Give Blood, Give Live. Donate at SSU Blood Drive
Nov
12
10:00 AM10:00

Give Blood, Give Live. Donate at SSU Blood Drive

  • Recreation Center, Mt Denali Gym (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join Pi Kappa Phi for this month’s Blood Drive, along with Vitalent. Vitalant exists to make a difference in people's lives. They are deeply committed to making a transformative difference, and ensuring patients have the blood they need to see tomorrow. In May, we received word from our partners in Colorado that they responded to requests for additional blood from two of the three hospitals treating victims of the tragic STEM School Highland Ranch shooting. This response was in addition to the blood supply already on the shelves at those hospitals, ready and waiting for those who needed transfusions. This is possible because of the generosity of selfless donors. 

To sign up for an appointment, go to SSU November 13th Blood Drive- Appointment Link

For more information contact Bryen Marian: marianob@sonoma.edu

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Study Away Information Meeting
Nov
12
4:00 PM16:00

Study Away Information Meeting

Are you interested in learning about how you can study away as an SSU student? Want to spend a semester in another country or state? Use your financial aid and receive in-resident credit to help you graduate on time while participating on SSU programs! Hear about all of the different options you have available to you by attending a Study Away Information Meeting in the Global Engagement Office! Sign up ahead of time by stopping by International Hall 107 or calling the front desk at 707-664-2582.

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Career Center Mini Fair
Nov
13
11:00 AM11:00

Career Center Mini Fair

We are excited to announce a new series of fairs! These Fairs will be small (10-15) booths hosted outside in our Seawolf Plaza. They are open to all majors and will include potential job, internship, and service opportunities. This is a great way to get a job for the upcoming semester, break, or look for an internship.

Not looking for a job? No worries! Stop by anyway as this is a great way to connect with employers and learn more about career opportunities that exist in the area.



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Copeland Creek Restoration
Nov
13
1:00 PM13:00

Copeland Creek Restoration

  • Meet at the GEP Garden Classroom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Copeland Creek Restoration is a JUMP Sustainability program where volunteers are restoring the natural flow and layout of SSU's on-campus creek. This work helps endangered fish populations such as salmon, to be able to travel up to their proper breeding ground with ease. Closed-toed shoes and clothing with good coverage are encouraged to avoid scratches and allergies. This event meets at the GEP garden classroom, which is next to the Children's School and ETC.

Questions? Email jump.sustain2@sonoma.edu

Sign up on OrgSync here.



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Adulting 101: Presentation Hacks
Nov
13
2:00 PM14:00

Adulting 101: Presentation Hacks

Nail your next presentation by attending this 45-minute workshop, where you will learn important tips for shaping, creating, and delivering powerful presentations. Join the University Library to learn how to effectively structure a presentation, overcome presentation anxiety, and create engaging and impactful slides.

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Associated Student Productions: General Board Meeting
Nov
13
3:00 PM15:00

Associated Student Productions: General Board Meeting

  • 2nd Floor Student Center- Erin Fisher Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Are you looking for an opportunity to become involved, engaged, and gain volunteer opportunities? Associated Student Productions (ASP) will be holding General Board Meetings every Wednesday where all SSU students are welcome to join in on event planning experiences, networking opportunities, and fun! We want to make sure we are bringing events that are fun, free, and what you want to see at SSU! ASP brings events such as Big Cat Night, Campus Movie Fest, Open Mic nights, and contribute to annual Big Nite, to name a few. If you have any questions or need accommodations, please reach out to 707-664-4061 or atkinsm@sonoma.edu

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Study Away Information Meeting
Nov
13
4:00 PM16:00

Study Away Information Meeting

Are you interested in learning about how you can study away as an SSU student? Want to spend a semester in another country or state? Use your financial aid and receive in-resident credit to help you graduate on time while participating on SSU programs! Hear about all of the different options you have available to you by attending a Study Away Information Meeting in the Global Engagement Office! Sign up ahead of time by stopping by International Hall 107 or calling the front desk at 707-664-2582.

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Associated Students: Grant Info Session
Nov
13
4:00 PM16:00

Associated Students: Grant Info Session

  • Erin Fisher Room, 2nd Floor Student Activities Office (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Attend a grant info session to learn more about how AS can support your club’s programming and operating efforts. Learn different tips and tricks on how to submit a good application and get the most out of your grant request!

Email the Student Government Coordinator, Libia Marqueza Castro, at l.castro@sonoma.edu if you have any questions or comments.

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The M*A*T*H Colloquium: Microbes, Their Genes, and Us; Statistics for a Better World Aram Avila-Herrera
Nov
13
4:00 PM16:00

The M*A*T*H Colloquium: Microbes, Their Genes, and Us; Statistics for a Better World Aram Avila-Herrera

There are many interesting questions about how ourselves, our microbes, and the molecules of life are associated, some of which may highlight symbiotic relation- ships with important global impact. We’ll explore some of these questions by translating them into math problems that hopefully computers can solve. Series supported by Instructionally-Related Activities Funds

Coffee, Tea & Cookies at 3:45 p.m.

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RA Information Session
Nov
13
7:00 PM19:00

RA Information Session

  • Beaujolais Village Meeting Room (BMR) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join the Pack. Be an RA. Come check out some more information on becoming an RA!

***Students wanting to apply and pursue the RA position must be enrolled or have taken UNIV 238 Class. Those looking to take UNIV 238 in the Spring can receive priority registration, and to receive priority access for UNIV 238 at the beginning of registration which begins on November 18, 2019 you will need to complete and submit the online application form via Handshake. If this requirement is completed by 11:59 pm on November 12, 2019 you will be guaranteed a priority seat in UNIV 238. If this requirement is completed after 11:59 on November 12, 2019, you will still be guaranteed a seat in UNIV 238, but you might have fewer choices in which section you will be able to take.

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 California Indian Conference
Nov
14
to Nov 16

California Indian Conference

The California Indian Conference provides a forum for the sharing of knowledge, scholarship, and issues of importance related to Native California. The conference brings together California Indians, academics, tribal scholars, educators and students, public agencies and institutions, tribal communities and organizations, and the general public.

This event is open to all students. You can come and go as you wish between classes during the conference.

Come mingle with your Advisors, meet new people and learn more about whats happening in our community.

