Cultivating the next generation of water leaders
Water touches everything. Our region’s agriculture, recreation, economy, ecological health, and vitality all rely on resilient supply and sustainable use of our water resources. As an interdisciplinary information hub, the Four Corners Water Center builds relationships and creates dialogue to address the challenging water issues we face in the southwest.
Learn about water issues in the Southwest through community forums and lectures. Take part in interdisciplinary courses and campus projects relating to water. Get involved in student-community collaborations. Be a leader in creating internships and careers to address concerns about water and our future.
Join us for a Water Professionals Happy Hour!
Two Rivers Convention Center, 159 Main St., Grand Junction, CO 81501
Apply for the Women in Water Scholarship before July 1 for a chance to receive funding to support your studies in western water resources. The Women in Water Scholarship is an annual $5,000 gift awarded to a woman pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in any facet of Western water resources. To learn more, visit www.fundingwomeninwater.com.
Water in the Southwest is a critical issue to all who make this beautiful place home. Whether you're a community member or student, your engagement in these important questions is vital to our future.
Gigi Richard, Ph.D.
FCWC Director & Geosciences Instructor
Reed Library, Room 73970-247-6561
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Your dollars help educate and engage our students and community on important water issues. Be part of the solution with a donation to the Four Corners Water Center.