child on bike in ssu gym with instructor The Cycle Without Limits bike camp for children with special needs will be held January 15-18 at Sonoma State University. The camp uses specially-designed bicycles to teach children who often have difficulty learning how to ride a conventional two-wheeled bicycle.

lynn cominskySonoma State University physics and astronomy professor Lynn Cominsky has received awards from two professional societies for her work in bringing STEM education to K-12 and college classrooms.

student filmmakers group photoOne year after strolling the red carpet with Hollywood's biggest stars, a pair of Sonoma State University filmmakers have been invited to screen two more films at the world's most prestigious film festival this year.

students walking between nichols and stevenson hallsFor the sixth consecutive year, the California State University received a record number of applications for fall enrollment. More than 830,000 applications were submitted by prospective students for fall 2016 - marking a 4.8 percent increase and more than 40,000 applications over last year's total. This unprecedented number of applications to the CSU's 23 campuses reflects the growth in demand for high-quality public higher education in California.

Top 10 SSU News Stories of 2015

December 21, 2015 11:04 AM

photo collage of top news storiesSonoma State University grew tremendously in 2015--literally, in that the school welcomed its largest student body to date, but also academically, thanks in part to a rebounding economy and an infusion of new professors. It was tough to pick just 10 stories to highlight out of the many memorable moments of 2015, but check out www.sonoma.edu/newscenter to see the rest of the year that was at SSU. Without further ado, here are Sonoma State University's top 10 stories of 2015.

gmc weill schroeder logoThe Weill Hall and Green Music Center Board of Advisors has appointed four new members: Sandra Velasco Jordan of Healdsburg, Tor Kenward of St. Helena, Margaret McCarthy of Santa Rosa and San Francisco, and William C. White of Petaluma. The new members were elected by unanimous vote at a Board of Advisors meeting on Dec. 17 and will serve alongside 33 existing board members including Chairman Sanford I. Weill, Vice-Chairs Joan Weill and Marne Olson, Treasurer Lynn Fritz and Secretary Gary Nelson.

SSU in the News, Nov. 14-Dec. 17

December 17, 2015 8:52 AM

ssu logoA weekly roundup of Sonoma State University in print, television, radio and web media.

gavelTaking the roles of defense attorneys, prosecutors and even witnesses, participating in an American Mock Trial tournament is a lot like watching an episode of "Law and Order," says Sonoma State University Mock Trial Team president Michelle Arnold. "We do a lot of acting, so I always encourage theater majors to join our team."

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