Point Reyes Backpacking
Nov
16
to Nov 18

Point Reyes Backpacking

Registration deadline: 11/9 at midnight
Cost: $50 for students, $40 for staff and $50 for the public

Head out to Point Reyes National Seashore and see why this local treat is a staple for any outdoor enthusiast. Backpack along this tucked away stretch of beautiful California coast and take in the green forests of moss, foggy beaches, and unique wildlife.

Level: Beginner

For more information, visit the website.

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    Outdoor Pursuits Trip: Armstrong Redwoods Day Hike
    Nov
    17
    9:00 AM09:00

    Outdoor Pursuits Trip: Armstrong Redwoods Day Hike

    Registration deadline: 11/9 at midnight
    Cost: $5 for students, $5 for staff and $10 for the public

    Spend a relaxing day hiking through this grove of towering Redwoods nestled in the hills above Guerneville. For all you Star Wars fans, it will remind you of the forests of Endor! 

    Level: Beginner

    For more information, visit the website.

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      DIG INTO NATURE: Natural History Hikes
      Nov
      17
      10:00 AM10:00

      DIG INTO NATURE: Natural History Hikes

      Take advantage of the healing powers of nature, while exploring diverse ecosystems on Sonoma Mountain. The Naturalist Training Program prepares university students and community members to lead guided tours focusing on natural history and local environmental processes. Please join us for the learning experience!

      To sign up, visit the Center for Environmental Inquiry website.

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      DIG INTO NATURE: World of Mushrooms
      Nov
      17
      1:00 PM13:00

      DIG INTO NATURE: World of Mushrooms

      Mushrooms can be delicious, but they can also be deadly. It pays to know which ones are which! This six-part mycology course will bring you into the world of these awe-inspiring fungi and send you out an expert (or at least more knowledgeable).

      To sign up, visit the Center for Environmental Inquiry website.

       

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      Music from the New World: “Seminario”
      Nov
      17
      7:30 PM19:30

      Music from the New World: “Seminario”

      The Sonoma State Symphony Orchestra will be collaborating with four El Sistema-based music education programs: the Santa Rosa Symphony's Simply Strings program, Enriching Lives through Music (ELM) from Marin, Valley Vibes (from Sonoma), and the California Symphony's Sound Minds program. The grand finale will feature all five groups in a side-by-side performance of "Mambo" and "Somewhere" from Bernstein's "West Side Story."

      For more information, visit the website.


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      Student Peer Advising Pop-Up Advising
      Nov
      19
      11:00 AM11:00

      Student Peer Advising Pop-Up Advising

      • Outside of University Library (Near Clock Tower) (map)
      • Google Calendar ICS

      Why stress about registration when you can visit SPA—Student Peer Advising (SPA) is hosting pop-up advising to help students prepare for registration. Several undeclared and major advisors will be available to answer all questions.

      FREE Yerba Mate will be handed out to those who participate!


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      Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) Meeting
      Nov
      19
      12:00 PM12:00

      Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) Meeting

      • Student Health Center Conference Room (map)
      • Google Calendar ICS

      SHAC is a student group that assists and advises the Student Health Center by identifying campus health-related issues and expressing student perspectives. SHAC’s guidance and interactions help publicize and enhance the quality of Health Center services as well as the health and wellbeing of the campus community. Membership is open to all regularly enrolled SSU Students and is intended to be widely representative of the student body.

      Students interested in more information or wishing to join SHAC are encouraged to call the Student Health Center at 707 664-2921, sign up on Org Sync, and/or come to a SHAC meeting.

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      Student Peer Advising Pop-Up Advising
      Nov
      20
      11:00 AM11:00

      Student Peer Advising Pop-Up Advising

      • Outside of University Library (Near Clock Tower) (map)
      • Google Calendar ICS

      Why stress about registration when you can visit SPA—Student Peer Advising (SPA) is hosting pop-up advising to help students prepare for registration. Several undeclared and major advisors will be available to answer all questions.

