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Copeland Creek Restoration
Oct
21
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: "Gender Inequality and New Social Movements in Palestine" with Amal Nazzal, Birzeit University
Oct
21
12:05 PM12:05

Feminist Lecture Series: "Gender Inequality and New Social Movements in Palestine" with Amal Nazzal, Birzeit University

This lecture brings Dr. Amal Nazzal to speak with our class from Birzeit University in the Occupied West Bank, Palestine, via video conference! Dr. Nazzal will discuss new social movements engaging education and consciousness-raising for freedom and justice in Palestine.

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
Oct
22
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
Oct
23
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
Oct
23
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: What Does Math Look Like Through a Social Justice Lens? with Kim Seashore, SFSU
Oct
23
3:45 PM15:45

The M*A*T*H Colloquium: What Does Math Look Like Through a Social Justice Lens? with Kim Seashore, SFSU

This talk, drawing on the work of Bill Tate, Eric Gutstein, and Cathy O'Neal, will discuss how math is intertwined with advancement of social justice in several different ways: How math is taught, how access to math education is granted and the access that math education provides to other fields, and how math can be used to either foster inequity or promote justice. We will do tasks that are both fun and highlight the ways that math can promote an equity agenda. Series supported by Instructionally-Related Activities Funds.

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

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Volunteer at the Campus Garden
Oct
24
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
Oct
24
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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Summer Orientation Leader and Interactive Theater Project Info Session
Oct
25
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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Copeland Creek Restoration
Oct
28
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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Volunteer at the Campus Garden
Oct
29
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
Oct
30
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
Oct
30
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: An Abundant Exploration Nick Dowdall
Oct
30
4:00 PM16:00

The M*A*T*H Colloquium: An Abundant Exploration Nick Dowdall

  What are abundant, deficient and perfect numbers and how do they behave? We will explore the abundance function and its mapping from N-->Z in the undergrad- uate-accessible talk.  Series supported by Instructionally-Related Activities Funds


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

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Volunteer at the Campus Garden
Oct
31
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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Food Not Bombs Service Day
Nov
3
3:00 PM15:00

Food Not Bombs Service Day

Join JUMP’s first day of Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week and spend your afternoon cooking and serving meals with Food Not Bombs in Santa Rosa! Food Not Bombs is an all volunteer grassroots movement working to serve free vegetarian food and protesting war and poverty that has existed for over 30 years. Volunteers will help the organization cook and serve meals and learn more about food insecurity in Sonoma County. 



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Campus Garden Day of Service
Nov
3
3:00 PM15:00

Campus Garden Day of Service

Join JUMP’s first day of Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week and spend a couple hours serving in Sonoma State’s own on-campus garden! This is a unique volunteer opportunity to learn more about sustainable practices in garden and food insecurity through our on campus garden. Volunteers can expect to tend garden beds and plants. Produce from our garden will be donated to our on-campus food pantry, Lobo’s Pantry. You can see the produce in one of our pop-up pantries happening on various days on campus.

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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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Volunteer at the Campus Garden
Nov
5
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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.

View Event →

Volunteer at the Campus Garden
Oct
17
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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The M*A*T*H Colloquium: Collegiate Mathematics Education Research Sampler with Shandy Hauk, SFSU
Oct
16
4:00 PM16:00

The M*A*T*H Colloquium: Collegiate Mathematics Education Research Sampler with Shandy Hauk, SFSU

This session is a sampler across four studies. First, are results of a recent examination of Khan Academy use in community college algebra. Then come preliminary findings from a study on flipped approaches to teaching calculus at institutions in the Cal State system. Early results from a third study, on a mini-course for faculty who teach future K-8 teachers, indicate there are special kinds of mathematical and cross-cultural knowledge needed for teaching future teachers. Finally, the collo- quium will dig deeply into a fourth area: how to build attention to equity and instructional responsiveness into mathematics graduate student preparation. Series supported by Instructionally-Related Activities Funds

Coffee, tea and cookies at 3:45 p.m.

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Copeland Creek Restoration
Oct
16
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

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Pathways To Teaching
Oct
16
12:00 PM12:00

Pathways To Teaching

Have you ever considered being teacher? Did you know some courses you are taking right now could waive some of the requirements to get into the credential program? Find out more!

Come to a short one hour session to learn about the benefits of a teaching career and funding available for you to enter the credential program here at SSU. This is a joint presentation between PUERTA, MESA, School of Education.


Free food and drinks!



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ASP: Campus Movie Fest Tabling
Oct
15
10:00 AM10:00

ASP: Campus Movie Fest Tabling

Campus Movie Fest is the world’s largest student film festival and SSU students get a chance to be a part of this amazing opportunity… and it is all FREE! If you are interested in more information, please come check out the Campus Movie Fest table or check out here for more information.

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Volunteer at the Campus Garden
Oct
15
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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Summer Orientation Leader and Interactive Theater Project Info Session
Oct
14
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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ASP: Campus Movie Fest Tabling
Oct
14
10:00 AM10:00

ASP: Campus Movie Fest Tabling

Campus Movie Fest is the world’s largest student film festival and SSU students get a chance to be a part of this amazing opportunity… and it is all FREE! If you are interested in more information, please come check out the Campus Movie Fest table or check out here for more information.

