A remarkable spectacle about the French Resistance and Deportation during World War II retells the story of the women imprisoned in Auschwitz, comes to SSU on Wednesday, April 2. Continue Reading 'French Play Comes to Campus'
Karen Kessel, Visual Resources Specialist, will offer a workshop for any interested faculty, staff or their students who need to use digital images in e-portfolios, student papers, presentations, or online publications, but are not very familiar with digital technology. Continue Reading 'Digital Image Primer Workshop'
Ticket to Success is a program run by the University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics which brings students from local elementary schools to basketball and soccer games. See the latest elementary school class that attended their first collegiate game. Continue Reading 'Ticket to Success'
Employee Services is pleased to announce that the annual Service Awards Ceremony will be held on March 11 in Weill Hall Lobby at the Green Music Center. A total of 155 staff and faculty who have reached a service milestone during the 2013 calendar year will be recognized. Continue Reading '2014 Service Award Ceremony'
Entreprenoma is proud to present Market Day, an event that gives students the opportunity to showcase and pitch their ideas and businesses to fellow students, the campus community, and the larger community. Continue Reading 'Market Day'
Did you know that Campus Prints is now renting private mailboxes on-campus? Private mailboxes are conveniently located just steps away from your office in the Student Center. Continue Reading 'Campus Prints Mail'
The Communications faculty continue to work hard this semester, not just in their classrooms but beyond. Whether it is developing a screenplay, creating documentaries or becoming a new employee, the communications department continues to excel. Continue Reading 'Faculty News'
On Sunday, March 2 approximately 600 Greeks in collaboration with Join us Making Progress (JUMP), are participating in a variety of service projects in the local community. These projects range from cleanups to ecological restorations to assisting the food bank. Continue Reading 'Greek Community Service Day'
Throughout the month of March, the University is hosting a series of events in celebration of Womens History Month. From discussions, lecture series, and performances faculty and staff are encouraged to attend and invite their students to celebrate the beauty of women. Continue Reading 'Women's History Month'
Save The Date
Professor Emeritus, Jonah Raskin, will give "The Last Lecture" on Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 5:30 p.m. in the Beaujolais Meeting Room. The title of his lecture is "Burning Down the House." The lecture is free and open to the public.
Come take a break from the world of paperwork and computers and join the Staff Development Committee in a fairytale land of brave princes, beautiful princesses, evil dukes, and the magic of true love. Beth Warner will read The 13 Clocks by James Thurber on Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 25 and 26, in Stevenson 3042 from Noon to 1 p.m. Dessert is provided.
Leigh Jordan Retiring
The Northwest Information Center, says a fond farewell to Leigh Jordan, Coordinator of the NWIC http://www.sonoma.edu/nwic/. The NWIC is having a retirement party for Leigh on Saturday, March 1. For more information, please contact Bryan Much. Read full story here.
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