chong-uk kimA new study from Sonoma State University shows no evidence for immigrants displacing American citizens in the workforce. "Empirically, I don't see any evidence that immigrants are going to take our jobs or decrease our wages," says Sonoma State Economics Professor Chong-Uk Kim.

ncaa mbb teamThe Sonoma State University men's basketball team qualified for the NCAA Division II Basketball Championship Tournament for the eighth time in program history on Sunday night. Earning the No. 7 seed with a 20-8 record, the Seawolves will travel to the UC San Diego campus to play the No. 2 seed of the West Region, Hawaii Pacific, in the first round of the tournament on Mar. 10 at 2:30 p.m.

noma diploma grad capSonoma State University is taking a step toward raising its four-year graduation rate with the launch this month of an online degree planner to help students plan their path to a degree. The planner integrates with the recently implemented Seawolf Scheduler and promises to make registration an easier process for students.

lisa vollendorfSonoma State University President Judy K. Sakaki announced today that Dr. Lisa Vollendorf, Dean of San Jose State University's College of Humanities and the Arts, has accepted the position of Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs for Sonoma State University. Provost is the university's Chief Academic Officer.

Vollendorf, a passionate educator and scholar who was selected after an extensive national search, will assume her new post July 1.

Sonoma State University received $749,164 in new grant funding in the month of February. Congratulations to the following principal investigators and project directors who have received new, additional or extended support for their sponsored awards.

icorps kidneyA group of Sonoma State University students has won a major innovation award for creating a pair of devices to combat kidney disease, which affects an estimated 26 million Americans.

marco calavitaWhy would Hollywood make a 90-minute documentary about a three-minute scene? When it's the famous shower scene from Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho," Sonoma State University Communications Department Chair Marco Calavita says there's plenty to talk about -- and he does, as one of the interview subjects alongside stars like Elijah Wood, Guillermo del Toro and Danny Elfman in "78/52," a documentary that premiered this year at the Sundance Film Festival.

basketball duoSeawolf sports update, Feb. 22-28: Men's and women's basketball get ready for CCAA Tournament; baseball continues winning in best start since 2013; women's tennis wins two matches; men's tennis loses another; women's softball wins multiple games; women's golf takes third place at tourney; men's golf takes second place at tourney; women's soccer assistant coach Robin Hart named coach at Menlo College.

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