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Summer Orientation Leader and Interactive Theater Project Info Session
Oct
11
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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ASP: Campus Movie Fest Tabling
Oct
10
10:00 AM10:00

ASP: Campus Movie Fest Tabling

Campus Movie Fest is the world’s largest student film festival and SSU students get a chance to be a part of this amazing opportunity… and it is all FREE! If you are interested in more information, please come check out the Campus Movie Fest table or check out here for more information.

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The M*A*T*H Colloquium: Euclid and Euler: The Evolution of Number Theory with Phil Kutzko, University of Iowa/Math Alliance
Oct
9
4:00 PM16:00

The M*A*T*H Colloquium: Euclid and Euler: The Evolution of Number Theory with Phil Kutzko, University of Iowa/Math Alliance

When we who are working mathematicians carry out our duty of explaining mathematics to our students, we often forget how important it is to explain the way in which mathematicians think. This is by no means an entirely scientific matter and, in fact, there is a big cultural component to how we think about mathematics. If we neglect to discuss this component, we deprive our students of the “secrets” of our profession and then they must discover those secrets by themselves. And this is especially true if our students come from backgrounds where they have had little exposure to the dominant scientific culture and way of thinking. We will look at the question of whether or not there is an infinite number of prime numbers first from the point of view of Euclid and then from the much more technical and cultur- ally specific point of view of Euler. Series supported by Instructionally-Related Activities Funds

Coffee, tea and cookies at 3:45 p.m.

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Adulting 101: Presentation Hacks
Oct
8
6:00 PM18:00

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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ASP: Campus Movie Fest Tabling
Oct
8
10:00 AM10:00

ASP: Campus Movie Fest Tabling

Campus Movie Fest is the world’s largest student film festival and SSU students get a chance to be a part of this amazing opportunity… and it is all FREE! If you are interested in more information, please come check out the Campus Movie Fest table or check out here for more information.

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Surfrider & Friends Beach Clean-Up
Oct
4
1:00 PM13:00

Surfrider & Friends Beach Clean-Up

  • Meet at the Roundabout on the Backside of the Student Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Partnered with Associated Students and open to all SSU students! This will be an awesome opportunity to view our beautiful Sonoma Coast, partake in sustainable activism, meet other like-minded students and gain environmental volunteer experience in the process.

Including FREE charter bus transportation!

There is a limited number of seats. If you have any questions or would like to sign up for this event please call or email Tanner Marvel: (949) 351-9055 marvel@sonoma.edu or on SonomaSync.

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 The M*A*T*H Colloquium: Three Uncommon Messages About Mathematics That Every Student Should Know with Dan Meyer, DESMO
Oct
2
4:00 PM16:00

The M*A*T*H Colloquium: Three Uncommon Messages About Mathematics That Every Student Should Know with Dan Meyer, DESMO

Students often leave their K-12 mathematics education having internalized the false messages that math doesn't make sense and that they can't make sense of math until an adult explains it to them. We'll propose three messages to counter those false messages – math is POWER, that power makes SENSE, and students AL- READY HAVE that power – and discuss concrete strategies for helping students learn them. Series supported by Instructionally-Related Activities Funds

Coffee, cookies and tea at 3:45 p.m.

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Summer Orientation Leader and Interactive Theater Project Info Session
Oct
2
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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Study Away Information Meeting
Oct
1
3:30 PM15:30

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.

Monday, Sept. 30 at 12 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 2 at 3:30 p.m.

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Study Away Information Meeting
Sep
30
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.

Monday, Sept. 30 at 12 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 2 at 3:30 p.m.



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Surfin' The Big Blue
Sep
27
1:30 PM13:30

Surfin' The Big Blue

Student Involvement and Associated Student Productions present: Surfin’ The Big Blue! This beach themed event will be to support and cheer on the men’s and women’s soccer teams! There will be several booths to make posters, play games, and win prizes well as free shaved ice from Kona Ice! The first 75 people dressed up in beach gear or SSU gear will get a free newly custom made Noma Nation shirt! Don’t miss out and bring a friend to show your SSU pride and spirit!

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Latinx Community & Ally Lunch
Sep
27
12:00 PM12:00

Latinx Community & Ally Lunch

Come eat, celebrate, and connect with your peers, mentors, and colleagues and meet new people. All are welcome! We hope that you join us for this opportunity to connect with one another, build community, and support each other as we enter a new semester.

For more information, email:  theHUB@sonoma.edu.



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 The M*A*T*H Colloquium:  What Even Are Fractals? With Andrea Arauza Rivera, CSUEB
Sep
25
4:00 PM16:00

The M*A*T*H Colloquium: What Even Are Fractals? With Andrea Arauza Rivera, CSUEB

We will begin with a "you know it when you see it" introduction to fractal sets. For many years mathematicians avoided working with fractals and referred to them as the "monsters" of mathematics. Recently, however, mathematicians have begun to explore fractals, as they can be used to describe the chaotic nature of the real world. We will embark on a historical journey where we'll meet important mathematicians who study fractal sets and on the way we will explore some of the basic properties that make fractals so monstrous. Series supported by Instructionally-Related Activities Funds

Coffee, tea & cookies at 3:45 p.m.

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Study Away Information Meeting
Sep
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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