SSU Science Symposium
Proudly presented by
School of Science and Technology
Thursday, May 7, 2015
SSU Student Center
The School of Science & Technology and the WATERS Collaborative are co-hosting the 3rd Annual SSU Science Symposium on May 7, 2015 at the SSU Student Center. The symposium features talks by students in the Science Freshmen Year Experience, and showcases the scholarship and achievements of students in the School of Science & Technology and students undertaking watershed research as part of the WATERS Collaborative. The Symposium includes refreshments and is open to ALL SSU students, faculty, staff, and members of the public.
Last year, we had 67 posters from across campus. In total, 12 departments were represented. Award-winning posters came from Biology, Geography, and Physics & Astronomy. Participating in the Symposium is a great way for students to become actively involved in the science community. We encourage faculty to recruit students to present at the Symposium or to consider incorporating attendance into their class assignments.
- 4:00 pm - Pre-Symposium Research Presentations by SCI 120 students
- 5:30 pm - Poster Session starts
- 6:30 pm - Poster Award Presentation
See last year's full 2014 Science Symposium Program.
Online registration for oral and poster presentations is March 23 – April 22, 2015. Title and abstracts must be submitted at the time of registration.
Directions and Parking
The Science Symposium is hosted on the 3rd Floor of the new SSU Student on the Sonoma State University campus.
Directions to Sonoma State University Campus: From the SSU Maps page, locate the south entrance of campus.
Direction to the SSU Student Center: Select Student Center in "Go to location".
Parking: Parking permits are required on the day of the event and can be purchased at any of the parking kiosks on campus. Parking for the day is $5 general parking, $8 in parking lot D adjacent to the Student Center.
The SSU Science Symposium is made possible with funding from the Sonoma County Water Agency WATERS Collaborative and the School of Science & Technology.