(Rohnert Park) — With more than 60 community leaders, SSU employees and others looking on, Sonoma State President Sonoma State President Judy K.
(Rohnert Park) — Sonoma State University will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, June 6 to celebrate the opening of the Marina Crossing Apartments, SSU's new 90-unit housing complex for employees. All members of the media are invited.
Multiple nationally and internationally acclaimed writers and filmmakers will come together for one weekend at Sonoma State University to celebrate the power of story at the second annual Writers Festival on April 19.
Job opportunities for freshman and graduating seniors alike will be available at Sonoma State University’s annual Career Fair, where companies and organizations from across the Bay Area will be looking to hire SSU students.
(Sonoma County) ACPA - College Student Educators International and “Diverse: Issues in Higher Education” magazine have named Sonoma State University one of the “Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs for 2019.”
Sonoma State University President Judy K. Sakaki has announced that, after a nationwide search, David Dougherty has been appointed as the new Chief of Police for the university.
Sonoma State University has appointed Dr. Hollis Robbins as the new Dean of Arts and Humanities. Dr. Robbins has served as Chair of the Humanities Department in the Peabody Conservatory and Director for Africana Studies at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Robbins has a B.A.
Former Sonoma State University Provost Bernard “Bernie” Goldstein, a pioneering professor at San Francisco State University in the field of human sexuality, passed away on April 27. He was 82.
Paul Gullixson, a veteran Sonoma County journalist, has been named Associate Vice President for Strategic Communications at Sonoma State University, effective April 9.
Interim Chief of Police David Dougherty will host “Coffee with the Chief” on Thursday, March 15 from 9:30-10:45 a.m. at Charlie Brown’s Café. This is an opportunity for students, faculty and staff to visit, ask questions, drink coffee and mingle with Chief Dougherty and his team.