Rosemarie Kingfisher
Theater Arts & Dance Alum Rosemarie Kingfisher
September 18, 2020

The Sonoma State Theatre Department provided me with the most amazing foundation for creating opportunities for myself as an actor in the Bay Area. I felt absolutely lost in my junior year when graduation became more of a reality. I was a first generation Native American college student– I didn’t know what I wanted to do, I only knew that I had chosen an acting major to study for 4 years because I loved theatre. The Theatre Department held me through incredibly traumatic events that I was victim to at SSU. Person Theatre and Ives are where I felt safe; I am forever grateful for the faculty that continue to be mentors and support me in my career today.

Gina Baleria
Gina Baleria, Ed.D., Writes Article on Rethinking Objectivity in Journalism
September 18, 2020

Gina Baleria, Ed.D., Writes Article on Rethinking Objectivity in Journalism 

Dr. Kim Mieder conducting music
Dr. Kim Mieder Writes Article on Best Strategies for Music Practice
September 11, 2020

Check out Dr. Mieder's informative piece for advice on best practice strategies, for students to practice on their own at home.

Forms of Contention book cover
Dr. Hollis Robbins releases new book "Forms of Contention: Influence and the African American Sonnet Tradition." Read the interview here.
September 2, 2020

Dr. Anne Goldman, Professor of American Literature and Creative Writing at Sonoma State University interviews Dr. Hollis Robbins, Dean of Arts & Humanities at Sonoma State University, about her new book.

Robert Train SSU Professor
Robert Train, Modern Languages Professor, appointed to PMLA
August 11, 2020

Robert Train (Spanish/Modern Languages & Literatures) has been appointed by the Executive Council of the Modern Language Association (MLA) to serve on the Advisory Committee to MLA’s flagship journal, PMLA, for a three-year term, from July 2020 through June 2023

Emily Acosta Lewis
Emily Acosta Lewis Launches COVID-19 Service Learning Project
July 31, 2020

A joint effort between SSU's Center for Community Engagement and the Sonoma County Libraries engages students in Service Learning

Kim Hester Williams
Sonoma Magazine Features Christina Baker and Kim Hester Williams!
July 16, 2020

Dr. Baker and Dr. Hester Williams share their expertise as well as provide recommendations of Black literature and film in an effort to develop empathy and understanding for Black Lives Matter protests and racism in America.

Sena Clara Creston
Meet our new Art Studio faculty member, Sena Clara Creston
July 20, 2020

Sena Clara Creston shares a bit about her recent fascinating interactive art projects which incorporate the many talents she brings to our Sonoma State Arts program.

Suzanne Toczyski
Arts & Humanities Faculty Research in the time of COVID-19
June 16, 2020

Suzanne Toczyski, Professor of French, shares her insights on the affects of the pandemic as it relates to her ongoing research of Bishop Francis de Sales.

Mike Ezra
Faculty Spotlight
June 4, 2020

American Multicultural Studies Professor, Dr. Mike Ezra shares his perspective on the protests and how it relates to his work on Muhammad Ali in three different media platforms.