Preserving Cultural Heritage: Anthropological Studies Center Receives Governor’s Award with Caltrans and Kashaya Pomo Tribe
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Preserving Cultural Heritage: Anthropological Studies Center Receives Governor’s Award with Caltrans and Kashaya Pomo Tribe

After receiving an award from the Governor’s office, Sonoma State University’s Anthropological Studies Center is being hailed as a model for government agencies in preserving Native American cultural heritage in other states and at the federal level. Along with Caltrans and the Kashaya Pomo tribe, the Center has received the 2016 Governor’s Historic Preservation Award … 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

Sonoma State University Participates in Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week
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Sonoma State University Participates in Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week

With the giving season right around the corner, Sonoma State University is giving back to the community during Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week on campus Nov. 7-9. “Many people in our own local community struggle with hunger or lack of housing,” says Casey Elbert, a leader of campus club Join Us Making Progress (JUMP), which … Continue reading