Register here for FREE

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Career Center Mini Fair
Nov
14
11:00 AM11:00

Career Center Mini Fair

We are excited to announce a new series of fairs! These Fairs will be small (10-15) booths hosted outside in our Seawolf Plaza. They are open to all majors and will include potential job, internship, and service opportunities. This is a great way to get a job for the upcoming semester, break, or look for an internship.

Not looking for a job? No worries! Stop by anyway as this is a great way to connect with employers and learn more about career opportunities that exist in the area.



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Volunteer at the Campus Garden
Nov
14
3:00 PM15:00

Volunteer at the Campus Garden

Did you know we had a garden on campus? JUMP Sustainability offers a unique volunteer opportunity to learn more about sustainable practices in garden and food insecurity through our on campus garden. Volunteers are expected to tend to garden beds and plants, and in the springtime, harvest produce to donate to NOAH's Food Pantry, a local organization that feeds Rohnert Park citizens.

Questions? Email jump.sustain3@sonoma.edu

Sign up on OrgSync here.

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Study Away Information Meeting
Nov
14
4:00 PM16:00

Study Away Information Meeting

Are you interested in learning about how you can study away as an SSU student? Want to spend a semester in another country or state? Use your financial aid and receive in-resident credit to help you graduate on time while participating on SSU programs! Hear about all of the different options you have available to you by attending a Study Away Information Meeting in the Global Engagement Office! Sign up ahead of time by stopping by International Hall 107 or calling the front desk at 707-664-2582.

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Sonoma Film Institute: Gumshoe (Albert Finney 1926-2019)
Nov
15
7:00 PM19:00

Sonoma Film Institute: Gumshoe (Albert Finney 1926-2019)

In 1971, the late, great Albert Finney played Eddie Ginley, a bingo caller in Liverpool who dreams of being a private detective. Eddie gives himself a birthday treat by placing a newspaper ad for a private detective: “SAM SPADE. Ginley’s the name, Gumshoe’s the game, Private Investigations. No Divorce Work.” From there a dark mystery unfolds as Eddie receives a gun in an envelope. Gumshoe, a criminally overlooked movie, marked Stephen Frears’ debut as a director. The stellar supporting cast includes Billie Whitelaw and Frank Finlay. (1971, 86 min.) Suggested ticket donation is $5. There is a $5.00 Parking Fee on all Sonoma State University lots.

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SHAC Doggy Play Day
Nov
16
11:30 AM11:30

SHAC Doggy Play Day

Please join the Student Health Activities Club/Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) as they sponsor Doggy Play Day today! Once a month we bring therapy dogs to campus for YOU, the student body, to destress. Whether you're dealing with anything from schoolwork pressure and roommate drama to mental health issues, these therapy puppies will be available for you to pet, hug, and love! Anyone is welcome!

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Sonoma Film Institute: Gumshoe (Albert Finney 1926-2019)
Nov
17
4:00 PM16:00

Sonoma Film Institute: Gumshoe (Albert Finney 1926-2019)

In 1971, the late, great Albert Finney played Eddie Ginley, a bingo caller in Liverpool who dreams of being a private detective. Eddie gives himself a birthday treat by placing a newspaper ad for a private detective: “SAM SPADE. Ginley’s the name, Gumshoe’s the game, Private Investigations. No Divorce Work.” From there a dark mystery unfolds as Eddie receives a gun in an envelope. Gumshoe, a criminally overlooked movie, marked Stephen Frears’ debut as a director. The stellar supporting cast includes Billie Whitelaw and Frank Finlay. (1971, 86 min.) Suggested ticket donation is $5. There is a $5.00 Parking Fee on all Sonoma State University lots.

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Associated Students: Grant Info Session
Nov
18
9:00 AM09:00

Associated Students: Grant Info Session

  • Erin Fisher Room, 2nd Floor Student Activities Office (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Attend a grant info session to learn more about how AS can support your club’s programming and operating efforts. Learn different tips and tricks on how to submit a good application and get the most out of your grant request!

Email the Student Government Coordinator, Libia Marqueza Castro, at l.castro@sonoma.edu if you have any questions or comments.

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Copeland Creek Restoration
Nov
18
10:00 AM10:00

Copeland Creek Restoration

  • Meet at the GEP Garden Classroom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Copeland Creek Restoration is a JUMP Sustainability program where volunteers are restoring the natural flow and layout of SSU's on-campus creek. This work helps endangered fish populations such as salmon, to be able to travel up to their proper breeding ground with ease. Closed-toed shoes and clothing with good coverage are encouraged to avoid scratches and allergies. This event meets at the GEP garden classroom, which is next to the Children's School and ETC.

Questions? Email jump.sustain2@sonoma.edu

Sign up on OrgSync here.



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Feminist Lecture Series:  “Strategies for Organizing Transnational Feminist Community: Black Feminism & South Asian Solidarities in Houston, TX”  with Dr. Rachel Afi Quinn
Nov
18
12:05 PM12:05

Feminist Lecture Series: “Strategies for Organizing Transnational Feminist Community: Black Feminism & South Asian Solidarities in Houston, TX” with Dr. Rachel Afi Quinn

Queer Black feminist scholar Rachel Afi Quinn is one of the co-founders of South Asian Youth in Houston Unite (SAYHU), a transnational feminist social justice collective based in Houston, Texas. SAYHU’s process of coalition building across difference is an effort to apply Black feminist theory and South Asian feminist methodologies to community building in greater Houston. Dr. Quinn will talk about SAYHU’s approach to building an inclusive social justice-oriented community, and some of the challenges we have faced as we teaching about feminism, colorism, anti-blackness, and solidarities in the South. SAYHU has established an annual summer institute and digital humanities archival and oral history project and a series of public events where we foster peer mentorship relationships and opportunities for skill-building among South Asian youth, particularly first generation South Asian Texans. The Feminist Lecture Series is part of the Women’s and Gender Studies Department’s Gender Studies Program Series and is made possible by funding from the SSU Instructionally Related Activities Program.

For more information, contact lober@sonoma.edu

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Volunteer at the Campus Garden
Nov
19
10:00 AM10:00

Volunteer at the Campus Garden

Did you know we had a garden on campus? JUMP Sustainability offers a unique volunteer opportunity to learn more about sustainable practices in garden and food insecurity through our on campus garden. Volunteers are expected to tend to garden beds and plants, and in the springtime, harvest produce to donate to NOAH's Food Pantry, a local organization that feeds Rohnert Park citizens.

