Friday, March 12, 2010
A student interested in gaining experience writing about environmental and water issues will get an opportunity to do just that this summer in an internship sponsored by Montgomery & Associates, an Arizona-based consulting firm specializing in hydrology and water resource issues. The intern selected this year will contribute to research and writing of an issue of Arroyo on the topic of water desalination, its present and future role in Arizona.
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH CENTER
WRITING CONTEST FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS AT ARIZONA’S THREE UNIVERSITIES
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
It’s time to make a splash during the Arizona Project WET Water Festival season. In Tucson the fun kicks off on October 3 at Jacobs Park. Exciting, hands-on investigations will leave 4th graders (and teachers) asking for more! Each Arizona Water Festival incorporates two hours of hands-on, interactive lessons focused on: groundwater and aquifers; watersheds and water sources; the value of water and conservation; and the water cycle.
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
The WRRC welcomes Candice Rupprecht, the Statewide Program Coordinator for the UA Master Watershed Steward Program. Candice recently moved across campus to office space at the Water Resources Research Center. She joins other water programs housed at the center including Arizona Project WET, Arizona NEMO and the Water Sustainability Program.
Contact Candice at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about the Master Watershed Steward Program and how you can get involved.
Wednesday, December 12, 2007
Graduate students and working water professionals wanting to broaden and enhance their water policy expertise will be able to enroll in the recently approved University of Arizona’s Graduate Certificate in Water Policy. Earning the certificate requires taking 12 units or four UA graduate courses. Scheduling flexibility is a key to the program, with students able to complete work from one semester to two years. This is to accommodate the different schedules of graduate students and working professionals, the two groups served by the program.