Posted in October 2011

Spotlight: Faculty Experiences with Service-Learning

Spotlight: Faculty Experiences with Service-Learning

Dr. Farid Faramand implements a pilot product development project to teach engineering students the principles of universal engineering design According to Dr. Farid Faramand, universal design is the design of products and environments to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible. Teaching universal design principles allows students to better understand assistive technologies … Continue reading

NonProfitEasy: Locally Developed Relationship Management Software

NonProfitEasy: Locally Developed Relationship Management Software

Guest columnist:  Grayson James, Petaluma Bounty Engaging our community and cultivating meaningful relationships with our organization’s friends, supporters, volunteers, donors, members, and partners is central to any nonprofit organization’s success. In today’s connected world, it’s important to manage a wealth of information about various stakeholders, and be able to access that information instantly, from anywhere. … Continue reading

Cultivating a Classroom Garden

Cultivating a Classroom Garden

With any conventional garden comes a few plants, some flowers, a vegetable or two and usually some pesky weeds poking up beneath the dirt. But what the SSU campus garden has that few other gardens provide is state-of-the-art picnic tables aligned just so for optimum ergonomic comfort. Their presence in the garden is meant to … Continue reading