library lobbyBeginning this summer, the University Library at Sonoma State University will join with the other 22 California State University campuses in migrating to the unified library management system OneSearch. The new system will allow users to borrow books and media from any CSU campus, eliminate overdue fines for books and DVDs, and increase the time faculty and students can borrow books to up to one year and one semester, respectively.

daniel soto at march for scienceSonoma State University Environmental Studies and Planning (ENSP) Professor Daniel Soto was one of five speakers at the March for Science in Santa Rosa Saturday, April 22. The event saw more than 2,000 people marching from Julliard Park to City Hall to protest President Trump's dismissal of climate change and the cuts in funding to research programs proposed by his administration.

The Sonoma State University BFA Exhibition runs April 27 through May 21 in the University Art Gallery on campus. The public is invited to a free reception with the student artists on Thursday, April 27, 4-6 p.m. in the University Art Gallery.

investitureNine months after beginning her tenure as Sonoma State University's seventh president, Judy K. Sakaki received the presidential medallion from California State University Chancellor Timothy White at her formal Investiture ceremony on Thursday, April 20 in Weill Hall at the Green Music Center.

Police Chief Johnson Steps Down

April 18, 2017 3:16 PM

badgeAfter 36 years of successful public service as a law enforcement officer and administrator, Sonoma State University Chief of Police Nathan Johnson has decided to transition to a new phase of his career and life. The University wishes the Chief well and plans to launch a search for his replacement as soon as possible.

Gillian Conoley accepts awardSonoma State University English Professor and Poet-in-Residence Gillian Conoley has been awarded the prestigious Shelley Memorial Award for her body of work as an American poet. The award has been given to one poet annually since 1929 by a jury of three poets selected by the Poetry Society of America.

geology tripCabo, Vegas and Miami may be the trendy spring break spots, but for one group of Sonoma State University students the geologic wonderland of Death Valley was the hot place to be this spring.

zachary gordinSonoma State University vocal instructor and acclaimed baritone Zachary Gordin will perform with pianist Bryan Nies to present for an intimate recital of vocal music highlighting the works of Venezuelan-French composer Reynaldo Hahn at 7:30 p.m. on April 27 in Schroeder Hall at the Green Music Center.

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