      FREE Yerba Mate will be handed out to those who participate!


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      Transgender Day of Remembrance
      Nov
      27
      6:00 PM18:00

      Transgender Day of Remembrance

      Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR), traditionally observed on November 20, honors the memory of those whose lives were lost in acts of anti-trans violence. Join the HUB and SSU’s Queer Student Alliance as we take this time to pay our respects to the people we’ve lost this year and raise awareness about the dangers that transphobia poses to the trans community.


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      Navigating Diversity, Equity and Exclusivity at a 21st Century Public University: It Takes a Campus
      Nov
      28
      10:00 AM10:00

      Navigating Diversity, Equity and Exclusivity at a 21st Century Public University: It Takes a Campus

      Learn the skills needed to promote diversity at Sonoma State. Guest speaker Reverend Dr, Jamie Washington will be leading a session teaching leaders how to create a more inclusive campus community to prepare the next generation of leaders.

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      Math and Statistics Lecture Series: Metacognition and the Problem-Solving Process. How do Mathematicians do Math?
      Nov
      28
      3:45 PM15:45

      Math and Statistics Lecture Series: Metacognition and the Problem-Solving Process. How do Mathematicians do Math?

      Metacognition and the Problem-Solving Process. How do Mathematicians do Math? Abigail Higgins, Sacramento State University

      Mathematicians are widely regarded as expert problem-solvers. But their ability to solve problems is not innate; it was honed over several years of practice. Together, we will consider different problem-solving practices employed by mathematicians, discuss strategic applications of these mathematical habits, and practice applying these strategies to new problems.

      Enjoy tea and cookies at the Math and Statistics Lecture Series every Wednesday at 4PM.

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      Letters to Queer Incarcerated Folks
      Nov
      28
      5:00 PM17:00

      Letters to Queer Incarcerated Folks

      Queer incarcerated folks face a unique set of circumstances while imprisoned. Please join The HUB and the Queer Student Alliance in helping to support this community through letters of support, affirmation, and care. Visit the Black and Pink website for more details and please bring a device that you can access the internet on. We will provide everything else you need, including hot drinks and snacks!


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      Fall Dance '18
      Nov
      29
      to Dec 2

      Fall Dance '18

      Join SSU student dance artists as they explore, create and perform original works across a broad range of dance genres - including hip-hop, jazz, lyrical, contemporary and ballet. 

      Directed by Kristen Daley * SSU Students FREE * Get tickets at the Student Center Ticket Desk or online at the Box Office website.

      November 29 @ 7:30pm
      November 30 @ 7:30pm
      December 1 @ 2:00pm
      December 1 @ 6:30pm
      December 2 @ 2:00pm
      December 2 @ 6:30pm
       

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      DIG INTO NATURE: Mushroom Blitz
      Dec
      1
      10:00 AM10:00

      DIG INTO NATURE: Mushroom Blitz

      Join our Sonoma State University mycology students as we investigate the wide variety of mushrooms found across the stunning landscape of the Osborn Preserve. We’ll venture into the forest to identify, photograph and catalog our discoveries using the iNaturalist app for inclusion in the preserve’s fungal species list.

      To sign up, visit the Center for Environmental Inquiry website.

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      DIG INTO NATURE: Natural History Hikes
      Dec
      1
      10:00 AM10:00

      DIG INTO NATURE: Natural History Hikes

      Take advantage of the healing powers of nature, while exploring diverse ecosystems on Sonoma Mountain. The Naturalist Training Program prepares university students and community members to lead guided tours focusing on natural history and local environmental processes. Please join us for the learning experience!

      To sign up, visit the Center for Environmental Inquiry website.

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      DIG INTO NATURE: World of Mushrooms
      Dec
      1
      1:00 PM13:00

      DIG INTO NATURE: World of Mushrooms

      Mushrooms can be delicious, but they can also be deadly. It pays to know which ones are which! This six-part mycology course will bring you into the world of these awe-inspiring fungi and send you out an expert (or at least more knowledgeable).

