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Michael Weiner's New Book on Race and Ethnicity and More Faculty News

Sep 15, 2021

Soka University of America faculty advance knowledge in their fields through their research and scholarship outside the classroom. Here is a sampling of recent faculty publications and notable

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Honoring Our 2021 Scholarship Recipients

Sep 14, 2021

The recipients of Soka University of America’s top academic honors — the Ikeda Scholarship, the John D. Montgomery scholarship, Soka Merit Award, and Academic Excellence Award — met with President Ed

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Soka University of America Ranked Among Nation's Best Liberal Arts Colleges

Sep 13, 2021

Soka University of America continues to rank highly among liberal arts institutions, achieving national rankings in Best Colleges, Best Value Colleges, Most Diverse Colleges, and Most International

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A Message from President Feasel: Welcome Back to Soka

Sep 09, 2021

Dear Soka Community, Congratulations on being able to start this semester together, in person, here on SUA’s campus. After more than a year of our efforts and desire to bring students back to campus

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Soka University of America Welcomes Its Largest Class Ever

Sep 04, 2021

A year of quiet on campus ended August 10 as Soka formally welcomed its newest students to Aliso Viejo. As the 140 members of the Class of 2025—Soka’s largest class yet, representing 23 countries

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Biologist Marie Nydam Receives SUA’s First National Science Foundation Grant

Sep 01, 2021

Marie Nydam, assistant professor of biology, has received a research grant from the National Science Foundation. A marine evolutionary geneticist, Prof. Nydam is the first SUA faculty member to be

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“Build Forward Better:” Teachers From 20 Countries Draw Inspiration at World Summit of Educators

Jul 06, 2021

With teachers and students everywhere facing so many challenges, not the least the global pandemic, how can educators stay inspired? The second World Summit of Educators, sponsored by Soka University

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Nearly 300,000 Served: Soka COVID-19 Vaccination Site Closes

Jun 09, 2021

Soka University of America is marking the 20th anniversary of its Aliso Viejo campus in many ways, but one is especially illustrative of how SUA fulfills its mission of serving the community. This

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Undergraduate Honors: Shunji Fueki Is 2021 Founder’s Award Winner

Jun 09, 2021

The 2021 graduates of Soka University of America will be remembered for their resilience during a challenging year. Among them are the following undergraduate students recognized for academic

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Class of 2021’s Resilience Celebrated in Virtual Commencement Ceremony

Jun 02, 2021

Called to action by a 92-year-old American civil rights icon, the Soka University of America 2021 graduates celebrated from worldwide locations in a virtual commencement attended by hundreds of