Environmental Studies Professor Laura Watt Publishes Book About Evolving Landscapes in Point Reyes
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Environmental Studies Professor Laura Watt Publishes Book About Evolving Landscapes in Point Reyes

A new book by Sonoma State University Environmental Studies and Planning Professor Laura Watt is coming to bookshelves Nov. 29. “The Paradox of Preservation” is the story of landscape preservation of Point Reyes and what the idea of wilderness really means.   “We are told humans are the problem and are so destructive that there … Continue reading

SSU Professor Mariana G. Martinez Wins Seat on SRJC Board of Trustees
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SSU Professor Mariana G. Martinez Wins Seat on SRJC Board of Trustees

Sonoma State University Professor Dr. Mariana G. Martinez has won a seat on the Santa Rosa Junior College Board of Trustees, garnering the most votes running against two incumbents. Martinez will represent the 3-4-5 district, which covers Rohnert Park, Cotati, most of Santa Rosa and several areas of unincorporated Sonoma County.Martinez (27,179 votes, 34.3 percent) … Continue reading

SSU Children’s School Director Lia Thompson-Clark Receives Award from 4C’s of Sonoma County
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SSU Children’s School Director Lia Thompson-Clark Receives Award from 4C’s of Sonoma County

Sonoma State University Children’s School Director Lia Thompson-Clark received the Champions for Children award from the Community Child Care Council (4C’s) of Sonoma County last week for her work in the field of early childhood education. “Lia Thompson-Clark has been a gracious and consistent leader in our early education community,” says Melissa Nelson, a Master … Continue reading

International Education Week Showcases Diversity of Global Cultures on Campus
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International Education Week Showcases Diversity of Global Cultures on Campus

Sonoma State University is bringing the global experience to students on campus. International Education Week, Nov. 14-17, showcases a celebration of different cultures from around the world. “Showcasing diversity is important because our world is flatter every day and California’s borders do not lead to the end of the earth,” says Robert Eyler, Dean of … Continue reading