      To sign up, visit the Center for Environmental Inquiry website.

       

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      Scene It Movie ft. Crazy Rich Asians
      Dec
      1
      9:00 PM21:00

      Scene It Movie ft. Crazy Rich Asians

      The story follows Rachel Chu (Wu), an American-born Chinese economics professor, who travels to her boyfriend Nick's (Golding) hometown of Singapore for his best friend's wedding. Before long, his secret is out: Nick is from a family that is impossibly wealthy, he's perhaps the most eligible bachelor in Asia, and every single woman in his ultra-rarefied social class is incredibly jealous of Rachel and wants to bring her down. Starring Constance Wu, Michelle Yeoh and Henry Golding.

       

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      SHAC Doggy Play Day
      Dec
      3
      11:00 AM11:00

      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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      Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) Meeting
      Dec
      3
      12:00 PM12:00

      Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) Meeting

      • Student Health Center Conference Room (map)
      • Google Calendar ICS

      SHAC is a student group that assists and advises the Student Health Center by identifying campus health-related issues and expressing student perspectives. SHAC’s guidance and interactions help publicize and enhance the quality of Health Center services as well as the health and wellbeing of the campus community. Membership is open to all regularly enrolled SSU Students and is intended to be widely representative of the student body.

      Students interested in more information or wishing to join SHAC are encouraged to call the Student Health Center at 707 664-2921, sign up on Org Sync, and/or come to a SHAC meeting.

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      Social Justice Film and Discussion, featuring Crazy, Rich Asians
      Dec
      3
      5:30 PM17:30

      Social Justice Film and Discussion, featuring Crazy, Rich Asians

      The story follows Rachel Chu (Wu), an American-born Chinese economics professor, who travels to her boyfriend Nick's (Golding) hometown of Singapore for his best friend's wedding.

      Join us as we watch, enjoy FREE Pizza, and discuss the film afterwards with Ed Lee, an Asian Writer and Director. Ed will talk with us about being Asian in Hollywood, Asian representation in Hollywood and Why this particular film is so significant.


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      Red Flag Display
      Dec
      4
      to Dec 6

      Red Flag Display

      This display represents the direct effects of alcohol use, abuse and misuse among college aged students around the country and right here at SSU!  We are hoping to get our community thinking about the 1824 college aged students that die each year from alcohol related incidents, the choices they make, about intervening with friends who might be in trouble and about about SAVING OUR SEAWOLVES!


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      Save A Seawolf Alcohol Awareness Week Crashed Car Display
      Dec
      4
      to Dec 6

      Save A Seawolf Alcohol Awareness Week Crashed Car Display

      We will have a car from an actual alcohol related accident on display in the Salazar Plaza. Surrounding the car will be messages about drinking and driving, as well as stories and picture boards about college students around the country who have died from drinking and driving. We will also have tabling at the crashed car daily with information about Save a Seawolf,  and will create another display where community members can commit to not drinking and driving.

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      Arrive Alive Drunk and Distracted Simulator
      Dec
      4
      10:00 AM10:00

      Arrive Alive Drunk and Distracted Simulator

      UNITE’s Arrive Alive Tour® program uses a high-tech simulator, impact video, and a number of other resources to educate the public about the dangers of texting while driving, intoxicated and driving while under the influence of marijuana. The simulator allows participants to experience the potential consequences of distracted and impaired driving in a controlled environment.

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      It's A Guy Thing: Redefining Masculinity
      Dec
      5
      6:00 PM18:00

      It's A Guy Thing: Redefining Masculinity

      What does it mean to be a man? Every month, these casual meetings are for all Sonoma State University students (no matter your gender) to talk, share ideas, discuss challenges, responsibility and advantages of being a man in today's society.

