October 8, 2007
- CWS Sponsors Public Lecture
Thomas E. Croley
II, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory
"Great Lakes Hydrology Modeling with the Advanced
Hydrologic Prediction System" (abstract...)
DOW 642, 3:00 p.m.
October 5, 2007
- MTRI Lecture and Poster Session
Research Scientist and Manager of Environmental Science Laboratory,
"Using web-based decision support systems to understand the
impacts of contamination on
Great Lakes rivers and human health"
M&M (building 12), room U113 at 2:00 p.m.
Michigan Tech Research Institute (MTRI) poster presentations
Fisher Hall on the first floor near the Aftermath Café (9:00
to 11:30 AM) and (1:30 to 4:30 PM)
September 24, 2007
- CWS Sponsors Public Lecture
Chemical Engineer, MTU Class of 1959
"Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) in the Great Lakes:
Evolution of the Understanding of their Source
and Transport" (abstract...)
September 20, 2007
- Michigan Technological University
Sustainability Faculty Hiring Initiative...
September 13, 2007
- CWS Co-sponsors a Community Workshop
A Workshop for Shoreline Communities: Living Beside the "Big" Lake for
Cities of Houghton & Hancock ...
May 24, 2007 -
List of Water Related Courses Added to CWS Education Web Page...
Spring 2007 -
Great Lakes Series at the Portage Lake District Library
March 12 - The Great Lakes: Water in Motion
April 16 - Great
Lakes Early History to Today: Explorers, Human Impacts & Current Challenges
May 14 - Are the
Great Lakes Really Great: How the Health of the Great Lakes Measured?
02/14/2007 - Registration
is now open for the
7th Biennial Lake Superior Youth Symposium for grades 8-12
students and educators from Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Ontario
that will take place May 10-13, 2007 at Bay Cliff Health Camp in Big
Bay, near Marquette, MI.
. . . more
Huron Creek Scholarships: TWO $125 STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE
to the 7th Biennial Lake Superior Youth Symposium ~ May 10-13
10/16/2006 - CWS Poster Competition
First place: Cory P. McDonald, Engineering – Environmental
Title: Modeling copper transport in the sediments of
Torch Lake, Houghton County, MI
View Full-size Poster as PDF document: CWSPoster_1stPlace_McDonald_Cory.pdf
Second place: Melba D. Apoya-Horton, Biological Sciences
Title: Movement Modalities As Adaptive Response To
Salinity Changes Of The Mudflat Diatom Cylindrotheca closterium (Bacillariophyceae)
View Full-size Poster as PDF document: CWSPoster_2ndPlace_Apoya_Melba.pdf
Third place: Andrea Munoz Hernandez, Engineering –
Title: Calibration of a water surface model for a basin
in a semiarid region: The Rio Yaqui-Basin, Mexico
View Full-size Poster as PDF document: CWSPoster_3rdPlace_Hernandez_Andrea.pdf
GSC Best Overall: Agustin Rubles Morua, Engineering
Title: A Collaborative Approach to Improve Sanitation
in a Marginalized Rural Community in Mexico
Agustin's Poster was also submitted to the CWS Poster Competition
View Full-size Poster as PDF document: CWSPoster_GSCOverall_Robles_Agustin.pdf
9/15/2006 - Visiting Lecturer,
David G. Gallo, Ph.D.,
Director of Special Projects, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Extreme Deep: Exploring the Ends of the Earth - Neptune’s Basement
Monday, September 25, 7:30-9:00 pm
Global Water Crisis
Tuesday, September 26, 12:00 -1:00 pm
135 Fisher Lecture Hall
Dr. Gallo's schedule
while at MTU...
9/15/2006 - We Are More than
Speaker: Mike Roon, Representing the Michigan Section of
American Water Works Association 'Water for People' Committee
Monday, September 18, 3:00 p.m.
9/15/2006 - Global Mining and
Indigenous Communities: Human Rights and Sustainability
Speaker: Dr. Catherine Coumans, MiningWatch Canada
Monday, September 18, 2006 4:00-5:00 p.m.
642 Dow Environmental Sciences Bldg