Education, Outreach & Diversity

 

 

iUTAH Education, Outreach, and Diversity (EOD) strived to engage a diverse group of Utah citizens with iUTAH concepts and research. Through a variety of programs and activities, iUTAH EOD partners helped participants explore water sustainability issues, and worked to enhance Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education in the state. iUTAH EOD was committed to promoting and strengthening STEM education in order to build an inclusive and diverse, water-wise, and STEM-literate workforce of tomorrow.

 

Education and Outreach Programs:

 

Summer Research Institte
Summer Research Institute

iUTAH’s Summer Research Institute engaged students and teachers from across the state in iUTAH’s water research projects at a single campus for one week each year. Along with learning something new, participants contributed their findings to the bigger picture of water sustainability along the Wasatch Front.

 

Summer Research Institte

iFellows Undergraduate Program
The iUTAH Undergraduate Research Fellows (iFellows) Program provided an opportunity for undergraduate students from all Utah institutions of higher learning to gain first hand research experience working with researchers associated with the iUTAH project.

 

 

Education and Outreach News:

June 27, 2018

GRAs Continue Strong Ties to Water Research

Celebrating success with iUTAH’s graduate research assistants at Utah State University’s graduation ceremony. Credit Michelle Baker   Over the past six years, the iUTAH community has benefitted greatly from the graduate students that Read More...

 

 

May 16, 2018

HESS Best Paper Award for iUTAH Collaboration

Former iUTAH postdoctoral researcher Erik Oerter, along with Molly Malone, Louisa Stark, and Gabriel Bowen, and others received the Jim Dooge Award 2017 for the best paper in the European Geophysical Union's flagship journal "Hydrology and Earth Read More...

 

 

May 16, 2018

Brian Head Revisited: Outdoor Classroom

iUTAH researcher Jackie Grant has been in the news for her work to create a community classroom out of the charred remains of the 2017 Brian Head fire site, which damaged more than 72,000 acres of Dixie National Forest and Bureau of Land Management Read More...

 

 

May 15, 2018

Student Honors for Outstanding iFellows

iUTAH wants to congratulate graduates across the state, and highlight the outstanding achievements by a few of the undergraduates that lined up to receive their hard-earned degrees this May.   Southern Utah University conferred a degree on Donald Read More...

 

 

April 16, 2018

Bean Museum Involves Visitors in Local Watershed

The Bean Life Sciences Museum, located on the Brigham Young University campus, has partnered with iUTAH and the Natural History Museum of Utah to place an interactive display in the museum to help visitors learn about their local watershed. Based on a Read More...