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Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • #SonomaState's Department of Theatre Arts and Dance spring 2019 season begins with a co-production set in revenge, vengeance - and “meat pies.” The acclaimed musical “Sweeney Todd - The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” which follows a Victorian-era barber seeking vengeance against the entire human race with his associate and baker Mrs. Lovett, will be presented in collaboration with the Music Department on campus by Sonoma State students beginning tonight at 7 p.m. at Everett B. Pearson Theatre.

    All Sonoma State students are admitted free with a valid student ID. For non-SSU students and seniors, tickets are $10, $15 for SSU faculty and staff and $17 for standard admission. Tickets can be purchased online at the performing arts box office, or in person at the Student Center or Pearson Theatre box offices.

    For more information and the full schedule of the Theatre Arts and Dance spring schedule visit the link: http://bit.ly/2TChtzf

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • The Sonoma State University Library is now hosting “Alchemia: A Spectrum of Creativity,” a collaborative art exhibit featuring the work of local artists with developmental disabilities. The art is currently showing in both the Library Gallery and North exhibit area on the 2nd floor of the Jean and Charles Schulz Information Center on campus. The exhibit, created through a partnership between the SSU Library and the non-profit group Alchemia, will continue until March 25.

    The public, as well as all SSU faculty, staff and students, are invited to attend a reception on Wednesday, Feb. 27 from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the exhibit. The event will include a panel discussion moderated by Jahren. Wine and light refreshments will be served.

    Click here for more info ➡️ http://bit.ly/2MNOPbE

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • Until recently, if a #SonomaState student wanted to order a transcript, they had to go in person to the Records office, fill out forms and pay a postal fee to wait up to two weeks to receive their transcript in the mail.

    Not so anymore.

    Students who need a transcript for purposes such as graduation or applying for a job, or to further their education, can obtain them through electronic delivery within the hour. Through this process, students and alumni will get two official transcripts for free with each one thereafter costing $2.25.

    For more information click the link - http://bit.ly/2MN4Ej6

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • Since 1973, the Sonoma Film Institute has maintained a tradition of screening the best of contemporary cinema to local audiences. The institute’s spring 2019 season will continue the tradition of screening a variety of cinema, this year ranging from the North Bay premiere of the Palme d’Or winner “The Wild Pear Tree,” to the Oscar contender for Best Documentary Film “Hale County This Morning This Evening.”

    The spring season will kick off tonight with the Sonoma County premiere of “The Great Buster: A Celebration,” a documentary exploring the brilliant career of silent film actor and director Buster Keaton.

    Click the link for the full screening schedule and more information: http://bit.ly/2CJLZQA

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • Money magazine has recently named Sonoma State University as one of the best colleges in the nation for transfer students. Out of a possible 727 colleges and universities, Sonoma State was ranked No. 12 for awarding degrees to students who transfer from community colleges and other universities.

    Read more here: http://bit.ly/2Ht7Lxr

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • Nineteen years ago, Sonoma State kinesiology professor emeritus Elaine McHugh attended a conference where she saw an engineer and a kinesiology professor present a new way to teach kids with special needs how to ride a bicycle.

    When she returned to SSU, she founded Cycle Without Limits, an annual bike camp that has helped children with special needs learn how to ride a conventional two-wheeler with the help of specially designed bicycles. This year, the camp will be held once again on Sonoma State campus on Jan. 18 to Jan. 21.

    For more information, visit -> http://bit.ly/2Fyundd

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • Top 10 SSU News Stories of 2018: University Art Gallery celebrates 40th anniversary

    Since its inception in 1978, Sonoma State University’s Art Gallery has promoted the understanding and appreciation of modern and contemporary visual art from around the world. Now, 40 years and more than 200 exhibitions later, the University Art Gallery is celebrating its four decade history.

