Interview with Sandra Pardo
Embers of Awakening: The Devastating Effects of Climate Change During the Fires That Changed People’s Lives
| July 11, 2022

Throughout the four years I have been at Sonoma State, the school and surrounding areas have been ravaged by fires, some started by arsonists while others were started by a massive gas and electric company.

two side-by-side pictures of two people smiling at the camera
Reasons Faculty Teach, or Do Not Teach, Service- Learning Courses in a Pandemic
| June 27, 2022

Congratulations to Drs.

Missy leads the discussion with new and curious faculty willing to learn the ropes of service-learni
Curious Faculty Dive Into the World of Service-Learning
| June 6, 2022

“It was definitely overwhelming, but I gained a lot of info that made me more excited for the upcoming fall semester of service-learning.” said Professor Silvia Soto, one of the fa

Fellows, faculty, and more come together to build new relationships and strengthen old ones
Faculty and Community Partners Build Relationships
| May 2, 2022

“I want to teach the kids about different jobs but I want to do more for them.

Over 60 students, community members, faculty, and staff listen as Zeke Baker recounts his time in Uk
Why Should I Care About the War in Ukraine?
| April 4, 2022

On March 10th, Dr. Stephen Bittner and Dr. Zeke Baker held a lecture entitled “Why Should I Care About the War in Ukraine?” which was hosted by the Center for Community Engagement.