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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

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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

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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.

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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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  • Sonoma State University 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 housing crisis has had a severe impact on Sonoma State,” said Sakaki. “In addition to adding more stress to the quality of life of our employees, we are finding that one in every five job candidates who are offered positions at Sonoma State have turned us down this past year due to the high cost and lack of availability of housing.”

    For more info, click here - http://bit.ly/2S1MBab

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • UPDATE: Wednesday, Nov. 21 11:33 A.M.

    Sonoma State University will remain open for all classes and business operations until further notice. We will continue to monitor conditions and will provide updates when needed.

    UPDATE: Friday, Nov. 16 12:00 P.M.

    Confirming: Sonoma State University is open for classes and business operations and will remain open until further notice. Outdoor on-campus activities are canceled through Sunday, Nov. 18. We continue to monitor air quality. If anything should change, we will provide updates to the campus community and on the website.

    UPDATE: Friday, Nov. 16 7:05 A.M.

    Confirming: Sonoma State University is open for classes and business operations today and will remain open until further notice. Outdoor on-campus activities, however, are canceled through today. We will provide an update on the status of weekend sporting events and outdoor activities by this afternoon. Until then, we continue to monitor air quality, and if anything should change, we will provide updates.

    UPDATE: Thursday Nov. 15, 9:31 A.M.

    Confirming: Sonoma State is open for classes and business operations today and will remain open until further notice. Outdoor on-campus activities, however, are canceled through Friday out of an abundance of caution. We recognize that some institutions outside of Sonoma County have closed today due to very poor air quality in their local areas. We are fortunate that conditions in our county have continued to improve this week. According to Bay Area Air Quality Management District (http://www.baaqmd.gov/), the Air Quality Index has been below 100 since 6 p.m. Wednesday. The most recent AQI for our region was 93 at 7 a.m. today. We will provide an update on the status of weekend sporting events and outdoor activities by noon on Friday. Until then, we continue to monitor air quality, and if anything should change, we will provide updates.

    UPDATE: Wednesday Nov. 14, 6:45 A.M.

    This is to confirm that air quality is continuing to improve and Sonoma State University is open for classes and business operations on Wednesday, Nov. 14. However, outdoor on-campus activities will be canceled throughout the day.

    We will continue to monitor air quality, and if anything should change we will provide updates.

    UPDATE: Tuesday, Nov. 13, 4:55 p.m.

    Given that air quality is continuing to improve, Sonoma State University will remain open for classes and business operations on Wednesday, Nov. 14. However, outdoor on-campus activities will be canceled throughout the day.

    We will continue to monitor air quality, and if anything should change we will provide an update at 6:30 a.m. tomorrow.

    UPDATE: Tuesday, Nov. 13, 12:39 p.m.

    We are closely monitoring the air quality at Sonoma State and are encouraged that the Air Quality Index has continued to improve today. Our air quality also has improved since late last week when the conditions were much worse.

    We encourage students, faculty and staff to continue to stay indoors as much as possible today and make sure all windows are closed. The air quality inside our buildings is far better than the quality of air on the outside. Our campus building HVAC air filtration systems are outfitted with high-efficiency filters. These filters are very effective at removing the smaller smoke particles of concern. Also, our building air systems have been set to minimize the intake of outside air. While 10 percent outside air is required by code to ensure carbon dioxide and other contaminants do not build up in the space, the air handling system constantly filters all air, whether recirculated or outside air. This creates a cleaner air environment than most residential homes, which are without filtering air systems.

    Also, we encourage those who need to be outside to wear their N95 masks, which are available at the Student Center front desk and at the parking kiosks.

    We also encourage students who feel they cannot attend class or otherwise need assistance to please contact NomaCares at 707-664-2730 or nomacares@sonoma.edu so we can assist you. If faculty and staff have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Human Resources hr@sonoma.edu, and they will connect you with the appropriate person to assist you.