Questions? Email jump.sustain3@sonoma.edu

Sign up on OrgSync here.

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Adulting 101: Eating Healthy on a Budget
Nov
19
11:00 AM11:00

Adulting 101: Eating Healthy on a Budget

Treat yo’self to this interactive 45-minute workshop where you will learn how to eat right even when money is tight. Join the University Library to learn more about understanding food labels, maximizing your nutrition, and finding budget-friendly grocery hacks.

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Social Justice Documentary Series: This Changes Everything
Nov
19
5:00 PM17:00

Social Justice Documentary Series: This Changes Everything

Told first hand by some of Hollywood’s leading voices behind and in front of the camera. The documentary uncovers what is beheath one of the most confounding dilemmas in the entertainment - the underrepresentation of women. It takes an incisive look at the history, emperical evidence, and systemic forces that foster gender discrimination and thus reinforce disparity in our culture.

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Adulting 101: Job Interview Prep
Nov
20
11:00 AM11:00

Adulting 101: Job Interview Prep

Get a leg up on the competition and learn how to successfully prepare for an internship or job interview in this game-changing workshop. Join the University Library to learn how to conduct industry research that will impress a future employer, calm your interview nerves, and strategize for salary and compensation negotiations.

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Copeland Creek Restoration
Nov
20
1:00 PM13:00

Copeland Creek Restoration

  • Meet at the GEP Garden Classroom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Copeland Creek Restoration is a JUMP Sustainability program where volunteers are restoring the natural flow and layout of SSU's on-campus creek. This work helps endangered fish populations such as salmon, to be able to travel up to their proper breeding ground with ease. Closed-toed shoes and clothing with good coverage are encouraged to avoid scratches and allergies. This event meets at the GEP garden classroom, which is next to the Children's School and ETC.

Questions? Email jump.sustain2@sonoma.edu

Sign up on OrgSync here.



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Associated Student Productions: General Board Meeting
Nov
20
3:00 PM15:00

Associated Student Productions: General Board Meeting

  • 2nd Floor Student Center- Erin Fisher Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Are you looking for an opportunity to become involved, engaged, and gain volunteer opportunities? Associated Student Productions (ASP) will be holding General Board Meetings every Wednesday where all SSU students are welcome to join in on event planning experiences, networking opportunities, and fun! We want to make sure we are bringing events that are fun, free, and what you want to see at SSU! ASP brings events such as Big Cat Night, Campus Movie Fest, Open Mic nights, and contribute to annual Big Nite, to name a few. If you have any questions or need accommodations, please reach out to 707-664-4061 or atkinsm@sonoma.edu

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The M*A*T*H Colloquium: Uncovering the Hidden World Beneath the Antarctic Ice Sheet with Noemi Petra
Nov
20
4:00 PM16:00

The M*A*T*H Colloquium: Uncovering the Hidden World Beneath the Antarctic Ice Sheet with Noemi Petra

The Applied Mathematics graduate program at the University of California, Merced will be discussed during the first half of the talk. In the second half of the talk, Petra’s work applying numerical analysis, linear algebra and optimization, to the dynamics of the Antarctic ice sheet will be discussed. Ice sheet flow models contain unknown parameters, due either to our inability to directly observe them, or their role as phenomenological parameters that must be constrained by data. I will present an in- version technique that allows us to solve very large-scale problems, such as the Antarctic ice sheet problem. This research will help climate scientists better under- stand the flow of Antarctic ice from the continent into the sea and its effect on the sea level rise. 

Series supported by Instructionally-Related Activities Funds

Coffee, tea, and cookies at 3:45



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4 Wheel Bob Film and Q&A
Nov
20
7:00 PM19:00

4 Wheel Bob Film and Q&A

The award-winning documentary film 4 Wheel Bob tells the story of Bob Coomber, an intrepid adventurer who sets out to be the first wheelchair hiker to cross the 11,845-foot Kearsarge Pass in the Sierra Nevada.

Kearsarge Pass is a classic high approach into the Eastern Sierra, ten miles north of Mt. Whitney, the highest peak in the lower forty-eight. The famously steep and prolonged trail to the pass unfolds with Kings Canyon National Park providing the dramatic backdrop. For Bob in his wheelchair, this adventuring is fraught with danger. He must deal continually with altitude sickness and the threat of diabetic coma, not to mention possible fatal or crippling falls in the steep terrain. The path is often blocked with shattered granite, and Bob must turn his wheelchair backward in order to push uphill using only his arms. Going downhill has its own hazards; the trail is narrow, and his wheels often skid on the loose rock. We gain an intimate, foot-by-foot familiarity with Bob’s herculean effort and with some of the most perilous sections of the famous trail.

Away from the Sierra, Bob is an advocate for the disabled in his beloved Northern California. He takes groups who use wheelchairs as well as war veterans on local hikes, teaching about ecology, animal and plant life, and ways to navigate in the wilderness. This story of overcoming immense obstacles will inspire us to look at our own self-imposed limitations and perhaps reach beyond what we think is possible.

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Study Away Information Meeting
Nov
21
3:00 PM15:00

Study Away Information Meeting

Are you interested in learning about how you can study away as an SSU student? Want to spend a semester in another country or state? Use your financial aid and receive in-resident credit to help you graduate on time while participating on SSU programs! Hear about all of the different options you have available to you by attending a Study Away Information Meeting in the Global Engagement Office! Sign up ahead of time by stopping by International Hall 107 or calling the front desk at 707-664-2582.

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Volunteer at the Campus Garden
Nov
21
3:00 PM15:00

Volunteer at the Campus Garden

Did you know we had a garden on campus? JUMP Sustainability offers a unique volunteer opportunity to learn more about sustainable practices in garden and food insecurity through our on campus garden. Volunteers are expected to tend to garden beds and plants, and in the springtime, harvest produce to donate to NOAH's Food Pantry, a local organization that feeds Rohnert Park citizens.

Questions? Email jump.sustain3@sonoma.edu

Sign up on OrgSync here.