    Read more here -> http://bit.ly/2GBkBcr

    Full top 10 list -> http://bit.ly/2RaFpvp

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • Top 10 SSU News Stories of 2018: President Judy K. Sakaki named ‘President of the Year’ for 2018

    Each year, the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) recognizes the outstanding contributions of individuals and institutions who are transforming higher education. This year, SSU President Judy K. Sakaki was awarded the NASPA Region VI President of the Year Award, which is given to a college or university President or Chancellor who has, over a sustained period of time, advanced the quality of student life on their campus by supporting student affairs staff and initiatives.

    Read more here -> http://bit.ly/2Sg7EX9

    Full top 10 list -> http://bit.ly/2RaFpvp

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • Top 10 SSU News Stories of 2018: SSU to buy 90-unit complex for workforce housing

    Sonoma State received unanimous approval from the California State University Board of Trustees to purchase a 90-unit apartment complex in Petaluma to be used for faculty and staff housing. The project is a multifamily, four- and five-story complex nearing completion by Basin Street Properties on a 2.17-acre parcel adjacent to the Petaluma Marina.

    Read more here -> http://bit.ly/2rOg1xv

    Full top 10 list -> http://bit.ly/2RaFpvp

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • Top 10 SSU News Stories of 2018: SSU unveils Wine Spectator Learning Center

    With nearly 700 students, alumni, faculty and leaders of the North Coast wine industry in attendance, Sonoma State University celebrated the grand opening of the Wine Spectator Learning Center on campus on May 29. The $11 million, 15,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility serves as the new headquarters for the University's Wine Business Institute and is designed to be an industry hub for the next generation of global wine industry leaders.

    Read more here -> http://bit.ly/2PV9ef0

    Full top 10 list -> http://bit.ly/2RaFpvp

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • Top 10 SSU News Stories of 2018: Sonoma State celebrates largest graduating class

    Sonoma State celebrated its largest class of graduates in 57 years last May. In all, the Class of 2018 came from 20 different states, from Hawaii to Florida and New York. The class included residents of six different countries including England, Spain, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore and Sri Lanka. Moreover, the class represented many different nationalities, backgrounds and academic interests.

    Read more here ->http://bit.ly/2IuiWBV

    Full top 10 list -> http://bit.ly/2RaFpvpv

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • Top 10 SSU News Stories of 2018: SSU launches Strategic Plan

    In 2017-18, SSU engaged in a comprehensive process to share, shape and unite around a strategic plan, one that will set the direction for the university for years to come. The plan places a campuswide emphasis on student success, academic excellence and innovation, andl leadership cultivation, all with the goal of helping SSU make a transformative impact on the lives of students and others.

    Read more here -> http://bit.ly/2GC2GCx

    Full top 10 list -> http://bit.ly/2RaFpvp

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • Top 10 SSU News Stories of 2018: SSU student newspaper claims top national award

    Just days after winning the top award for college newspapers from the California Newspaper Publishers Association, the staff of the Sonoma State STAR, the student-run newspaper at Sonoma State, learned that it won two other prestigious awards. The Star was named by the American Scholastic Press Association as one of the “Most Outstanding College Newspapers for 2017-2018.” The newspaper also won a “First Place Award with Merit” from ASPA.

    Read more here -> http://bit.ly/2waYx3q

    Full top 10 list -> http://bit.ly/2RaFpvp

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • Top 10 SSU News Stories of 2018: Sonoma State University to guarantee housing

    For the first time in campus history, Sonoma State guaranteed first-time freshmen on-campus housing for the 2018-19 school year.

    Read more here -> http://bit.ly/2EWyLPd

    Full top 10 list -> http://bit.ly/2RaFpvp

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • Top 10 SSU News Stories of 2018: 'Peanuts' character Lucy statue unveiled at SSU

    “Peanuts” cartoon strip’s Lucy van Pelt joined the Sonoma State University family this year with the unveiling of a 5-foot, 500-pound statue of the sometimes crabby but always loveable character.