      Attendees will be entered into a raffle for prizes

      Questions? Email: itsaguything@gmail.com

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      Get Out To The Green: Navidad Mexicana with Mariachi Reyna de Los Angeles
      Dec
      8
      7:30 PM19:30

      Get Out To The Green: Navidad Mexicana with Mariachi Reyna de Los Angeles

      !Que Vivan Las Mujeres! Mariachi Reyna de Los Angeles® brings the spirit of the Holidays through the historic art of mariachi to the Green Music Center. In a musical landscape where songs are often written by men, from male perspectives, Reyna has created its own history as America’s first all-female mariachi ensemble, blazing the trail for female mariachi musicians. Be one of the first to email mo.phillips@sonoma.edu for a free ticket and dessert after the show!


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      Long Night Against Procrastination
      Dec
      10
      to Dec 11

      Long Night Against Procrastination

      • University Library, Schulz 1121 (map)
      • Google Calendar ICS

      Register to attend an 8-hour-long study marathon hosted by the University Library. Kick off your finals week right by tackling your project deadlines and exams in a supportive, private, and intimate space. Work alongside fellow students in a study-intensive space and keep each other on-task and accountable for studying & finishing final projects.

      During the Long Night Against Procrastination, students will enjoy all the comforts and services the University Library can provide: a quiet room, access to research librarians, subject tutoring, writing help, brain food, periodic de-stress activities, and a never-ending flow of coffee and tea.

      Space is limited to 45 students. See the full schedule of events and register today via the link.


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      Siblings Weekend
      Feb
      22
      to Feb 24

      Siblings Weekend

      Sibling's Weekend provides an opportunity for our students (on and off campus) to invite their little brothers, sisters, cousins or neighbors to campus for the weekend. There will be activities to keep kids of all ages entertained with movies, crafts, tickets for athletic events, theater productions, video tournaments, karaoke and more!  

      FRIDAY

      Registration 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in Weyden + Brewster

      Crafts, Pizza and more!

      SATURDAY

      Afternoon Sibling Weekend activities in the Residence Halls

      SSU sporting events

      Big screen movie and pizza party

      SUNDAY

      Time on your own and travel day

      Sign up via the link. Please email Mo Phillips with any further questions at phillipm@sonoma.edu.

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      Bitter Brown Femmes: Community, Activism, and Self-Care
      Nov
      15
      5:00 PM17:00

      Bitter Brown Femmes: Community, Activism, and Self-Care

      Join us for a lecture and discussion hosted by the podcast duo, Xicanisma and Queer Xicano Chisme. They're known for tackling social, political, emotional and community issues and advocating for marginalized folks.

      SSU students are $5 and guests are $7. Everyone is welcome. For more information, email davilag@sonoma.edu. For tickets, go to the Info and Tickets Desk at the Student Center or visit the website.

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      Reading the Revolution: Prison Abolition
      Nov
      15
      5:00 PM17:00

      Reading the Revolution: Prison Abolition

      What can visionary fiction teach us about creating more just worlds? For this program, we'll read and discuss short stories from Octavia’s Brood about prison, detention centers, prison colonies, and the like to better understand the impact of incarceration on our communities. You can find the stories via the link, but you don’t have to read them in advance to participate! We'll paint, draw, write, and otherwise envision what our world, our communities, our lives would look like without prisons. Bring yourselves, your curiosity, and your imaginations. Let's make a better world together.

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      International Education Week: Research Day
      Nov
      15
      12:00 PM12:00

      International Education Week: Research Day

      • International Hall, Alexander Valley Room (map)
      • Google Calendar ICS

      Many of our faculty have international experience and expertise on a range of international matters. Hear from SSU faculty on a number of international topics, from immigration, to the European Union. For more information, visit the website.