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Umoja Queens
Nov
21
5:15 PM17:15

Umoja Queens

Umoja Queens group was inspired by a group of students that identify as Black Womxn that expressed an interest in engaging with and being mentored by professional black Womxn that were a part of the Seawolf community. We strive to support, encourage, and empower Black Womxn as they explore their personal values, beliefs and ideas during their matriculation at SSU.

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Associated Students: Grant Info Session
Nov
21
6:00 PM18:00

Associated Students: Grant Info Session

  • Erin Fisher Room, 2nd Floor Student Activities Office (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Attend a grant info session to learn more about how AS can support your club’s programming and operating efforts. Learn different tips and tricks on how to submit a good application and get the most out of your grant request!

Email the Student Government Coordinator, Libia Marqueza Castro, at l.castro@sonoma.edu if you have any questions or comments.

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Campus Rec Workshop Series: Beginner Camping Preparedness
Nov
21
7:00 PM19:00

Campus Rec Workshop Series: Beginner Camping Preparedness

We are stoked about getting people outdoors! Even if participants have yet to have their first experiences in the great outdoors, we are here to help outfit and plan their very first trip. This course will introduce participants to the resources the Outdoor Resource Center has to offer as well as offer a safe space for participants to ask any questions beginner campers may have. In this class, Outdoor Resource Center and Outdoor Pursuits staff will share our favorite camping spots and tips and tricks.



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Sonoma Film Institute: Blindspotting
Nov
22
7:00 PM19:00

Sonoma Film Institute: Blindspotting

“Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal wrote and star in this earnest and anguished comedic drama, set in Oakland and centered on black Americans’ mind-bending fear of prejudiced and trigger-happy police officers, but the movie’s substantial observations are dispersed in theatrics. Collin (Diggs), a black man in his last three days of probation nearly a year after his release from prison, and his best friend, Miles (Casal), who’s white, work together as furniture movers. Returning home at night, Collin witnesses a white police officer shooting an unarmed black man in the back. Meanwhile, Miles buys a gun, unbeknownst to his girlfriend, Ashley (Jasmine Cephas Jones), putting both his relationship and Collin’s freedom at risk. The gentrification of Oakland is a recurring theme, but the film pivots on Miles’s hotheaded behavior, for which Collin pays the price.

Suggested ticket donation is $5. There is a $5.00 Parking Fee on all Sonoma State University lots.

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Saturday DIY Project
Nov
23
7:00 PM19:00

Saturday DIY Project

  • Vineyard in the Zinfandel Village (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Here comes the weekend… EVERY Saturday your RA’s and your Student Involvement team have crafts galore. From canvas painting, slime making, headband building, mug decorating, and memory creating! This is your time to let the creativity run wild, and spend time with your fellow Seawolves crafting!



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The Fantastic Plastic Classic
Nov
24
8:00 AM08:00

The Fantastic Plastic Classic

Compete at the SSU Climbing Wall with other students and community members in a top rope and lead climbing competition. There will be categories of beginner to advanced so there is a spot for everyone. Come to have a fun time or to push yourself to climb your hardest!

Member fee is $25 and non-member fee is $40. Registration opens on 9/16 at 9AM and will close on 11/9 at 4PM.

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Sonoma Film Institute: Blindspotting
Nov
24
4:00 PM16:00

Sonoma Film Institute: Blindspotting

“Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal wrote and star in this earnest and anguished comedic drama, set in Oakland and centered on black Americans’ mind-bending fear of prejudiced and trigger-happy police officers, but the movie’s substantial observations are dispersed in theatrics. Collin (Diggs), a black man in his last three days of probation nearly a year after his release from prison, and his best friend, Miles (Casal), who’s white, work together as furniture movers. Returning home at night, Collin witnesses a white police officer shooting an unarmed black man in the back. Meanwhile, Miles buys a gun, unbeknownst to his girlfriend, Ashley (Jasmine Cephas Jones), putting both his relationship and Collin’s freedom at risk. The gentrification of Oakland is a recurring theme, but the film pivots on Miles’s hotheaded behavior, for which Collin pays the price.

Suggested ticket donation is $5. There is a $5.00 Parking Fee on all Sonoma State University lots.

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Study Away Information Meeting
Nov
25
12:00 PM12:00

Study Away Information Meeting

Are you interested in learning about how you can study away as an SSU student? Want to spend a semester in another country or state? Use your financial aid and receive in-resident credit to help you graduate on time while participating on SSU programs! Hear about all of the different options you have available to you by attending a Study Away Information Meeting in the Global Engagement Office! Sign up ahead of time by stopping by International Hall 107 or calling the front desk at 707-664-2582.

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Feminist Lecture Series:  “Abolish the PIC: Internationalist Movement to End the Prison Industrial Complex” with Rehana Lerandeau and Linda Evans
Nov
25
12:05 PM12:05

Feminist Lecture Series: “Abolish the PIC: Internationalist Movement to End the Prison Industrial Complex” with Rehana Lerandeau and Linda Evans

Critical Resistance seeks to build an international movement to end the Prison Industrial Complex by challenging the belief that caging and controlling people makes us safe. We believe that basic necessities such as food, shelter, and freedom are what really make our communities secure. As such, our work is part of global struggles against inequality and powerlessness. The success of the movement requires that it reflect communities most affected by the PIC. Because we seek to abolish the PIC, we cannot support any work that extends its life or scope. The Feminist Lecture Series is part of the Women’s and Gender Studies Department’s Gender Studies Program Series and is made possible by funding from the SSU Instructionally Related Activities Program. For more information, contact lober@sonoma.edu

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Copeland Creek Restoration
Nov
25
to Nov 26

Copeland Creek Restoration

  • Meet at the GEP Garden Classroom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Copeland Creek Restoration is a JUMP Sustainability program where volunteers are restoring the natural flow and layout of SSU's on-campus creek. This work helps endangered fish populations such as salmon, to be able to travel up to their proper breeding ground with ease. Closed-toed shoes and clothing with good coverage are encouraged to avoid scratches and allergies. This event meets at the GEP garden classroom, which is next to the Children's School and ETC.

Questions? Email jump.sustain2@sonoma.edu

Sign up on OrgSync here.



