Nayyab Agha, a student at Mehran University for Engineering and Technology studied at the U as part of the USPCASW […]
ALUMNI PROFILE: VENGUS PANWHAR The U.S.-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Water (USPCAS-W) is continually working to achieve gender […]
Join us in celebration of USPCASW’s contributions to global water security. Enjoy research posters, refreshments, and learn about funded opportunities […]
Worldwide, women are disproportionately affected by issues of water scarcity and sanitation. Consequently, adequate female representation in research and policy is especially important to ensure a future where clean water is available to all.
Khawar Mumtaz is the type of person who when faced with injustice knew she had to do something to confront […]
The Utah Women of Water are hosting USPCAS-W at their event on Tuesday, June 21st. This seminar will feature Dr. Steven Burian and […]
Pakistan faces the same challenges regarding women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) occupations as is common throughout the […]