      12-1pm: Faculty Lecture, “Geology students learn the cold, hard facts... on a Canadian glacier,” Alexander Valley Room

      3-4pm: FLTA Lecture, “#Balancetonporc, the French version of #MeToo (A different reaction to the same problem),” Sonoma Valley Room

      4-5pm: IEW Reception and Phi Beta Delta (PBD) Induction Ceremony, Ballroom B

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      Prison Literature to an Arabic-Speaking Imaginary: from Pop Media to Political-Prisoners Abolition featuring Miriam Gabriel
      Nov
      15
      9:30 AM09:30

      Prison Literature to an Arabic-Speaking Imaginary: from Pop Media to Political-Prisoners Abolition featuring Miriam Gabriel

      Maryam Mohammed Imam (also Miriam Michael Gabriel) is a scholar, poet, and part-time witch. She earned her masters in Middle Eastern Studies from the City University of New York, focusing on Arab cinema and post-Ottoman gender and race. Most of her poetry practice as an adult was on the backs of books and napkins. Maryam has been writing and performing poetry since her childhood in Egypt. She now teaches Science at a non-profit, majority-poc high school in Portland, OR, and has been working on her first sci-fi novel for the past year.


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      Math and Statistics Lecture Series: Apportionment and Gerrymandering
      Nov
      14
      3:45 PM15:45

      Math and Statistics Lecture Series: Apportionment and Gerrymandering

      Apportionment and Gerrymandering by Emille Lawrence, University of San Francisco

      The United States Census Bureau will conduct its next census in the year 2020, but why is this decennial count so important? We will look at several different methods of apportionment that have been used over the years and some of the paradoxes that can arise therefrom. We will also discuss gerrymandering (the redrawing of district lines for ulterior motives) and some different measures for a district’s “compactness”.

      Enjoy tea and cookies at the Math and Statistics Lecture Series every Wednesday at 4PM.

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      Cooking Class with Executive Chef Don Cortes
      Nov
      14
      2:00 PM14:00

      Cooking Class with Executive Chef Don Cortes

      Led by Executive Chef Don Cortes, this free one-pot cooking series teaches the basics of creating a healthy yet quick meal. The featured lesson menu includes: Sweet Potato Frittata and Orange Fennel Salad. All ingredients and kitchen utensils will be provided, and attendees take home a custom apron.

      The last day to register is November 11. Spots are limited—sign up via the link.


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      International Education Week: Culture Day
      Nov
      14
      12:00 PM12:00

      International Education Week: Culture Day

      • International Hall, Alexander Valley Room (map)
      • Google Calendar ICS

      Meet international students as they explore the cultural nuances of studying at an American university. Participate in open discussions and activities! For more information, visit the website.

      12-1pm: Coffee & Culture, IH 106

      1-2pm: Global Poster Presentations, Alexander Valley Room

      2-3pm: Sonoma County Taiko Workshop, GMC Weil Hall (tentative)

      3-4pm: Language Bites, Alexander Valley Room


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      ASP Presents: Culture Fest
      Nov
      13
      6:00 PM18:00

      ASP Presents: Culture Fest

      Come and join NAK, Sigma Pi Alpha Sorority Inc, Students for Sustainability, QSA, FAASSU, BSU, TRIBE, MEChA de SSU, MALCS de SSU, and Ballet Folklorico de Sonoma for a night full of culture, color, food, fun and knowledge. ASP is providing a space that students can come and celebrate all things that one’s culture has to offer etc.

      Email any questions or anticipated accommodations in advance of the program by November 5 to asp.expressive@sonoma.edu and keep up with us on Instagram @sonomastate_as.


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      Social Justice Film Series: Snowpiercer
      Nov
      13
      5:30 PM17:30

      Social Justice Film Series: Snowpiercer

      Set in 2031, the entire world is frozen except for those aboard the Snowpiercer. For 17 years, the world's survivors are on a train hurtling around the globe creating their own economy and class system. Led by Curtis, a group of lower-class citizens living in squalor at the back of the train are determined to get to the front of the train and spread the wealth around. Each section of the train holds new surprises for the group who have to battle their way through. A revolution is underway.

