facesofssu.jpgTwenty-five diverse student leaders at Sonoma State University have been selected to be part of the annual "Faces of SSU" campaign. Each student shares his or her own story about their life, campus involvement, and challenging and positive moments they have encountered at Sonoma State University. Their portrait and stories appear on banners hung throughout campus, as well as large poster boards on display in the Library and other areas of campus.

concerto competitors and judgesSonoma State University students Zachary Hall and Megan Rice have won the Music Department's inaugural Concerto Competition. The two winning students earned the opportunity to perform their competition piece with the Sonoma State's Symphony Orchestra next year.

mike thompson presents award to ruben arminanaSonoma State University President Ruben Armiñana was honored as the Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce's Citizen of the Year at its annual awards gala March 31 in Santa Rosa.

laurence shoupSonoma State University welcomes activist and author Laurence Shoup in the Student Center Ballroom on Monday, April 11 at 7 p.m. to discuss his new book, "Wall Street's Think Tank: The Council on Foreign Relations and the Empire of Neoliberal Geopolitics, 1979-2014."

softballhomer.jpgSonoma State University sports update March 29 - April 5. Softball goes 5-1 at weekend tournament, women's water polo loses in double overtime, and women's tennis wins two of three.

nature tech conference logoImagine being able to see a forest--to know the height of its trees, the paths of its waterways, the density of its vegetation--from a laptop in a coffee shop thousands of miles away. There's no need to imagine--this 3D mapping technology and more will be discussed and presented at the Center for Environmental Inquiry's inaugural Nature!Tech Conference at Sonoma State University on Saturday, May 7, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

SSU Scores Big at Make-a-Thon

April 4, 2016 11:08 AM

welder at make-a-thonA group of Sonoma State Alumni took first place honors, and a group of Sonoma State students earned third place at the first ever Make-a-Thon at Somo Village on March 6 in Rohnert Park.

Effective today, the Veterans Affairs office at Sonoma State University is relocating to Salazar 1000 and its name is being changed to Veterans Services. The reorganization and relocation is due to the retirement of current Veterans Affairs Director, Peter Neville, who is leaving Sonoma State after many years of dedicated service.

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