Karen G. Schneider has been named Dean of the Sonoma State University Library. She will begin her tenure at SSU January 12, 2015. Schneider is presently the University Librarian at Holy Names University. She joined Holy Names University in October, 2009, after more than 20 years of increasing responsibility in library positions... Read more
The Sonoma State Seawolves suffered a tough loss Thursday to end their historic run to the NCAA Div. II volleyball championships... Read more
A woman volunteers to be a designated driver for a group of men after a college party. Instead of thanking the woman for the ride, the men go on... Read more
The year is 1848 and a hydra is roaming the grounds of Sonoma State University. "It's a wonderful beast, kind of a dragon with 10 heads," says coordinator Christine Renaudin of the Second Year Research and Creative Experience class, or SYRCE (pronounced "seer-say")... Read more
Hundreds of seventh graders from Lawrence Cook Middle School in Santa Rosa stormed campus Friday to get a feel for the college they're guaranteed admission to thanks to an agreement with the Santa Rosa City Schools District and... Read more
Do you have an opinion about Lobo's that you want to share? Now's your chance—fill out the Lobo’s survey and let your voice count... Read more
ARTstor’s Shared Shelf image hosting service now delivers digital images from the art department’s image collection for use in the classroom, for research and viewing, and for student papers and presentations through the Schulz library’s online database portal... Read more
The Faculty Center at Sonoma State University is pleased to announce the call for participation for two small-stipend projects. The first, Creating Microlectures, focuses on learning the skills and practices to create effective visual and... Read more...
The campus holiday party is in the Grand Ballroom, third floor of the Student Center, Friday, Dec. 12, 3-5 p.m. Read more...
In sharing this video message, I want to thank you for your accomplishments and for giving our students the gift of success. Read more...
WorkPlace recently received this letter of thanks from an employee who wished to remain anonymous. We have published it in the spirit of gratitude for the little things in this holiday season. Read more...
With answers for questions like “How much do I pay towards retirement?” and “How much will my health benefits cost me?” this informational guide from the Payroll and Benefits website provides answers to frequently asked questions for employee benefits. Read more...
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