      Join us as we watch, enjoy FREE Pizza, and discuss the film afterwards.


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      Black & …Undocumented
      Nov
      13
      12:00 PM12:00

      Black & …Undocumented

      Come join the HUB as we have a conversation about Blackness, broadly speaking. This  month, we’ll discuss what it means to be Black and Undocumented. What is the impact of criminalization, over-policing, and hyper-surveillance on our Black and Undocumented community? It’s a brown bag discussion so please bring your lunch.

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      International Education Week: Study Away Day
      Nov
      13
      12:00 PM12:00

      International Education Week: Study Away Day

      • International Hall, Alexander Valley Room (map)
      • Google Calendar ICS

      Learn about the various international programs offered at SSU and meet the people who can help you go abroad. For more information, visit the website.

      12-1pm: World of Work: Global & Intercultural Fluency & Your Career, IH 106
      1-2pm: Work, Intern, Volunteer Abroad (WIVA) Info Session, IH 106
      2-3pm: Peace Corps Info Session, IH 106
      3-4pm: Financing Your Experience Abroad Info Session, IH 106
      4-6pm: GoGlobal! Fest, Alexander Valley Room


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      DIG INTO NATURE: Poetry for a Changing Landscape
      Nov
      11
      2:00 PM14:00

      DIG INTO NATURE: Poetry for a Changing Landscape

      Join Sonoma County’s Poet Laureate, Maya Khosla, for an afternoon exploring the land and responding to it on the page. We will hike, reflect and share short works in a supportive environment. A special focus will be given to the surrounding natural areas now in the early stages of regeneration, which began shortly after the October 2017 fires.

      To sign up, visit the Center for Environmental Inquiry website.

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      Outdoor Pursuits Trip: Joshua Tree Camping & Bouldering
      Nov
      9
      to Nov 12

      Outdoor Pursuits Trip: Joshua Tree Camping & Bouldering

      • Joshua Tree National Park (map)
      • Google Calendar ICS

      Registration deadline: 11/2 at midnight
      Cost: $130 for students, $90 for staff and $150 for the public

      Join Outdoor Pursuits on this expedition of a lifetime! Take the holiday weekend to explore the beautiful landscapes of Joshua Tree National Park. Named after the elusive Joshua Tree, a symbol of hope, the park brings together the high and lower desert plants and animals of the Mojave and Colorado/Sonoran deserts. Weave through the boulders of Hidden Valley to take in the irreplaceable desert sunset. This epic adventure is one you will never forget.

      Level: Beginner

        For more information, visit the website.

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        Embodied Consent: Feel What You Want, Ask for What You Want
        Nov
        8
        5:00 PM17:00

        Embodied Consent: Feel What You Want, Ask for What You Want

        In this playful workshop we’ll use interactive, somatic exercises to deepen your connection to your own body and desires.  By the end of the workshop you’ll have both a deeper understanding of what you want (and what you don’t) and an increased ability to communicate that to your partner.  Come get intimate with your nervous system and increase your capacity for pleasure!

        This workshop is open to people of all genders and sexual orientations.  Touch is not required for any of the exercises.


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        40 by 40: The 40th Anniversary Exhibition
        Nov
        8
        4:00 PM16:00

        40 by 40: The 40th Anniversary Exhibition

        November 9 – December 9, 2018; opening reception: Thursday, November 1, 4-6 pm, free and open to the public.

        Since opening in the Art Building on the SSU campus in 1978, the University Art Gallery has organized over 200 exhibitions, published dozens of catalogues and brochures, and presented an equal number of lectures and panel discussions featuring regional, national, and internationally recognized artists.  40 by 40: The 40th Anniversary Exhibition will feature one work each by 40 significant artists whose work has been exhibited in the Art Gallery since its founding, along with displays documenting the rich—and ongoing—history of the SSU Art Gallery.  The exhibition will be accompanied by an illustrated catalogue.

