All Articles

U of U professor studies what the Colorado and Indus River basins can learn from each other

Beyond a largely arid landscape whose agriculture and livelihood depends on the runoff of high mountains, the Colorado and Indus […]

Read More


INNOVATION: using nanotechnology to develop the next generation of water purification systems

Professor Krista Carlson’s research is at the forefront of using the field of nanotechnology to develop new and innovative methods […]

Read More


University of Utah Contributes Water Security Expertise to International Climate Change Conference

This last December more than 800 scientist, policy makers, lawyers, academics, and activists assembled in Islamabad, Pakistan, for the first […]

Read More


Professor Pat Shea’s Water Seminar: Working to Solve Real World Problems

Professor Pat Shea wants his Pakistani exchange students in the USPCASW Water Seminar to return home with something to offer. […]

Read More


The Water Center Welcomes Spring Cohort of USPCASW Exchange Students

The University of Utah is pleased to welcome the spring cohort of USPCASW exchange students. This is the fifth group […]

Read More



USPCASW Launches New “Cultural Diplomat” Initiative

Few educational opportunities offer as immersive of an experience as international student exchange programs. The USPCASW has for the past […]

Read More


U Grad Student Studies the Spread of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria in Rural India’s Water

Bhavneet Singh’s journey to the University of Utah’s PhD program in public health took him around the world, and back […]

Read More


University of Utah Faculty Contribute to International Climate Change Conference in Pakistan

On December 18-20 a group of international experts, including a delegation from the University of Utah, convened in Islamabad, Pakistan […]

Read More


Fall 2017 Water Security Symposium

The semiannual Water Security Symposium serves as a sort of right of passage for students going through the USPCASW exchange […]

Read More