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Volunteer at the Campus Garden
Nov
26
10:00 AM10:00

Volunteer at the Campus Garden

Did you know we had a garden on campus? JUMP Sustainability offers a unique volunteer opportunity to learn more about sustainable practices in garden and food insecurity through our on campus garden. Volunteers are expected to tend to garden beds and plants, and in the springtime, harvest produce to donate to NOAH's Food Pantry, a local organization that feeds Rohnert Park citizens.

Questions? Email jump.sustain3@sonoma.edu

Sign up on OrgSync here.

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Study Away Information Meeting
Dec
2
4:00 PM16:00

Study Away Information Meeting

Are you interested in learning about how you can study away as an SSU student? Want to spend a semester in another country or state? Use your financial aid and receive in-resident credit to help you graduate on time while participating on SSU programs! Hear about all of the different options you have available to you by attending a Study Away Information Meeting in the Global Engagement Office! Sign up ahead of time by stopping by International Hall 107 or calling the front desk at 707-664-2582.

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Study Away Information Meeting
Dec
3
12:00 PM12:00

Study Away Information Meeting

Are you interested in learning about how you can study away as an SSU student? Want to spend a semester in another country or state? Use your financial aid and receive in-resident credit to help you graduate on time while participating on SSU programs! Hear about all of the different options you have available to you by attending a Study Away Information Meeting in the Global Engagement Office! Sign up ahead of time by stopping by International Hall 107 or calling the front desk at 707-664-2582.

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Adulting 101: Job Interview Prep
Dec
3
6:00 PM18:00

Adulting 101: Job Interview Prep

Get a leg up on the competition and learn how to successfully prepare for an internship or job interview in this game-changing workshop. Join the University Library to learn how to conduct industry research that will impress a future employer, calm your interview nerves, and strategize for salary and compensation negotiations.

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Associated Student Productions: General Board Meeting
Dec
4
3:00 PM15:00

Associated Student Productions: General Board Meeting

  • 2nd Floor Student Center- Erin Fisher Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Are you looking for an opportunity to become involved, engaged, and gain volunteer opportunities? Associated Student Productions (ASP) will be holding General Board Meetings every Wednesday where all SSU students are welcome to join in on event planning experiences, networking opportunities, and fun! We want to make sure we are bringing events that are fun, free, and what you want to see at SSU! ASP brings events such as Big Cat Night, Campus Movie Fest, Open Mic nights, and contribute to annual Big Nite, to name a few. If you have any questions or need accommodations, please reach out to 707-664-4061 or atkinsm@sonoma.edu

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Study Away Information Meeting
Dec
4
4:00 PM16:00

Study Away Information Meeting

Are you interested in learning about how you can study away as an SSU student? Want to spend a semester in another country or state? Use your financial aid and receive in-resident credit to help you graduate on time while participating on SSU programs! Hear about all of the different options you have available to you by attending a Study Away Information Meeting in the Global Engagement Office! Sign up ahead of time by stopping by International Hall 107 or calling the front desk at 707-664-2582.

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Adulting 101: Job Interview Prep
Dec
5
2:00 PM14:00

Adulting 101: Job Interview Prep

Get a leg up on the competition and learn how to successfully prepare for an internship or job interview in this game-changing workshop. Join the University Library to learn how to conduct industry research that will impress a future employer, calm your interview nerves, and strategize for salary and compensation negotiations.

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Study Away Information Meeting
Dec
5
3:00 PM15:00

Study Away Information Meeting

Are you interested in learning about how you can study away as an SSU student? Want to spend a semester in another country or state? Use your financial aid and receive in-resident credit to help you graduate on time while participating on SSU programs! Hear about all of the different options you have available to you by attending a Study Away Information Meeting in the Global Engagement Office! Sign up ahead of time by stopping by International Hall 107 or calling the front desk at 707-664-2582.

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Picturing Philanthropy Reception: Selections from the SSU Art Collection
Dec
5
4:00 PM16:00

Picturing Philanthropy Reception: Selections from the SSU Art Collection

The exhibition--the final installment of the University Art Gallery's Fortieth Anniversary celebration--will feature works by both major and emerging artists that have been donated to the SSU Art Collection over the past 40 years, including a number of recent acquisitions.

Among the artists whose work will be included in the exhibition art Hans Bellmer, Roy DeForest, Robert Indiana, Judith Linhares, Joan Miro, Yasuma Morimura, Pablo Picasso, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Rufino Tamayo, and Andy Warhol.

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SHAC Doggy Play Day
Dec
6
11:30 AM11:30

SHAC Doggy Play Day

Please join the Student Health Activities Club/Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) as they sponsor Doggy Play Day today! Once a month we bring therapy dogs to campus for YOU, the student body, to destress. Whether you're dealing with anything from schoolwork pressure and roommate drama to mental health issues, these therapy puppies will be available for you to pet, hug, and love! Anyone is welcome!

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Sonoma Film Institute: Blindspotting
Dec
6
7:00 PM19:00

Sonoma Film Institute: Blindspotting

“Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal wrote and star in this earnest and anguished comedic drama, set in Oakland and centered on black Americans’ mind-bending fear of prejudiced and trigger-happy police officers, but the movie’s substantial observations are dispersed in theatrics. Collin (Diggs), a black man in his last three days of probation nearly a year after his release from prison, and his best friend, Miles (Casal), who’s white, work together as furniture movers. Returning home at night, Collin witnesses a white police officer shooting an unarmed black man in the back. Meanwhile, Miles buys a gun, unbeknownst to his girlfriend, Ashley (Jasmine Cephas Jones), putting both his relationship and Collin’s freedom at risk. The gentrification of Oakland is a recurring theme, but the film pivots on Miles’s hotheaded behavior, for which Collin pays the price.

Suggested ticket donation is $5. There is a $5.00 Parking Fee on all Sonoma State University lots.

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Saturday DIY Project
Dec
7
7:00 PM19:00

Saturday DIY Project

  • Casentino Room in the Tuscany Village (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Here comes the weekend… EVERY Saturday your RA’s and your Student Involvement team have crafts galore. From canvas painting, slime making, headband building, mug decorating, and memory creating! This is your time to let the creativity run wild, and spend time with your fellow Seawolves crafting!



