$14,000 is available to faculty from all disciplines to engage students in sustainability challenges and field studies. Deadline for applications has been extended to Friday September 21, 2018.
The Living with Fire symposium brought together experts in fire ecology and management, community planning, fire safety and preparedness, and global change.
This year's Research and Creative Inquiry Symposium grew to a two-day event. Thirty-one of the student posters submitted were on water related topics.
Five faculty in five departments were awarded WATERS funds to engage their students in water-related projects this semester.
Our 2017 annual report highlights how we work with students and all our partners to solve real-world environmental challenges.
An informational tour of the Copeland Creek watershed was hosted by the WATERS Coordinator Claudia Luke and Sonoma County Water Agency to discuss water, land, and Copeland Creek flooding challenges.