|SSU School of Science to host Science Festival April 13
The School of Science and Technology and Sonoma State University Preserves will join forces to host the SSU Science Festival on Saturday, April 13, in Darwin Hall from 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. The free festival takes visitors on an exploration of local watersheds and science activities at SSU.
The SSU Science Festival includes something for everyone – from the smallest scientist to the watershed ecologist or the simply curious.
All of the displays are designed and presented by students for anyone interested in science.
A 40-foot interactive display takes visitors on a journey down Copeland Creek to the Pacific Ocean with facts about habitats and information about how science is needed to understand water issues.
Visitors can find out where their water comes from with the Sonoma County Water Agency’s 3-D model of water flow in the watershed.
Department laboratories and collections on all floors are open with hands-on displays.
Visitors can participate in activities, talk to students and faculty, and learn more about what scientists do.
For more information, contact Claudia Luke at 664-3416 or Claudia.firstname.lastname@example.org or go to sww.sonoma.edu/scitech/festival.