Welcome to the CSU Water Center!
Sustainable Water Interdisciplinary Minor (SWIM)
The CSU Water Center's new water minor program is now 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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Congratulations to the 2015-2016 CSU Water Center funding recipients!
The CSU Water Center has selected six Multi-Disciplinary Research/Proposal Teams and one Water Faculty Fellow as recipients of Water Center funding for 2015-2016.
Click here for the list of funded projects.
GRAD 592 Interdisciplinary Water Resources Seminar
Mondays | 4:00-5:00 pm | Natural Resources Bldg, Room 109
Monday, August 31 will feature Michael Lewis from the USGS discussing "The U.S. Geological Survey Water Mission Area: Overview, Activities, and Opportunities." Click the picture to read more about this week's seminar speaker.
Click here to view the complete course schedule.
Northern Integrated Supply Project
NISP is the proposed Northern Integrated Supply Project, and the 1500-page Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement (SDEIS), released a month ago by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, is part of a federal process to assess the environmental effects of NISP to inform permitting decisions.
Want to know more about NISP? Watch this video!
Hach Walk for Water Helps Fund Kenyan Project
The project being supported by the 2015 Hach Walk for Water will be the purchase and installation of a Living Water Treatment System for the people of Kunya, Kenya. The Kunya Village is home to 5,600 people without access to safe water. The women and children in this village currently collect water from a well near the community's school building. The time and energy spent fetching water limits the time available for education and economic generating activities.
Click here to view the video of this year's Hach Walk for Water. Don't forget to join us for next year's event!
The Great Divide Film Tour Comes to Fort Collins
October 21, 2015 | Reception 6:00 pm, Screening 7:00 pm | Lincoln Center
The Great Divide, a feature length documentary film from the Emmy award winning team of Havey Productions, in association with Colorado Humanities, will illustrate the timeless influence of water in both connecting and dividing an arid state and region. Tickets are free but required for entrance. Click the picture for tickets.
Click here for more information about the film.
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 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.
Our office in Johnson Hall offers a space for collaborative research and learning, houses our staff, visiting faculty and water fellows. Please stop by and visit for more information!