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.
(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.
Copeland Creek is facing alot of challenges including siltation, poor water quality and invasion by non-native species. Despite these issues, the creek is still home to huge range of animal and plant life.
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.
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.
Seven faculty in five departments were awarded WATERS funding to engage their students in water-related projects this semester.
WATERS collaborated with the School of Science & Technology, the Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Experiences (SOURCE), and others to host a campus wide symposium that celebrated the achievements of SSU students engaged in inquiry.