- Sonoma State Science Festival: A Walk Through the Watershed!
Saturday, April 13, 2013: Darwin Hall 9:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.
- Explore hands-on displays about local watersheds, SSU Preserves, and science at SSU. The SSU Science Festival includes something for everyone -- from the smallest scientist to the watershed ecologist or the simply curious. All of the displays are designed and presented by students. The event is FREE! (Parking $5) and presented by the SSU Preserves and School of Science & Technology. More information is here.
- WATERS Collaborative Website Launches (Oct 2012) - SSU Preserves are acting as Coordinator for this academic-management collaborative between SSU and the Sonoma County Water Agency. The new website is a workplace for faculty and students developing of a suite of projects surrounding water projects of priority to SCWA.
- Comcast Newsmakers Interview (Oct 2012): Director Claudia Luke speaks about the SSU Field Stations & Nature Preserves and water-related projects on campus. Youtube video
- Water Works (Sep 2012 - Jun 2013): Join SSU Preserves and other Departments on campus for Water Works, a series of public performances and lectures on water throughout the year.
- Coastal Prairie Website and Training Program (Oct 2012): SSU Preserves releases first of its kind educational website on California's coastal prairies. The website is part of regional collaboration that engages SSU students in coastal prairie restoration throughout the county.
- SSU State Parks Project (Jun 2012 - Feb 2013): SSU Preserves collaborates on State Parks projects to keep 5 State Parks in Sonoma County open to the public
- Freshman Year on Copeland Creek (2011-2016): Preserves collaborates on an NSF-funded Freshman Year Course (Science 120) that recruits students into science majors. Students discover connections to their local watershed while they learn basic requirements in math, physics, chemistry, biology, and critical thinking.