Joyce Lopes, Vice President for Administration and Finance and Chief Financial Officer, informs the campus community of the California Department of Public Health's new guidelines for gatherings and travel during this holiday season.
Karen Moranski and Joyce Lopes discuss The Sonoma State 2020-21 Continuity Planning Group's process and progress while planning for the Spring 2021 semester.
Karen Moranski and Joyce Lopes invite the campus community to view the Virtual Groundbreaking of Stevenson Hall while recognizing the impact Stevenson Hall has had on our history and the important role it will play in our future.
The CSU Office of the Chancellor informs the campus community about a systemwide webinar taking place on November 17, hosted by the Basic Needs Initiative at the Chancellor's Office.
ee Swicegood, Lieutenant of the University Police Department, warns the campus community of several reports of a coyote spotted on the Sonoma State University campus and provides important safety information.
President Judy K. Sakaki congratulates members of the campus community who were elected to office, encourages future Seawolves to apply to Sonoma State, praises campus community member recognition, discusses Native American Heritage Month, and touches on what's to come in the coming weeks.
Tyson Hill, Senior Director for Risk Management and Safety Services, reminds employees of opportunities to access space on campus before the holiday and winter breaks and campus closure.
Jestina Casas in IT Engagement and Communications updates the campus community about a recent increase in reported cyber attack incidents and phishing attempts and the email changes that are happening in response.
Julia Gonzalez, AVP for Strategic Communications, informs the Sonoma State University community of a week-long celebration November 2 – 8, culminating in a national day of celebration on Sunday, November 8, as this date marks the signing of the Higher Education Act of 1965, recognizing the experience of First-Gen students and their families.
Karen Moranski, Interim Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs , informs Sonoma State University faculty, staff, and students that after a three-day virtual review, the site team from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing recommended full accreditation for the School of Education.