Spotlight

Kim Mieder conducting
Music Education Program News!
February 23, 2021

February has been a very busy month for the Music Education Program!  Dr. Kim Mieder, along with some music education students, were presenters for several clinics and exhibits at the recent California All-State Music Education Conference.

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A & H Faculty Commemorate Black History Month in the Classroom
February 12, 2021

Across the School of Arts & Humanities our faculty have been commemorating Black History Month by engaging students in works by Black scholars and artists.

Scott Horstein, Director of Theater Studies Program, develops plays online
February 4, 2021

The theaters may be closed, but theater artists continue to find new and innovative ways to create theater during these pandemic times.

Spanish Professor Jeffrey Reeder volunteers as a translator for the UN
February 2, 2021

Spanish professor and department chair Jeffrey Tadór Reeder is a volunteer translator for the United Nations.

Jennifer Bethke
SSU Art Gallery's recent exhibit featured in the Press Democrat
January 29, 2021

Art leaders figure out a way to take art lovers outdoors.

Gina Baleria
Gina Baleria weighs in on current job market trends
January 28, 2021

What can aspiring graduates do to start off their careers in an uncertain economic climate?

Dr. Liz Burch
Dr. Elizabeth Burch's recent article
January 28, 2021

Dr. Elizabeth Burch, COMS professor publishes article. 

Dr. Michael Ezra
Journal of Civil and Human Rights at Sonoma State University
January 26, 2021

Nearly a decade ago, Michael Ezra, Professor of American Multicultural Studies at Sonoma State University, wondered why there was yet no academic journal devoted scholarship on the 1950s and 1960s civil rights movement and related freedom struggles. 

Dr. Robert Train
Dr. Robert Train publishes a paper in The Journal of Critical Multilingualism Studies
January 25, 2021

Robert Train, Professor of Spanish/Modern Languages & Literatures,  recently published a paper entitled “Contesting Regimes of Variation: Critical Groundwork for Pedagogies of Mobile Experience and Restorative Justice” in the open access online journal Critical Multilingualism Studies .

Author Anne Goldman
Dr. Anne Goldman's Q & A in the Georgia Review
January 22, 2021

Dr. Anne Goldman’s new essay collection, Stargazing in the Atomic Age, is now out from Georgia Review Books, an imprint of the University of Georgia Press.

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