Verónica Quezada, assistant professor of Spanish language & culture, and Ian Read, associate professor of Latin American studies Prof. Ian Read in International Studies and Prof. Verónica Quezada in
Ben Rhodes, former Obama speechwriter and senior foreign policy advisor, captivated an audience of more than 300 Soka students, faculty, staff, and community members with insider stories about major
As the executive vice president and chief operating officer, Ed Feasel will oversee all academic and administrative aspects of the university.
Erin Gruwell, the inspiring and beloved Freedom Writers educator, kicked off the academic year with a Critical Conversations @ Soka event, “The Courage to Connect,” on October 3. Gruwell appeared with
The 15th annual Peace Gala, Celebrating a Vision of Peace, was held on the Soka University of America campus on October 12. More than $742,000 was raised for the Soka scholarship endowment during the
Coinciding with the 150th birthday of Mahatma Gandhi and the 20th anniversary of the United Nations’ culture of peace declaration, Soka University hosted its Sixth Annual Dialogue on the Culture of
The Jazz Monsters Series honors a uniquely American art form of self-expression and self-understanding.
Professor Emeritus and Artist in Residence Arie Galles gave a lecture/presentation, “There and Back Again,” at the Soka Athenaeum on September 25, 2019.
U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges 2020” ranks SUA in the Top 30 among National Liberal Arts Colleges, Top 10 in Best Value and Top 10 in Social Mobility.
Spotlighting accomplishments by Michael Golden, Robert Allinson, Tomoko Takahashi, Shane Barter, Ted Lowe, Junyi Liu, Arie Galles, Ryan Ashley Caldwell, Tetsushi Ogata, and Aneil Rallin.