    We will continue to monitor conditions, and we anticipate updating the campus again by 5 p.m.

    UPDATE: Tuesday, Nov. 13, 9:58 a.m.

    For Students and Other SSU Community Members Directly Affected By Fires:

    Sonoma State has activated NomaCares, our one-stop shop for students and other Sonoma State community members who have lost family homes or been evacuated from family homes as a result of the fires in Butte County or in the greater Los Angeles area. If you have been directly impacted and need assistance, please email at nomacares@sonoma.edu or call at 707-664-2730.

    UPDATE: Tuesday, Nov. 13, 6:53 a.m.

    Sonoma State will be open for classes and business operations today, Tuesday, Nov. 13. Outdoor on-campus activities remain canceled through the day.

    UPDATE: Monday, Nov. 12, 9:30 p.m.

    At this juncture, SSU is still planning to resume classes and normal business operations on Tuesday, Nov. 13. All outdoor activities remain canceled. We are aware that some area schools districts are choosing to close out of an abundance of caution for the sensitive populations they serve. SSU will continue to monitor air quality closely overnight. We will provide another update to the campus community at 7 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13. Please check the website for an update.

    UPDATE: Monday, Nov. 12, 10:37 a.m.

    Due to improving air conditions, Sonoma State will reopen for classes and normal business operations on Tuesday, Nov. 13. Outdoor on-campus activities will remain canceled through Tuesday.

    When you return to your offices and classrooms, please keep all windows closed. The air quality inside the buildings is better than the air outside. We continue to encourage everyone to wear N-95 masks when outside. While supplies last, masks will be available on Tuesday at the Student Center front desk as well as at all parking kiosks.

    We will continue to monitor air quality and will be updating the campus community via the SSU website.

    UPDATE: Saturday, Nov. 10, 12:02 p.m.

    Due to ongoing poor air quality, the campus remains closed and all campus activities have been canceled through the Veterans Day holiday on Monday, Nov. 12. At this juncture, we expect to resume classes and normal business operations on Tuesday, Nov. 13.

    The Student Center will remain open until 9 p.m. tonight and will be open Sunday and Monday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. We continue to encourage everyone to wear N-95 masks when outside. Masks are available at the Student Center front desk. We will continue to monitor air conditions and will be updating the campus community via the SSU website. Please check back for more updates.

    UPDATE: Friday, Nov. 9, 12:30 p.m.

    Via the Green Music Center

    Tonight’s performance at the Green Music Center featuring Peter Serkin will proceed as planned despite the heavy presence of smoke in the air from fires in Butte County. We want to remind everyone that there is no immediate threat of fire to the Sonoma State University campus and that we are taking every precaution to ensure that our patrons are provided with a high-quality experience.

    UPDATE: Friday, Nov. 9, 12:22 p.m.

    The air quality at Sonoma State University has remained at an “unhealthy” level due to the fires in Butte County and is not expected to improve significantly tomorrow. As a result, the decision has been made to cancel classes and all campus activities on Saturday. This includes all sports contests and on-campus athletic activities.

    The Recreation Center is closed, but the Student Center will remain open until 9 p.m. tonight and will be open Saturday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. The Student Health Center also will be open until 5 p.m. today and anticipates reopening on Tuesday, following the Monday holiday, for normal operations.

    We encourage everyone to wear N-95 masks when outside. Masks are available at the Student Center front desk.

    We will continue to monitor air conditions and will be updating the campus community via the SSU website. Please check back for more updates.

    UPDATE: Friday, Nov. 9, 9:23 a.m.

    Confirming: All classes and campus activities have been canceled for today due to poor air quality.

    UPDATE: Thursday, Nov. 8, 7:49 p.m.

    Transfer Orientation is canceled for tomorrow, Friday, November 9 due to air quality on campus. Further information will be sent by email from New Student Orientation and Family Programs (orientation@sonoma.edu).

