The international conference “Water Resources Management and Sustainability: Solutions for Arid Regions” will be held March 22- 24, 2022, as part of Dubai’s EXPO 2020. I am a member of the conference’s Scientific Committee. To be held in conjunction with observance of World Water Day (March 22), the conference will address a wide range of […]
Sustainability Sessions during the Microsoft Research Summit 2021 We’d like to promote the inaugural Microsoft Research Summit taking place next week as it includes two sessions on sustainability related research, specifically on driving towards carbon negative. Check out additional details on the summit below and register here today! Advancing technology, benefiting humanity For 30 years, […]
Virtual on Thursday, October 21st from 6-8pm. Please register to attend this Zoom Webinar format. We are honored to have Amy Vickers, Amy Vickers & Associates, joining us as our 2021 Keynote. Amy literally “wrote the book” on water conservation. Her presentation, “Hello, Future Water Savings from Conservation and Efficiency – Goodbye, Water Waste and Supply […]
Join the Office of Research for our fifth annual Research Week! This year, featured events include competitions for seed and travel funding, learn from Fulbright Scholars, and hear flash talks from distinguished scholars. We will announce competition winners and recognize research achievements by faculty and staff during an awards ceremony and reception. All are welcome […]
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Braeden Van Denzye, NOAA/UW, October 11, 2021 3:10-4:10 In person – VUB225- or via ZOOM (Vancouver) https://wsu.zoom.us/j/94098314465?pwd=ZnVtaElaeXpOOEpOTkI3QXppbnZpUT09 Evidence is growing that insect populations, including several butterfly populations across the United States, are in decline. In addition to changing land use and climate change, agricultural pesticide use is a commonly hypothesized driver of such declines. Since […]