Sonoma State faculty and students work with a variety of community partners on crucial sustainability efforts.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015
9:15 am - 10:00 am

Grand Ballroom

This panel explores how this work happens, whether via direct service, service-learning courses, internships, community-based participatory research or other engaged pedagogies for the common good. You will hear from some of these collaborative partners about the history of the partnership; ways they currently work with current and former SSU faculty and students; recommendations to other community organizations who want to develop or deepen relationships with SSU; and how students and faculty can get involved.

Speakers on this panel are:

Merith Weisman- Moderator, Center for Community Engagement

Nick Caston – Leadership Institute for Ecology and the Economy

Talia Eisen — Sonoma Ecology Center

Keenen Foster – Sonoma County Water Agency

Suzi Grady – Petaluma Bounty

Claudia Luke — SSU Institute for Environmental Inquiry

Oren Wool – Sustainable North Bay

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