    UPDATE: Thursday, Nov. 8, 5:50 p.m.

    Classes canceled for Friday, Nov. 9:

    The air quality at Sonoma State University remains poor due to the fires in Butte County and is projected to stay at unhealthy levels at least through Friday. As a result, the decision has been made to cancel Friday classes and suspend normal business operations for the day. Only critical University employees will be required to work.

    Also, we want to inform you that the Library will close at 6 p.m. tonight and will re-open when the campus re-opens at a later date.

    We want to remind everyone that there is no immediate threat of fire to the campus. The decision to cancel classes is being made out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff. Employees are reminded to close their windows and doors in their offices before departing for the day.

    We will be updating the campus community on air conditions via the SSU website, and we will let everyone know about the status of campus operations through email and through this web page -> http://bit.ly/campfireupdates

    UPDATE: Thursday, Nov. 8, 5:16 p.m.

    Via Green Music Center:

    The performance this evening at the Green Music Center featuring the Ukranian ensemble Kurbasy will proceed as planned despite the heavy presence of smoke in the air from fires in Butte County. We want to remind everyone that there is no immediate threat of fire to the Sonoma State University campus and that we are taking every precaution to ensure that our patrons are provided with a high-quality experience.

    For additional information, ticket holders may contact the Green Music Center Box office at 1.866.955.6040 or email tickets@sonoma.edu with their order number.

    UPDATE: Thursday, Nov. 8, 3:57 p.m.

    Dear Campus Community,

    The air quality at Sonoma State University has continued to worsen due to the fires in Butte County and has now reached unhealthy levels (219 on the air quality index. This number was updated as of 4:44 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8. As a result, the decision has been made to suspend classes for remainder of the day beginning at 4 p.m. Only critical University employees will be required to work beyond that time. We want to remind everyone that there is no immediate threat of fire to the campus. The decision to suspend classes is being made out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff. Employees are reminded to close their windows and doors in their offices before departing for the day.

    We will be updating the campus community on air conditions via the SSU website, and we will let everyone know about the status of Friday classes by 6 a.m. tomorrow through email and through this web page: https://news.sonoma.edu/article/camp-fire-air-quality-update

    The Student Center will remain open this evening, and masks will continue to be available at the Student Center front desk as well as at the two parking kiosks, at the front desk of the library and at the housing service desks.

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • #SonomaState receives $4 million grant to expand ‘Learning by Making’ program to Sonoma and Lake counties.

    Piloted in six Mendocino County high schools during the past three years, the curriculum will now expand to Sonoma and Lake counties thanks to a $3.93 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

    Click here for the full story: http://bit.ly/2DoJZjl

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Sonoma State University
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  • As the third place finisher in conference play, Women’s Soccer will be taking on Cal State LA for the First Round of the CCAA Tournament. Come support the Seawolves, kick off starts at 2 p.m. from the Seawolf Soccer Field.

    Read more about Women’s Soccer here ->
    http://bit.ly/2qjkdV2

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  • Former Sonoma State Seawolf Scott Alexander took his spot in the visitor's bullpen in right field as a part of the Los Angeles Dodgers' 25-man roster on Oct. 23 for the World Series. It marks the first time a former Seawolf has made a World Series roster for any major league team.

    "It makes you kind of speechless and proud of Scotty for how hard he worked to get there," said Seawolves' head coach John Goelz. "You have to believe in yourself and never quit and he did that. Obviously, we're all pulling for him and excited to see him do well."

    Read the full story here: http://bit.ly/2EGinYt

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Sonoma State University
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  • Tomorrow from 4-5:30 p.m. the Sonoma State University Library is holding a reception for the “Reflections: After the Fire” exhibit. Press Democrat columnist and local historian Gaye LeBaron will moderate a panel discussion with some of the artists.

    Join us for wine & refreshments as we reflect upon what happened a year ago. No RSVP is required, email library@sonoma.edu for a parking pass for the reception. At all other times, parking on campus is $5.