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Stress Free Zone
Dec
9
to Dec 10

Stress Free Zone

Come relieve some stress, have some pizza and get ready to focus on studying for finals @8:30 - 10p.m. in the W & B then join us for the special event at the Student Center living room@ 10 p.m.

Don’t forget about the Wheel of Fortune at the Student Center Info + Tickets desk @ 10pm-12am

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Stress Free Zone
Dec
10
to Dec 11

Stress Free Zone

Come relieve some stress, have some pizza and get ready to focus on studying for finals @8:30 - 10p.m. in the W & B then join us for the special event at the Student Center living room@ 10 p.m.

Don’t forget about the Wheel of Fortune at the Student Center Info + Tickets desk @ 10pm-12am

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Stress Free Zone
Dec
11
to Dec 12

Stress Free Zone

Come relieve some stress, have some pizza and get ready to focus on studying for finals @8:30 - 10p.m. in the W & B then join us for the special event at the Student Center living room@ 10 p.m.

Don’t forget about the Wheel of Fortune at the Student Center Info + Tickets desk @ 10pm-12am

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RA Information Session
Jan
21
7:00 PM19:00

RA Information Session

  • Sauvignon Village Cooperage Conference Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join the Pack. Be an RA. Come check out some more information on becoming an RA!

***Students wanting to apply and pursue the RA position must be enrolled or have taken UNIV 238 Class. Those looking to take UNIV 238 in the Spring can receive priority registration, and to receive priority access for UNIV 238 at the beginning of registration which begins on November 18, 2019 you will need to complete and submit the online application form via Handshake. If this requirement is completed by 11:59 pm on November 12, 2019 you will be guaranteed a priority seat in UNIV 238. If this requirement is completed after 11:59 on November 12, 2019, you will still be guaranteed a seat in UNIV 238, but you might have fewer choices in which section you will be able to take.

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World Congress on Pain Research & Management
Mar
26
to Mar 27

World Congress on Pain Research & Management

We would like to welcome all the Directors, Heads, Deans, Professors, Scientists, Researchers, Doctors and students of Medicine, Pain Research & Management for “World Congress on Pain Research & Management” on March 26-27, 2020 in Barcelona, Spain with the theme of “Interdisciplinary approach towards quality of life in Pain Management”.

Pain Management Conferences will host a series of Oral & Poster Presentations, Workshops, Symposium, Exhibitions & many more.


Coalesce Research Group is an USA based emerging open access publisher and International Conference Event organizer which owe to serve the scientific community by serving the high quality genuine research work from eminent scientists, professors, scientific research communities in all fields of medicine, clinical, life science, engineering and technology to the Research Scholars, Students, Libraries, Educational Institutions, Research center and industries with the aim of "Enhance your Research" in the respective fields.



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Volunteer at the Campus Garden
Nov
12
10:00 AM10:00

Volunteer at the Campus Garden

Did you know we had a garden on campus? JUMP Sustainability offers a unique volunteer opportunity to learn more about sustainable practices in garden and food insecurity through our on campus garden. Volunteers are expected to tend to garden beds and plants, and in the springtime, harvest produce to donate to NOAH's Food Pantry, a local organization that feeds Rohnert Park citizens.

Questions? Email jump.sustain3@sonoma.edu

Sign up on OrgSync here.

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Copeland Creek Restoration
Nov
11
10:00 AM10:00

Copeland Creek Restoration

  • Meet at the GEP Garden Classroom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Copeland Creek Restoration is a JUMP Sustainability program where volunteers are restoring the natural flow and layout of SSU's on-campus creek. This work helps endangered fish populations such as salmon, to be able to travel up to their proper breeding ground with ease. Closed-toed shoes and clothing with good coverage are encouraged to avoid scratches and allergies. This event meets at the GEP garden classroom, which is next to the Children's School and ETC.

Questions? Email jump.sustain2@sonoma.edu

Sign up on OrgSync here.



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Sonoma Film Institute: What You Gonna Do When The World's On Fire?
Nov
10
4:00 PM16:00

Sonoma Film Institute: What You Gonna Do When The World's On Fire?

Italian-born, American South–based filmmaker Roberto Minervini’s follow-up to his Texas Trilogy is a portrait of African-Americans in New Orleans struggling to maintain their unique cultural identity and to find social justice. Shot in very sharp black and white, the film is focused on Judy, trying to keep her family afloat and save her bar before it’s snapped up by speculators; Ronaldo and Titus, two brothers growing up surrounded by violence and with a father in jail; Kevin, trying to keep the glorious local traditions of the Mardi Gras Indians alive; and the local Black Panthers, trying to stand up against a new, deadly wave of racism. This is a passionately urgent and strangely lyrical film experience.

Suggested ticket donation is $5. There is a $5.00 Parking Fee on all Sonoma State University lots.

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 Scene It Movie: Spiderman: Far From Home
Nov
9
9:00 PM21:00

Scene It Movie: Spiderman: Far From Home

Movie Night! Some time after Thanos was defeated and Tony Stark's sacrifice, Peter Parker returns to high school. Now, Peter is out to see the world with his classmates and is wanting to take a break from being Spider-Man. But his fun filled trip is suddenly sabotaged when a string of mysterious attacks by creatures called Elementals start wreaking havoc all over the world. To make matters more difficult, Peter finds himself recruited by Nick Fury and an interdimensional newcomer named Quentin Beck/Mysterio to help fight them and uncover the truth behind the attacks. Are the Elementals real? Is Mysterio who he says he is?



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Get Out On The Green: The Branford Marsalis Quartet
Nov
9
7:30 PM19:30

Get Out On The Green: The Branford Marsalis Quartet

From his initial recognition as a young jazz lion, Branford Marsalis has expanded his vision, crossing stylistic boundaries while maintaining an unwavering creative integrity.

His quartet’s latest release, The Secret Between the Shadow and the Soul, features a range of moods from the tender to the explosive that has defined the group since its inception. With a focus on melodic strength and extrasensory interaction, the album confirms that the Branford Marsalis Quartet remains a paragon of uncompromising jazz excellence.

Want free student tickets? Email Mo at mo.phillips@sonoma.edu.

Free ticket includes entrance to the show as well as a free desert after the show at Prelude Restaurant & Bar.

