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Lobo Symposium
Symposium: WATERS co-hosts the Sonoma State Science Symposium
Tuesday, May 7, 2013

SSU students presented the results of their scientific research during the 2012-13 academic year at SSU Science Symposium.

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News: Press Democrat Profiles the SSU Science Symposium, co-hosted by WATERS
Monday, May 6, 2013

SSU Holds 1st Science Symposium Tuesday

By Jeremy Hay, Press Democrat

The Great Divide Poster
News: WATERS at Make a Splash
Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Sonoma State University celebrated a year of water with a special reception entitled "Make a Splash." The reception in SSU's Person Theatre highlighted SSU's campus-wide "Water Works" initiatve, a series of performances, lectures and events surrounding our relationship with this unique substance.

Pair of hands holding a birds nest
News: WATERS on Comcast Newsmakers
Wednesday, November 7, 2012

WATERS Coordinator Claudia Luke talks to Comcast Newsmakers about the SSU Preserves (now Center for Enviornmental Inquiry), the WATERS Collaborativ

Waterworks poster
Events: Water Works
Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Fall 2012-Spring 2013 on Campus at Sonoma State University

WATERS Collaborative projects are part of a year-long celebration of water at Sonoma State University, called Water Works.

Thomas Buckley
News: Dr. Tom Buckley Receives WATERS Collaborative Award
Monday, October 1, 2012

School of Science & Technology, News and Accomplishments

Tom Buckley, Biology, has received $3,000 in funding from the WATERS Collaborative for his proposal "Leaf Physiology Spot Measurement Instrument", where students will use purchased sensor components to construct instruments that measure leaf physiology in riparian vegetation.

Ecology Corps
News: Not Just Another Desk Job
Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Sonoma News Center 

The Sonoma County Youth Ecology Corps project at SSU was launched thanks to WATERS, a new campus partnership with the Sonoma County Water Agency (SCWA). Seven members of the Sonoma County Youth Ecology Corps worked diligently over the summer to clear the Himalayan blackberry that is choking out native species along Copeland Creek on campus and at the Fairfield Osborn Preserve.

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