USPCAS-W, U Hosts USAID Official

It was a busy visit to the University of Utah for Kevin Roberts, the Deputy Director of the Office of Education for USAID in Pakistan. […]

Spring Exchange Update 2017

The USPCAS-W Spring Exchange continues at a lightning pace. The first half of the semester included eight students from MUET, with half staying for the full […]

USPCAS-W Student Poster Competition at MUET

JAMSHORO December 7, 2016:  Poster competition among the students of Environment Engineering (ENV.ENG) and Water, Sanitation and Health Sciences (WaSHS) departments of U.S.-Pakistan Center for […]

Fall Research Symposium at the U

This fall the University of Utah was host to 18 students and 3 faculty from the Mehran University of Engineering and Technology in Pakistan. One […]

U.S.-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Water at the University of Utah (USPCASW, UU) is a world class education and applied research center dedicated to resolving Pakistan’s water crises through applied research, developing specialist human resource and technologies; academia-industry collaboration; and policy formulation.

USPCASW is part of the Centers for Advanced Studies (CAS) program funded by USAID. Under the CAS Program, universities from U.S. with expertise in agriculture, water, and energy will be connected as sister schools with Pakistani universities and conduct joint applied research, student and faculty exchanges, joint revision of curriculum, and conferences. By the end of the program, the three centers will be ready to serve as research hubs, policy think tanks, and incubators for innovation to mitigate Pakistan’s key development challenges.

USPCASW, UU is generating cost-effective and sustainable solutions to Pakistan’s challenges related to water, while educating the next generation of scientists, engineers, and policy makers through innovative academic programs and empowering women scientists and researchers to actively participate in applied research to solve Pakistan’s contemporary problems.

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