Southern Connecticut State University is located centrally along the heavily urbanized Connecticut coastline proximate to a variety of diverse natural habitats. This setting provides excellent opportunities for research and education focused on the pressures of human development and the need for the preservation of these natural habitats. The efforts of the faculty, staff and students associated with the Werth Center for Coastal and Marine Studies (WCCMS) at Southern Connecticut State University focus on coastal and marine research and education along Connecticut's urbanized coast and harbors. The WCCMS provides a means for faculty and students from throughout the Connecticut State University System to participate in collaborative and interdisciplinary research and education projects.
Big Bang, 3 Million Gift from Werth Family Foundation
SCSU Receives Records $3M Gift
A Transformative Gift
Grant Supports Environmental Research
Southern's Werth Center for Coastal and Marine Studies (WCCMS) received a major boost from the Werth Family Foundation with a grant of $250,000
CCMS Researchers Receive USDA Oyster Grant , October 2008
Vincent T. Breslin, professor of environmental studies and marine studies at Southern Connecticut State University, is coordinating the project, which is being paid for with a 1-year grant of $278,000 from the state Department of Agriculture.
Grant to Enhance Environmental Research
Southern's Werth Center for Coastal and Marine Studies has received a major boost from the Werth Family Foundation with a recent grant of $170,000, most of which will be targeted toward student environmental research.