Center for Environmental Inquiry
Creates collaborations among faculty, students, and community to address North Bay sustainability challenges, and gives students hands on skills at 4200 acres of SSU preserve lands: Center for Environmental Inquiry
The Center for Environmental Inquiry (CEI) has grant funding available
Center grants support faculty - either through project support or curriculum development - to engage students in sustainability and environmental inquiry. Applications from all disciplines are encouraged. Awards generally range from $200-$3,000 depending on the funding source. Topics qualifying for funding are announced as part of the request for proposals and usually include water, fire, technology and general field studies. A request for proposals is released at the beginning of fall and spring semesters, Announcements are sent out via email and posted to CEI's website News and Calendar. To receive a personal email announcement or get help scoping a project, contact Center Director, Dr. Claudia Luke.
Please visit the CEI Projects and Funding page for information regarding previously funded projects.
Center for Community Engagement
Advances community-based programs on campus with a focus on diversity and sustainability: Center for Community Engagement
Center for Sustainable Communities
Provides trainings, policy development, and program implementation services to local governments and other organizations while creating service-learning opportunities for students: Center for Sustainable Communities
Anthropological Studies Center
Provides consulting services in cultural resource management, and trains students in these practices: Anthropological Studies Center