Education
May 24, 2017

$40,000 in scholarships

The scholarships will be awarded to recipients during an awards luncheon on Aug. 14.

 
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Nursing student volunteers at Hurricane Matthew

A state of emergency was declared on Oct. 10 after the category 3 hurricane with wind speeds reaching 91 mph devastated parts of the state.

SSU receives $2 million bequest for Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

Now in its 16th year, Sonoma State’s OLLI was the second lifelong learning institute to receive support from the Bernard Osher Foundation.