Education
February 27, 2017

Monitor brings hope to epilepsy victims

A group of electrical engineering students at Sonoma State University is working on a wearable device that may save lives and make everyday tasks like cooking meals less fearful for those suffering from epilepsy and other seizure-inducing conditions.

 

SSU scholars program set up for winery workers’ families

Sonoma State University’s Wine Business Institute has launched a program to help children and families of vineyard and winery workers attend and succeed in college.

SSU qualifies for grants focusing on Hispanic students

Sonoma State University announced two actions Tuesday, Feb. 21, that underscore President Judy K. Sakaki’s ongoing commitment to diversity and student success.