MSU Center for Water Sciences
In 2014, CWS will be hosting several lunch discussions to discuss big water science at MSU and creation of a graduate water curriculum. We will post information about the meetings as well as updates on our ongoing discussion here. If you are interested in participating, please contact Erin Dreelin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Big Science discussion summary (Note: this is a 61 MB wmv video file)
Our goal for Water Wednesday is to stimulate conversation and collaboration on campus. We hope these discussions will be a place for MSU faculty and students interested in water to get together and talk about ideas, opportunities, recent developments and whatever else may come up. We hold several Water Wednesdays each year, dates and times will be posted below as they are scheduled.
Materials from Past Water Wednesdays:
The MSU Global Water Initiative
Speaker: Steve Pueppke, Associate Vice President of Research and Graduate Studies, MSU
Development of the chilled storage and cryopreservation program of sperm of aquatic animals in Thailand
Dr. Verapong Vuthiphandchai, Department of Aquatic Science, Burapha University, Thailand
Friday April 25, 2014
Room 338 Natural Resources Bldg.
Maximizing the Values of Great Lakes Water for people in the region and beyond
Dr. Benjamin L. Ruddell, Arizona State University
Friday, April 25, 2014
10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
B100A Engineering Research Complex
Managing Nutrients for Both Food Security and Environmental Sustainability in China
Professor Fusuo Zhang, Director of Center for Resources, Environment and Food Security, China Agricultural University
Friday, May 2, 2014
Room 115, Manly Miles Building
More information is available at http://csis.msu.edu/content/Fusuo-Zhang-talk.
Please see the following links for other environment-related events across campus: