As a WaSH scholar at Mehran University for Engineering and Technology, Sharma’s goal is three-fold: understand the perceptions people in Pakistan have about menstruation, create research-based school curriculum about menstruation, and design and distribute a biodegradable sanitary napkin that can replace the traditional ways of managing menstruation.
The Water Entrepreneurship Program is designed to equip engineering students with the holistic skillset needed to develop, deploy and scale market-based solutions to global water challenges. Students are introduced to lean and practical approaches to invention and product development, learn to write effective business plans, and explore various sources of funding.
What are the implications for snow and ice as Earth’s climate continues to change? To chip away at that question, two U Water Center researchers have based their work in some of the world’s most breathtaking mountains.
This summer’s six Exchange scholars got a lot closer to Utah’s legendary landscapes by way of a rock climbing expedition […]
A very warm welcome to Maya Silver who joins the U.S.-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Water this summer as […]
As the U.S.-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Water writing instructor for the past two years, Dr. Rick Bereit has […]