        Themes: modern art, contemporary art, museum and gallery practice
         

         

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        2nd Annual National First-Generation College Student Celebration
        Nov
        8
        11:15 AM11:15

        2nd Annual National First-Generation College Student Celebration

        Please join us for the 2nd annual First-Generation College Student Celebration! This year’s event will include a celebratory parade at 11:15am from International Hall to the Student Center and will convene at 12:00pm to 2:30pm in Ballroom A for a speakers event, including a welcome address by President Sakaki. While we have scheduled speakers, including faculty, staff, and students, there will be an open mic opportunity for anyone who wants to share about their First-Gen experience.

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        It's A Guy Thing: Redefining Masculinity
        Nov
        7
        6:00 PM18:00

        It's A Guy Thing: Redefining Masculinity

        What does it mean to be a man? Every month, these casual meetings are for all Sonoma State University students (no matter your gender) to talk, share ideas, discuss challenges, responsibility and advantages of being a man in today's society.

        Attendees will be entered into a raffle for prizes

        Questions? Email: itsaguything@gmail.com

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        Dinner Table Talk: Kindred by Octavia Butler
        Nov
        7
        6:00 PM18:00

        Dinner Table Talk: Kindred by Octavia Butler

        • University Library, Schulz 3001 (map)
        • Google Calendar ICS

        Join us for dinner and a discussion of Octavia Butler's groundbreaking novel, Kindred. First published in 1979, Kindred explores a number of questions about the legacy of slavery in the United States, gender, race, and power, historical memory and trauma, and the meaning of freedom through a fascinating combination of time travel story and slave narrative.

        Kindred has been widely acclaimed since its publication and remains one of Butler's most popular novels. Come to Schulz 3001 at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 for (free!) dinner and conversation. All are welcome.


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        Math and Statistics Lecture Series: Statistical Applications in Extreme Weather and Climate Research
        Nov
        7
        3:45 PM15:45

        Math and Statistics Lecture Series: Statistical Applications in Extreme Weather and Climate Research

        Statistical Applications in Extreme Weather and Climate Research by Jose Hernandez Ayala, Sonoma State University

        This talk will focus on exploring multiple statistical applications in extreme weather and climate research that include the use of multiple correlation tests, linear regression models, spatial interpolation techniques, principal component analysis, spatial overlay analysis and extreme value analysis.

        Enjoy tea and cookies at the Math and Statistics Lecture Series every Wednesday at 4PM.

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        Salary Negotiation Workshop
        Nov
        6
        5:00 PM17:00

        Salary Negotiation Workshop

        • Sonoma Valley Room, Student Center (map)
        • Google Calendar ICS

        Facilitated by Laurel McCabe, Professor of Psychology

        In this FREE two-hour salary negotiation workshop, learn how to confidently and successfully negotiate your salary and benefits packages. Gain confidence in your negotiation style through facilitated discussion and role-playing. Students from any local institution are welcome to attend with a student email address and ID.

        Register the event via the link, and visit the AAUW Start Smart website for more information.

        Hosted by the Sonoma State University Career Center


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        Library Design Sessions
        Nov
        6
        2:30 PM14:30

        Library Design Sessions

        The Jean and Charles Schulz Information Center wants to hear from you! Share your thoughts on preliminary design elements for the Library as envisioned by architectural firm Noll & Tam.  All visionaries, SSU students, faculty, staff, and managers are welcome. Please RSVP to one of the four offered sessions by Friday, November 9 via the link. For questions, contact library@sonoma.edu.

        Here’s what we’re serving at each library design session: 

        10 – 11 am Tuesday, November 13 (donuts, fruit, and coffee/tea)

        11:30 – 12:30 pm Tuesday, November 13 (pizza and beverages)

        1-2 pm Wednesday, November 14 (cookies and coffee/tea)

        2:30-3:30 pm Wednesday, November 14 (assorted sweets and fruit, coffee/tea)

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