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CEI Director Claudia Luke Receives 2022 Connie Codding Humanist Award
Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Listening for a Change has honored the Center’s own Claudia Luke with the C

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SSU Honors Galbreath Family & Celebrates Student Experiential Learning
Saturday, August 6, 2022

On a hot summer day in June 2022, with a breeze bringing cool relief, a group of SSU Center for Environmental Inquiry (CEI) donors, volunteers, and

Students Emily Ledford & Savanna Thomas plant native species along Copeland Creek.
SSU Students & Faculty Prepare for Climate Change on Banks of Copeland Creek
Friday, June 17, 2022

A Refuge from Climate Change

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Water Planning Intern to Bridge Traditionally Siloed County Agencies
Monday, June 13, 2022

SSU, Sonoma Water and Permit Sonoma have launched the first ever dual water planning internship.

Claudia Luke & Greg Sarris Discuss Plans for new FIGR Building
Looking Back, Embracing the Present, & Moving Forward
Monday, June 13, 2022

When you find yourself in the heart of Sonoma County – away from urban areas and among mountains, trees, creeks, frogs, and coyotes – why did you c

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SSU students turn education into action by researching the nexus of homelessness and water quality
Tuesday, June 15, 2021

This past spring, Sonoma State University students helped turn education into action, tackling real-world needs identified by local experts on home

Glass Fire Data Available for Los Guillicos Preserve
Tuesday, December 15, 2020

In the early morning hours of September 28th, the Glass Fire burned the Sonoma State University's 40-acre Los Guillicos Preserve.

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Fairfield Osborn Preserve Virtual Tour
Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Follow along on a guided tour led by SSU-CEI Education Manager, Suzanne DeCoursey.

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WATERS role in the Protecting Sonoma County's water supply.
Tuesday, October 1, 2019

SSU's Fairfield Osborn Preserve is serving a pivotal role in making the Alerrt North Bay system a reality. A radio tower at the preserve links the network of towers across Sonoma County to the high-speed internet service on the SSU campus, giving emergency personnel access to information about fire location and rate of spread during wildfire.

SSU president Judy Sakaki signing commitment to sustainability
Sonoma State president signs landmark commitment to sustainability
Friday, April 5, 2019

(Rohnert Park) – Before a crowd of nearly 300 people, Sonoma State President Judy K. Sakaki on Friday signed the landmark “President's Climate Leadership Commitment," a comprehensive roadmap for mitigating and adapting to a changing climate, one that sets high goals of sustainability for the university.

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