Join SSU’s Employee Wellness Program, staff, faculty, students and friends to bring awareness to heart health by wearing red on Friday, February 3 as part of national Go Red For Women Wear Red Day.
Join SSU police officers for coffee and conversation on Wednesday, Feb. 1 from 9:30-11 a.m. in Charlie Brown’s Café. There is no agenda or speeches, just open conversation, a chance to ask questions, voice concerns and get to know the police officers.
The School of Social Sciences annual Brown Bag Lecture Series features presentations by Sonoma State faculty on their current areas of research. Topics for this spring's series include Latinas and academia, social network analysis of captive Hamadryas Baboons, and more.
The 46th Sonoma State University Computer Science Colloquium features lectures on topics like evading Big Brother in the modern world, progress on Mars exploration, and more. Lectures are Thursdays at noon in Salazar 2016. Admission is free, parking is $5-$8 on campus.
Sonoma State University presents an exhibition of abstract art by married couple Laurie Fendrich and Peter Plagens, "Black White Color Life: Recent Works on Paper,” in the University Art Gallery, Feb. 15-Mar. 12, with a special joint lecture taking place at noon on Wed., Feb. 15 in Art 136.
Sonoma State University has received a grant from the National Science Foundation of more than half a million dollars to create a signature Maker program with a Makerspace on campus for students, faculty and staff to use free of charge.
As part of our effort to provide more robust and responsive service to our students and other members of the campus community, beginning January 3, 2017, Sonoma State University’s official business hours will be 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
In the wake of Sonoma State University students being invited to screen their short films at the Cannes Film Festival in 2015 and 2016, the University's film studies minor has seen a jump from 6 to 36 students and now Sonoma State is launching a Master's in Film Studies program to turn big-screen