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Seminar - Water Governance and Use in Turkana, Kenya

October 25, 2016 | 12:00-1:00 pm | Lory Student Center Longs Peak Room

Dr. Stacy Lynn (Research Scientist at the Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory) and Conrad Marshall (MS Student in the Graduate Degree Program in Ecology) will present a lecture on water governance and use in Turkana, Kenya. Their work in Kenya was funded by the CSU Water Center faculty grants program.

The seminar is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided.

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GRAD 592 Seminar

October 24, 2016 | 4:00-5:00 pm | Behavioral Sciences Rm 103

In this week's seminar, Linda Bassi will discuss Colorado's Instream Flow and Natural Lake Level Program. Linda is the Chief of the Colorado Water Conservation Board's Stream and Lake Protection Section, and has worked for the Board since September 2004.

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Subsurface Water Storage Symposium

November 15-16, 2016 | Lory Student Center

The symposium is sponsored by the CSU Water Center with support from the College of Engineering and the Warner College of Natural Resources. The focus of the meeting is to share emerging knowledge, collaboratively debate critical issues, and prioritize future work to address key water management challenges.

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New Issue of Colorado Water Now Available

This issue discusses stream management in the context of the Colorado Water Plan. Topics discussed include: stream management plans (SMPs), environmental flow methods, the future of water markets, and fish passage.

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Sustainable Water Interdisciplinary Minor (SWIM)

The CSU Water Center's water minor program is open for enrollment! The purpose of this minor is to offer undergraduate students, regardless of their major, an opportunity to gain a deeper knowledge of the many dimensions of water management.

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MISSION: The CSU Water Center catalyzes excellence in water research, teaching, and engagement by fostering interdisciplinary collaboration and creative scholarship.

The CSU Water Center brings together a network of over 200 faculty members from various departments across the CSU campus and seeks to engage students and faculty in interdisciplinary research and to promote current water-related research, education, and engagement taking place at CSU.

A main focus area of the Water Center is to inform interested faculty, students, and community members of water related opportunities around the CSU campus and throughout the state of Colorado. We announce events, jobs and internships, research funding, and volunteer opportunities in our bi-weekly e-newsletter, The Current, as well as on our Facebook page. We also host and sponsor conferences, workshops, and seminars to highlight innovative water research and engage the CSU community.