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Recognizing multiple productive Saginaw Bay watershed research and educational efforts involving numerous faculty, students, and disciplines, Saginaw Valley State University established the Saginaw Bay Environmental Science Institute in January of 2013.  Focused on the environmental science and citizenry of the Saginaw Bay area, the productivity and contributions of SBESI are based upon its diverse and capable research scientists, a strong pool of student interns, well established educational and community collaborative networks, and a strategic location just minutes from the heart of the Saginaw Bay.

SBESI works to:

  • facilitate the expansion of SVSU’s capabilities for advanced scientific work on the watershed expanding the participation of portrait of Cardinal II research vesselfaculty, students, and disciplines
  • develop educational, scientific, governmental, and community partnerships in the watershed through mutually beneficial collaborations
  • develop and expand watershed focused STEM educational experiences and programs
  • serve our community as a scientific resource facilitating land and water management practices leading to an improved watershed ecosystem
  • provide opportunities for student and faculty service learning through community engagement 

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Saginaw Valley State University

Community Based Research


SVSU students and faculty work with community leaders to design and implement research projects that address the needs of the public.

Saginaw Valley State University

Contact Us

sbesi@svsu.edu
(989) 964-4349(989) 964-4349
(989) 964-2796

SBESI Director

Dr. David Karpovich

Dean of Science, Engineering & Technology

Andrew M. Chubb, Ph.D.

Office

HH Dow Doan
Science East 255
SB ESI Coordinator
Lee Koski,
ljkoski@svsu.edu;
(989) 964-2109

Hours

M-F
8 a.m.-4:30p.m.