Equity

Getting Smart about Water Monitoring

Nayyab Agha, a student at Mehran University for Engineering and Technology studied at the U as part of the USPCASW […]


Women and Water Security

ALUMNI PROFILE: VENGUS PANWHAR   The U.S.-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Water (USPCAS-W) is continually working to achieve gender […]


Water in the World Symposium Spring 2019

Join us in celebration of USPCASW’s contributions to global water security. Enjoy research posters, refreshments, and learn about funded opportunities […]


USPCASW Works to Close Water Research Gender Gap in Pakistan

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.


Pakistani Women’s Rights Leader Speaks at UU

Khawar Mumtaz is the type of person who when faced with injustice knew she had to do something to confront […]


Global and Local Perspectives on Water- Bridging Utah and Pakistan on Water Issues

The Utah Women of Water are hosting USPCAS-W at their event on Tuesday, June 21st. This seminar will feature Dr. Steven Burian and […]


Progress on Gender Diversity for USPCASW

Pakistan faces the same challenges regarding women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) occupations as is common throughout the […]