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Saturday DIY Project
Nov
8
7:00 PM19:00

Saturday DIY Project

Here comes the weekend… EVERY Saturday your RA’s and your Student Involvement team have crafts galore. From canvas painting, slime making, headband building, mug decorating, and memory creating! This is your time to let the creativity run wild, and spend time with your fellow Seawolves crafting!



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No Limits Event Concert
Nov
8
7:00 PM19:00

No Limits Event Concert

Do you struggle with addiction or substance abuse? Are you tired and weary and trying to find your purpose in life? This event is the place to be then. Filled with food, fun, drinks and a live concert and speakers; you won't want to miss out: Nov 8th. Please reach out martoliv@sonoma.edu if you need more information.

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Sonoma Film Institute: What You Gonna Do When The World's On Fire?
Nov
8
7:00 PM19:00

Sonoma Film Institute: What You Gonna Do When The World's On Fire?

Italian-born, American South–based filmmaker Roberto Minervini’s follow-up to his Texas Trilogy is a portrait of African-Americans in New Orleans struggling to maintain their unique cultural identity and to find social justice. Shot in very sharp black and white, the film is focused on Judy, trying to keep her family afloat and save her bar before it’s snapped up by speculators; Ronaldo and Titus, two brothers growing up surrounded by violence and with a father in jail; Kevin, trying to keep the glorious local traditions of the Mardi Gras Indians alive; and the local Black Panthers, trying to stand up against a new, deadly wave of racism. This is a passionately urgent and strangely lyrical film experience.

Suggested ticket donation is $5. There is a $5.00 Parking Fee on all Sonoma State University lots.

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Study Away Information Meeting
Nov
8
4:00 PM16:00

Study Away Information Meeting

Are you interested in learning about how you can study away as an SSU student? Want to spend a semester in another country or state? Use your financial aid and receive in-resident credit to help you graduate on time while participating on SSU programs! Hear about all of the different options you have available to you by attending a Study Away Information Meeting in the Global Engagement Office! Sign up ahead of time by stopping by International Hall 107 or calling the front desk at 707-664-2582.

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JUMP Fall 2019 Weekend Trip to Reno, Nevada
Nov
8
to Nov 10

JUMP Fall 2019 Weekend Trip to Reno, Nevada

This experience allows SSU students to volunteer in a different community and learn about the social justice issues Reno faces. Students can expect to serve with organizations like the Northern Nevada Food Bank and the Ronald McDonald House Charities.

The cost per participant is $40 which includes, housing, transportation, food, showers. Students are also able to pay the $40 in three payments.

This is a great opportunity to push yourself out of your comfort zone, explore, travel and potentially see the snow.

Students can sign up on SonomaSync with this link

The number of volunteers is limited if still highly interested email jump.service1@sonoma.edu to be added our wait-list. The deadline t o sign up is Friday, October 25th.

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ASP Free Bowling Night
Nov
7
to Nov 8

ASP Free Bowling Night

Hey Seawolves! Come join us for our 90’s themed bowling night at Double Decker Lanes! ASP Free Bowling Nights happen the first Thursday of the month during the academic year. You do not need to wear 90’s gear to participate but you do need your SSU ID.

Please call 707-664-4061 or email atkinsm@sonoma.edu for any questions!



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Campus Rec Workshop Series: Pack for a Multi-Day Trip
Nov
7
7:00 PM19:00

Campus Rec Workshop Series: Pack for a Multi-Day Trip

Packing a backpacking-pack is not as easy as it may seem! ORC and ODP staff are here to help participants pack their packs properly to ensure comfort on their next adventures. We will go over best packing methods of food, clothes and personal items, weight distribution, as well as pack and light-weight gear recommendations for the frugal student backpacker.

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Volunteer at the Campus Garden
Nov
7
3:00 PM15:00

Volunteer at the Campus Garden

Did you know we had a garden on campus? JUMP Sustainability offers a unique volunteer opportunity to learn more about sustainable practices in garden and food insecurity through our on campus garden. Volunteers are expected to tend to garden beds and plants, and in the springtime, harvest produce to donate to NOAH's Food Pantry, a local organization that feeds Rohnert Park citizens.

Questions? Email jump.sustain3@sonoma.edu

Sign up on OrgSync here.

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Study Away Information Meeting
Nov
7
3:00 PM15:00

Study Away Information Meeting

Are you interested in learning about how you can study away as an SSU student? Want to spend a semester in another country or state? Use your financial aid and receive in-resident credit to help you graduate on time while participating on SSU programs! Hear about all of the different options you have available to you by attending a Study Away Information Meeting in the Global Engagement Office! Sign up ahead of time by stopping by International Hall 107 or calling the front desk at 707-664-2582.

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Summer Orientation Leader and Interactive Theater Project Info Session
Nov
7
12:00 PM12:00

Summer Orientation Leader and Interactive Theater Project Info Session

Are you interested in becoming a part of the Summer 2020 Orientation Team? We have positions available for Orientation Leaders and Interactive Theater Project Actors. Come to an info session to learn more or apply now on Handshake when you search for "Orientation and Family Programs"

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Associated Students: Grant Info Session
Nov
7
12:00 PM12:00

Associated Students: Grant Info Session

  • Erin Fisher Room, 2nd Floor Student Activities Office (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Attend a grant info session to learn more about how AS can support your club’s programming and operating efforts. Learn different tips and tricks on how to submit a good application and get the most out of your grant request!

Email the Student Government Coordinator, Libia Marqueza Castro, at l.castro@sonoma.edu if you have any questions or comments.

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School of Social Sciences Student Mixer
Nov
7
11:30 AM11:30

School of Social Sciences Student Mixer

  • Redwood Lounge(1st Floor of Stevenson Hall) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Are you undeclared or currently majoring in a major that you are reconsidering? Are you looking for a second major? Do you want to learn more about what social scientists do? If you answered yes to any of these questions, please join faculty and students from the School of Social Sciences for pizza and to learn more about our majors and departments.

This event will provide students with information about the following majors: Anthropology, Geography, Environment & Planning, Global Studies, History, Human Development & Pre-Human Development, Political Science, and Women's & Gender Studies. Sponsored by The School of Social Sciences

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Just Another Assault  with Bonny Shade
Nov
6
6:30 PM18:30

Just Another Assault with Bonny Shade

Bonny is a survivor of sexual assault.  An assault by her close college friend. It took her more than seven years to realize it.

