The Colorado Water Center (CoWC) brings together the work of the Colorado Water Institute and the CSU Water Center. The CoWC serves to lead interdisciplinary research, education, and engagement to address today’s most pressing water issues in Colorado and beyond, and connect diverse water stakeholders to resources and expertise.
In celebration of World Water Day, the Colorado Water Center, in partnership with the Environmental Justice Working Group and the Student Sustainability Center, is hosting a special screening of the award-winning National Geographic documentary Water and Power: A California Heist on March 27 at the Lyric Cinema in Fort Collins. All proceeds will benefit Trees, Water & People. Get your tickets now here.
The Colorado Water Center, SoGES and the Agricultural Experiment Station announce their request for proposals for the first ever Food-Water-Sustainability competitive grant program! Any CSU faculty and staff with established research interests in food, water, and sustainability, whose existing or planned research projects will be significantly enhanced by receiving the award, are encouraged to apply for the two-year award. Proposals are due April 1, 2019.
The 2019 American Geophysical Union Hydrology Days meeting provides a unique opportunity for students, faculty, staff and practitioners to engage in wide range of water-related interdisciplinary research topics. This year the spotlight is on students across campus to broaden our understanding of the interconnections of water and linked systems. Hydrology Days will occur on March 27-29 on the CSU campus.
The new January/February 2019 issue of the Colorado Water newsletter is now available! This issue addresses the topic of environmental
justice, specifically focusing on its intersection with water.
April 16-18, 2019 | CSU Lory Student Center Cherokee Park Ballroom
This event will bring together key thinkers, thought leaders, and practitioners from Europe, Africa, and U.S. university communities. The symposium highlights scientific contributions to water and sustainability research in Africa through expert panels, international guest speakers, and ample opportunity for dialogue. The event is FREE, but registration is required!
Due to inclement weather & flight cancellations of speakers & guests, the 2019 Water in the West Symposium is being rescheduled. All tickets will be transferred to the new date, to be communicated directly with participants ASAP. If you would like more info, please email email@example.com. Please stay tuned for updates!