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volt.jpgSonoma State University's literary magazine Volt, which was founded and is edited by Professor Gillian Conoley, resident poet in the English department, has been recognized as one of the top 50 literary magazines. Sitting at number 37, Volt is included in the company of giants like The New Yorker, The Atlantic, and Harpers, as well as smaller, auspicious journals like Poetry, The Kenyon Review, and The Paris Review.

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"We're proud to house this important, excellent publication in the School of Arts and Humanities," says Thaine Stearns, interim Dean of the School of Arts & Humanities.

goldsteins.jpgThe recipients of the 2010-11 Goldstein Award for Excellence in Scholarship are Dr. Kathy Charmaz, professor of sociology, and Dr. Anne Goldman, professor of English. The award, established by Bernie and Estelle Goldstein, recognizes the faculty who best exemplify the teacher-scholar model in their professional development at Sonoma State University.

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