, a viewing of the Somm film, followed by Q&A with star and SSU alum Ian Cauble, and a wine/food pairing by SSU's very own Food Network Star, Eric Lee. Continue Reading 'Somm Event like no Other'
On Wednesday, Feb. 12, members of the Sonoma State geology, biology, anthropology, and geography departments gathered together in Darwin Hall to celebrate International Darwin Day. Continue Reading 'International Darwin Day'
The Music Department’s signature piano, a vintage Steinway concert grand built in 1911 and purchased in 1981, has undergone a major restoration and is now back in service. Continue Reading 'Music Department's Vintage Steinway Gets New Lease on Life'
A team of business and music majors are leaving Saturday, March 15 for Alternative Spring Break 2014 (ASBE) to the Island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas. "Alternative" is used because instead of partying all week with peers, these SSU Rotaract members are having fun working in partnership with Bahamian Rotarians and Rotaractors. Continue Reading 'Alternative Spring Break'
A call for presentations for the 18th Annual Faculty Research Exposition is being made among SSU academics. Abstracts (100 words or less) of projects are due to Carol Hall by Wednesday, March 12. Continue Reading '18th Annual Faculty Research Exposition Set for April 2'
Throughout the month of March, the University is hosting a series of events in celebration of Womens History Month. From discussions, lecture series, and performances faculty and staff are encouraged to attend and invite their students to celebrate the beauty of women. Continue Reading 'Women's History Month'
The SSU Staff Excellence Awards are intended to recognize outstanding service by staff members and they are awarded to two deserving employees each year. The 2014/2015 Staff Excellence Awards Program is now accepting nominations. Continue Reading 'Staff Excellence Award Nominations Due Friday, March 28'
Beyond an urban oddity, the Occupy Movement camps that sprung up across the nation in the fall of 2011 referenced a longer history of camping and sleeping outside in American history, from Civil War veterans, national park vacationers, and homeless transients. Continue Reading 'The Occupy Movement, Outdoor Politics, and the History of American Camping'
On May 1, 2014, ING U.S. Investment Management, one of the CSU Tax Sheltered Annuity (TSA) 403(b) Plan fund sponsors, will officially change its name to Voya Investment Management. Continue Reading 'ING Name Change to Voya Investment Management'
Save The Date
Professor Emeritus, Jonah Raskin, will give "The Last Lecture" on Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 5:30 p.m. in the Beaujolais Meeting Room. The title of his lecture is "Burning Down the House." The lecture is free and open to the public.
Come take a break from the world of paperwork and computers and join the Staff Development Committee in a fairytale land of brave princes, beautiful princesses, evil dukes, and the magic of true love. Beth Warner will read The 13 Clocks by James Thurber on Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 25 and 26, in Stevenson 3042 from Noon to 1 p.m. Dessert is provided.
Leigh Jordan Retiring
The Northwest Information Center, says a fond farewell to Leigh Jordan, Coordinator of the NWIC http://www.sonoma.edu/nwic/. The NWIC is having a retirement party for Leigh on Saturday, March 1. For more information, please contact Bryan Much. Read full story here.
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