- GRAD592 – Fall Water Resources Seminar
GRAD 592 Interdisciplinary Water Resources Seminar
The Fall 2014 Theme for this seminar series is Water, Climate & Extreme Events.
The seminar will be held at 4:00 pm on Monday afternoons in Engineering E104.
Students interested in taking the one-credit seminar should sign up for GRAD592, Water Resources Seminar, Section ID Number: 74006. Students who have enrolled in GRAD592 in the past may also enroll for this offering.
For more information click here.
- 2014-2015 Water Center Funding Recipients
Congratulations to our 2014-2015 Research Teams and Faculty Fellows!
Please click here to see the funded projects.
- Requesting Poudre River Information
Requesting information related to Poudre River
The Colorado Conservation Exchange is conducting a survey of organizations, activities, and information related to the Poudre River that will eventually be referenced on the Poudre River Wiki and The Poudre Runs Through It, a group seeking to make the Poudre River "the world's best example of a healthy, working river." The information gathered will be consolidated into a public working document and will be shared online to help facilitate collaboration and benefit future management activities and information gathering in both the Poudre and the Big Thompson watersheds. To access the survey click here.
- Join the Water Educator Network
Join the Colorado Foundation for Water Education's Water Educator Network
This network seeks to improve understanding of Colorado water issues by increasing the amount, quality, and effectiveness of water education. Local water educators will be provided with tools, trainings, and collaborations that are relevant to their work, easily accessible, and simple to implement.
For more information, click here. To join the network, click here.
- Upcoming Events
Colorado Student Water Field Conference
September 26-28, 2014 | Grand Valley
The Water Center at Colorado Mesa University invites water faculty and students to attend the premiere Colorado Student Water Field Conference. The goal of the conference is to introduce and engage students of Colorado water in water science, studies and issues around the state. This year, the focus will be on how issues related to agricultural irrigation and environmental health come together in western Colorado's Grand Valley via field trips, tours and presentations by faculty, water professionals, and students. The conference is aimed at undergraduate students, but grad students are welcome.
The CSU Water Center catalyzes excellence in water research, teaching, and engagement by fostering interdisciplinary collaboration and creative scholarship.