    For more information about the exhibit click here: http://bit.ly/ssureflections

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Sonoma State University
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Sonoma State University
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  • This week marks the one-year anniversary of the Sonoma County wildfires. The devastation of those fires was terrifying and uncompromising, but it also revealed to us the uniqueness and special strength of our community. From students who collected donation items, to staff and faculty who volunteered in evacuation centers, to everyone who was there to support those who lost everything in the fires — we are so proud of the #SonomaStrong community. The fires may have knocked us down, but together we rise and continue to heal. @ Sonoma State University

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  • Sonoma State played host to the 5th Annual Los Cien State of the Latino Community conference today, a packed event that included a welcome from SSU Provost Lisa Vollendorf, a panel discussion by first-generation SSU students and the bestowing of one of Mexico’s highest recognitions to a distinguished Sonoma State alum.

    The OHTLI award, given to individuals or groups that have “aided, empowered, or positively affected the lives of Mexican nationals in the United States and other countries,” went to George Ortiz, a longtime advocate for underserved, Spanish-speaking communities in Northern California. Ortiz earned a degree in Social Science at SSU and, after a career of community service, was awarded an Honorary Doctorate degree during Sonoma State’s 57th Commencement ceremonies in May. Congratulations to George!

Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University
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  • Family Weekend will be taking place October 19-21, 2018!

    is the perfect time to reconnect and see the campus through your student's eyes. Come meet the roommates and new friends you've been hearing so much about and learn more about SSU's curriculum, traditions, programs, and services. No matter how you choose to spend your weekend we hope you'll take advantage of this time to build some special Seawolf memories and enjoy your student's home away from home!

    In addition to other campus events, we have planned the below Family Weekend events for you and your student to attend!

    For more information and to register click here ➡️ http://bit.ly/ssufamwknd

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Sonoma State University
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  • The University Art Gallery at Sonoma State is hosting "The Tyranny of Objects: Recent Work by Stephen Whisler" Sept. 6 through Oct. 14, with a free artist walkthrough on Sunday, Sept. 23 from 3-4 p.m.

    The exhibition is accompanied by an illustrated catalogue and comes before the University Art Gallery celebrates it's 40th anniversary in November.

    The University Art Gallery is open Tuesday-Friday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., and weekends, noon to 4 p.m. Admission is free, parking is $5-$8 on campus. For more information, call (707) 664-2295 or visit http://bit.ly/2MLE9so.

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  • Social networking can be a great way to connect with friends and family. However, accessing these platforms and using smartphones should occur with caution. Below are some basic social networking and smartphone safety tips brought to you by Sonoma State University Police that can be used to promote a safe technological experience:

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  • Residents of the North Bay’s five wine-producing counties hold mostly positive views of how wine businesses are impacting their quality of life, according to the findings of a new study by Sonoma State University researchers.

    The survey, which took place in February and March of this year, focused on public perceptions of the industry’s impacts on the economy and overall quality of life in Northern California’s wine-producing region including Sonoma, Napa, Lake, Mendocino and Solano counties.

    Read about the findings here -> http://bit.ly/winebizsurvey

    School of Business and Economics at Sonoma State University
    Wine Business Institute at Sonoma State University

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  • For the first time ever, Sonoma State will be hosting a Part-Time Job Fair specifically catered to students looking for part-time work. With over 100 employers slated to be in attendance, there will be plenty of opportunities for students looking to gain extra money or work experience. The job fair will be held tomorrow, Sept. 12, in the Seawolf and Salazar plaza from 11:30 to 1:30 p.m.

    Students interested in attending should bring their resume, student I.D. and come dressed in professional attire. Additionally, “students should bring an open mind and be willing to talk to a wide variety of employers. You never know what job may lead to full-time work or a great internship,” said Becky Young, a career advisor at Sonoma State.

    Read more: http://bit.ly/2oZnb0h

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