The American Geophysical Union, Colorado Water Center, CSU’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and the One Water Solutions Institute have partnered to co-host Hydrology Days virtually on March 30 and 31, 2021. This year, the annual meeting provides a unique opportunity for students, faculty, and practitioners to engage in a wide range of water-related interdisciplinary research topics.
The global pandemic has left students with limited opportunities to share their research and satisfy graduation requirements. In response, Hydrology Days 2021 will exclusively feature student presentations including research on snow hydrology, groundwater, statistical hydrology, ag water, and much more!
The event will spotlight students highlighting the interconnections of water and linked systems. The 2021 Student Showcase provides an opportunity for students to exchange ideas, present their research findings and refine their science communication skills. Select students will be invited to contribute to a special issue of Colorado Water! Students interested in entering the student competition must adhere to posted deadlines, register, and submit an abstract to confirm their participation.
Faculty, staff, practitioners, and industry representatives are encouraged to attend the event and learn just how poised students are to enter the workforce. The spring meeting endeavors to expand attendance beyond engineering and hydrology by engaging colleges across campus to holistically represent the far-reaching facets of water.