When NASA saw the drought’s impact from their satellites and announced that California could run out of water in a year if enough rain did not fall, the need to connect SSU students to regional water issues became even more critical.
Check out the new video of our faculty and students charging ahead to grapple with real-world environmental challenges.
The SSU Science Symposium was a success this year with most posters and greatest attendance to date.
SSU, County Team Up to Study Copeland Creek
by Jeremy Hay Press Democrat
Jackie Guilford (ENSP) and her student Maya Hoholick will be presenting the results of their water quality research to the CSU Board of Trustees on March 24, 2015.
Innovative ideas and approaches to engaging students in local watershed management challenges are being funded for a third year by the WATERS Collaborative at SSU, reports Claudia Luke, WATERS Coordinator and SSU Preserve Director.
Drs. Michael Cohen (Biology) and Michelle Goman (Geography) each received a funding award from CSU's Water Resources and Policy Initiative to pursue external funding for water-related research and education.
The Press Democrat celebrates SSU Osborn Preserve's legacy of learning, highlighting the on-going research, cross-disciplinary education, the WATERS Collaborative, and the Roth family's lasting vision.
Sustainabilty Coordinator Claudia Luke is an invited speaker at the CHESC Conference in San Diego (June 16-20, San Diego State University).
Students from Dr. Michelle Goman's Geography 317 Class were awarded "Best Water-Related Project" at the 2014 SSU Science Symposiun.