In her powerful program, Just Another Assault, Bonny takes an in-depth look at issues surrounding assault, rape culture, consent, and healing. She describes how her personal journey has involved understanding acquaintance-based assaults, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and sharing her experience to help others find the truth in their own. 

1-in-4 college students will be survivors of sexual assault.  It is not only an issue for the victim or the campus community; this is an issue for us all.  Bonny strives to deliver a thought-provoking and interactive program which is intended to allow the space for audiences to discuss the uncomfortable and equip audience members with realistic intervention strategies. And, for survivors to know they are not just another assault.



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The M*A*T*H Colloquium: Using Evolutionary Game Theory to Understand the Challenges to Cooperation (& their possible solutions) Christina Moya, UC Davis
Nov
6
4:00 PM16:00

The M*A*T*H Colloquium: Using Evolutionary Game Theory to Understand the Challenges to Cooperation (& their possible solutions) Christina Moya, UC Davis

Humans cooperate with others on a daily basis; we care for family when they are ill, we take turns paying for meals with friends, and we give money to strangers in need. This behavior seems so natural to us that we might not bother asking why we engage in such behavior, and why it's so much rarer in other species. Biologists use evolutionary game theory to develop mathematical models that help us think through why such behavior is puzzling, why it happens nonetheless, and the condi- tions when it is likely to arise. We will work through some basic evolutionary game theory models of cooperation to help us understand some of the challenges we face in fostering cooperation in societies, and some of the possible solutions. Series supported by Instructionally-Related Activities Funds

Coffee, Tea & Cookies at 3:45pm in Darwin 103

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Associated Student Productions: General Board Meeting
Nov
6
3:00 PM15:00

Associated Student Productions: General Board Meeting

  • 2nd Floor Student Center- Erin Fisher Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Are you looking for an opportunity to become involved, engaged, and gain volunteer opportunities? Associated Student Productions (ASP) will be holding General Board Meetings every Wednesday where all SSU students are welcome to join in on event planning experiences, networking opportunities, and fun! We want to make sure we are bringing events that are fun, free, and what you want to see at SSU! ASP brings events such as Big Cat Night, Campus Movie Fest, Open Mic nights, and contribute to annual Big Nite, to name a few. If you have any questions or need accommodations, please reach out to 707-664-4061 or atkinsm@sonoma.edu

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Copeland Creek Restoration
Nov
6
1:00 PM13:00

Copeland Creek Restoration

  • Meet at the GEP Garden Classroom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Copeland Creek Restoration is a JUMP Sustainability program where volunteers are restoring the natural flow and layout of SSU's on-campus creek. This work helps endangered fish populations such as salmon, to be able to travel up to their proper breeding ground with ease. Closed-toed shoes and clothing with good coverage are encouraged to avoid scratches and allergies. This event meets at the GEP garden classroom, which is next to the Children's School and ETC.

Questions? Email jump.sustain2@sonoma.edu

Sign up on OrgSync here.



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Study Away Information Meeting
Nov
6
12:00 PM12:00

Study Away Information Meeting

Are you interested in learning about how you can study away as an SSU student? Want to spend a semester in another country or state? Use your financial aid and receive in-resident credit to help you graduate on time while participating on SSU programs! Hear about all of the different options you have available to you by attending a Study Away Information Meeting in the Global Engagement Office! Sign up ahead of time by stopping by International Hall 107 or calling the front desk at 707-664-2582.

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Speaking Their Truth: Panel of Trafficking Survivors
Nov
5
5:30 PM17:30

Speaking Their Truth: Panel of Trafficking Survivors

This event is about bringing awareness to our community in regards to Human Trafficking. We want the community to hear the stories of survivors and how they were able to overcome horrific slavery. Please come and get educated on how you can prevent trafficking.

Panelists include:

  • Hali Brenner (survivor)

  • Christina Gonzalez (survivor)

  • Lisa McQuaid (survivor)

  • Elizabeth Quiroz (survivor & Student)

  • Johanna Allen (Verity advocate)


Sponsored by Student Involvement, Confidential Advocacy, Sonoma County Human Trafficking Task Force, Verity

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Summer Orientation Leader and Interactive Theater Project Info Session
Nov
5
12:00 PM12:00

Summer Orientation Leader and Interactive Theater Project Info Session

Are you interested in becoming a part of the Summer 2020 Orientation Team? We have positions available for Orientation Leaders and Interactive Theater Project Actors. Come to an info session to learn more or apply now on Handshake when you search for "Orientation and Family Programs"

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Feminist Lecture Series:  “Data, Storytelling, and Art for Bay Area Housing Justice” with Savannah Kilner and  Mary Shi, The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
Nov
4
12:05 PM12:05

Feminist Lecture Series:  “Data, Storytelling, and Art for Bay Area Housing Justice” with Savannah Kilner and  Mary Shi, The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project

Displacement operates through processes of both spatial exclusion and narrative erasure. By empowering and privileging the perspectives of those who most often have had their narratives ignored, invalidated, or erased, the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project's (AEMP) data analysis, data visualization, and storytelling work fights for spatial justice by combating displacement at both levels. Two long-term AEMP members, Savannah Kilner and Mary Shi, will discuss AEMP's work, methods, and current projects with particular focus on AEMP's forthcoming atlas of the Bay Area, Counterpoints. All of AEMP’s work is made publicly accessible, free of charge, at antievictionmap.com. The Feminist Lecture Series is part of the Women’s and Gender Studies Department’s Gender Studies Program Series and is made possible by funding from the SSU Instructionally Related Activities Program.

For more information, contact lober@sonoma.edu

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Copeland Creek Restoration
Nov
4
10:00 AM10:00

Copeland Creek Restoration

  • Meet at the GEP Garden Classroom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Copeland Creek Restoration is a JUMP Sustainability program where volunteers are restoring the natural flow and layout of SSU's on-campus creek. This work helps endangered fish populations such as salmon, to be able to travel up to their proper breeding ground with ease. Closed-toed shoes and clothing with good coverage are encouraged to avoid scratches and allergies. This event meets at the GEP garden classroom, which is next to the Children's School and ETC.

Questions? Email jump.sustain2@sonoma.edu

Sign up on OrgSync here.



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