men's basketballSonoma State University sports update, November 16-22. Women's Basketball continues to dominate with an undefeated record; men's basketball continues win streak; women's volleyball season ends in the second round of the CCAA tournament while Andrews, Papale and Seda make All-CCAA Volleyball Team.

laura watt profile A new book by Sonoma State University Environmental Studies and Planning Professor Laura Watt is coming to bookshelves Nov. 29. "The Paradox of Preservation" is the story of landscape preservation of Point Reyes and what the idea of wilderness really means.

commencement cap, "to infinity and beyond"Sonoma State University's Commencement 2017 ceremonies will be spread out over two days and take place at the Green Music Center. Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Jeri Echeverria made the announcement in an email to campus Friday afternoon.

chancellor timothy whiteI write to provide assurance that we will continue to make every effort to provide a safe and welcoming campus environment for all our students, faculty, staff, alumni and members of the community.

Diversity and inclusivity - in all its forms - are core values of the California State University. These values drive our efforts each day to ensure that the 23 campuses are welcoming environments, and they enable our students, faculty and staff to be confident and secure in the pursuit of their education; research, scholarship and creative activities; engagement with community; and performance of campus work.

mariana martinezSonoma State University Lecturer and staff member Dr. Mariana G. Martinez has won a seat on the Santa Rosa Junior College Board of Trustees, garnering the most votes running against two incumbents. Martinez will represent the 3-4-5 district, which covers Rohnert Park, Cotati, most of Santa Rosa and several areas of unincorporated Sonoma County.

lia thompson clarkSonoma State University Children's School Director Lia Thompson-Clark received the Champions for Children award from the Community Child Care Council (4C's) of Sonoma County last week for her work in the field of early childhood education.

women's basketballSonoma State University sports update, November 9-15. Women's Basketball starts season with two straight wins; men's basketball splits games to start their season; women's volleyball ends regular season with a loss and gets ready for CCAA Tournament; women's soccer exits NCAA Division II Tournament early and ends season. The team earns second straight academic award and Cecilia Sifuentes was selected to All-West Region Team; men's soccer falls in NCAA Division II Tournament early and ends season. Eric Alvarado selected to All-West Region Team.

students dancing ballet folkloricoSonoma State University is bringing the global experience to students on campus. International Education Week, Nov. 14-17, showcases a celebration of different cultures from around the world.

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