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Social Power Structure and Irrigation Water Access in Sindh

“Social power matters, and attention needs to be given to lessening the inequities. The good news is that our research […]

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Students Go Online for Water Research: 15 Locations Across Utah

  2020 participants of the J. Paul Riley Student Paper Competition sponsored by the Utah Chapter of the American Water […]

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Assessing Risk in Water

Worldwide, diarrhea causes 4% of deaths and 5% of health loss to disability, and usually results from contact with contaminated […]

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Charting Uncertain Waters

U Researchers Use Systems Dynamics Modeling to Help Korea’s Rural Research Institute Plan for Resiliency   For agricultural water managers, […]

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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 […]

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#readtothink About Water

As part of the Marriott Library’s #readtothink campaign, we asked some of our U Water faculty affiliates and staff what […]

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Team Highlight: Seth Arens

The U Water Center is happy to welcome Seth Arens as an affiliated scientist. Arens’ arrival fosters a partnership between […]

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Women & Men in laboratory

USPCASW Researchers Receive Gates Foundation Grand Challenges Explorations Grant

The University of Utah was recently awarded a Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Grand Challenges Explorations grant. Dr. Windy Tanner, […]

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Entrepreneurship Exchange Pitch Event

Wednesday, August 7, 2019 4 p.m.  S.J. Quinney College of Law 6500 (Flynn Room) 383 S. University St., Salt Lake […]

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Reflections on the human/environment relationship

The Spring U.S.-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Water Exchange scholars took to the desert in May—exploring Moab, hiking in […]

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