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 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, Professor of French, shares her insights on the affects of the pandemic as it relates to her ongoing research of Bishop Francis de Sales.
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.
From the 2020 American Educational Research Association's Latina/o/x Research Issues SIG Awards
Mercy Romero, from our Hutchins School of Liberal Studies, shares her experience with COVID-19 and how it relates to her current research about poet Julia de Burgos.
Reilly Milton shares her Zoom presentation from the competition.
A&H Students Pivot to Remote Internships with Great Success