    Read more here -> http://bit.ly/2ELUCxk

    Full top 10 list -> http://bit.ly/2RaFpvp

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • From opening the new Wine Spectator Learning Center to graduating our largest class yet, 2018 has been an eventful year for the SSU community. We’re ending the year at SSU by bringing you the Top 10 SSU News Stories of 2018.

    Kicking off the countdown is #NomaNation’s recovery efforts after the 2017 North Bay fires.

    Read more below:

    ‘After the fire’ exhibit -> http://bit.ly/ssureflections

    ‘Thicker Than Smoke’ fundraising Events -> http://bit.ly/2BzZxgK

    Full top 10 list -> http://bit.ly/2RaFpvp

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • President Judy Sakaki announced today that she has appointed Dr. Jerlena Griffin-Desta as Chief of Staff/Associate Vice President for Strategic Initiatives and Diversity at Sonoma State University effective Jan. 28, 2019.

    Dr. Griffin-Desta comes to SSU from the University of California Office of the President where she serves as Deputy to the Vice President of Student Affairs and Associate Vice President for Student Development and Engagement. In those roles, she provides strategic direction and leadership in a broad array of areas including student and civic engagement, diversity, student mental health and wellness.

    Join us in welcoming Dr. Jerlena Griffin-Desta to #NomaNation!

    Learn more here -> http://bit.ly/2Gw16lB

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • Since its inception in 1978, Sonoma State’s Art Gallery has promoted the understanding and appreciation of modern and contemporary visual art from around the world. Now, 40 years and over 200 exhibitions later, the University Art Gallery is celebrating its four decade history with a panel discussion featuring those involved with giving it the national and international significance it has today.

    The event is today from 5:30 - 7 p.m. at the University Art Gallery. Admission is free and open to the public, with the reception beginning at 5:30 and the program beginning at 6 p.m. Parking is $5-$8 on campus.

    Learn more about the Gallery's 40th anniversary here: bit.ly/ssuag40

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • When noted tennis player Paul Nussbaum was a sophomore at Sonoma State University in 1979, he enrolled in a psychology course taught by Professor Stan Goertzen called “Personal Awareness through Sports.“ It was a class that was to change his life, not just because of the topic but also the friendship that emerged between professor and student.

    In honor of that friendship, Nussbaum and his family this fall established a charitable gift annuity for Sonoma State in the amount of $100,000, a gift that will be directed to the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) program at SSU. In recognition of the award, a plaque has been hung on the wall inside the CAPS office honoring the memory of Emeritus Professor Geurtsen.

    Full story here - http://bit.ly/2Qc9xqO

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • Prospective students: the priority application deadline for fall 2019 admission has been extended to Dec. 15. For more information, see below.

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • Located on the first floor of the University Library in the Jean and Charles Schulz Information Center, the new Learning and Academic Resource Center aims at providing free support services for students to be empowered and assisted as they learn to become better writers, scholars and learners.

    The campus community will get a chance to gain more information about their newest resource during the Center’s Open House Showcase on Thursday, Dec. 6, from 2-4 p.m..

    More information about LARC can be found here - http://bit.ly/LARCSSU

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • Happy #GivingTuesday, Noma Nation! By donating to SSU today, you can make an immediate impact by investing in current and future students. Learn about all the ways you can #Give2SSU here -> http://bit.ly/give2ssu

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • Americans need more training on how to manage their money. And educators agree that such training needs to start at a young age. To help address this disparity, Sonoma State University and Redwood Credit Union this week formally launched a partnership to develop a curriculum promoting the teaching of financial literacy in schools.

    With the help of a $25,000 grant from Redwood Credit Union, the Sonoma State School of Education is developing course material to train undergraduates on how to teach financial literacy once they are working in the classroom. The course work, being developed by Dr. Carlos Ayala, dean of the SSU School of Education, and Dr. Susan Campbell, a professor of education, will be rolled out in three phases.

    Click the link to read more http://bit.ly/2S47cun

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