By Riley Murphy ’20 Soka’s global vision is going intergalactic. The Luis and Linda Nieves Observatory gives Soka students—and astronomers around the world—access to powerful tools to study the cosmos
By Professor Ian Read A great chronicler of the Brazilian backland, João Guimarães Rosa, famously wrote “good quality water is like health or freedom: it only has value when it runs dry.” Over the
In spring 2019, SUA’s Environmental Studies concentration became an organizational shareholder in JAFSCD.
SUA would like to recognize the graduation of Katarina Hou, class of 2019, who has been an invaluable member of the SUA community.
Emma Grant-Dreher, class of 2019, and Shania Davis, class of 2018, report on their experience attending and presenting at the 2019 WPA conference.
A new Fulbright Fellowship Advising program has been created at SUA to help advise students who are interested in being part of the Fulbright program.
Lana Lief, class of 2019, and Sofia Torres, class of 2019, report on their experience attending and presenting at the 2019 WPSA conference.
Urban planner, community activist, and artist James Rojas will converse with SUA students on April 1, 2019.
SUA and CGU partner to provide accelerated bachelor’s to master’s programs for Soka students in international studies, education/teaching credential, and business administration.
A report of the 2019 Learning Cluster Fair which showcases student participation in field research and service-learning during the winter block.