Utah is made up of a network of watersheds that feed our many rivers, lakes, and reservoirs. Learn how we protect our waters from diffuse or nonpoint source pollution through the voluntary actions of all our citizens.
Our Utah Clean Water Partnership includes citizens and organizations working together to protect and restore Utah's waters.
The mission of EPSCoR is to advance excellence in science and engineering research and education in order to achieve sustainable increases in research, education, and training capacity and competitiveness that will enable EPSCoR jursidictions to have increased engagement in areas supported by the NSF.
CI-WATER is an interdisciplinary team of Utah and Wyoming researchers that received a $6 million, three-year award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop a better understanding of the interconnectivity of natural and human water resources systems – a critical environmental sustainability problem facing both Western states.
2015, Year of Water
USU’s water specialists are among the nation’s and even the world’s leading experts on many water-related issues, particularly in the areas of management, ecosystems, climate, water education and society’s understanding of this precious resource.
The purpose of this project is to 1) conduct descriptive research on the status of women in top leadership positions within Utah; 2) assist Utah women in finding women's groups, networks, and associations throughout the state; 3) link these groups together to enhance networking; and 4) provide additional links and resources to help prepare and advance women for leadership within the state.
Utah Women and Education Initiative (UWEI)
The Utah Women and Education Initiative (UWEI) is the outcome of a need to increase the number of Utah women holding postsecondary degrees and certificates.
The National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) is a continental-scale observatory designed to gather and provide 30 years of ecological data on the impacts of climate change, land use change and invasive species on natural resources and biodiversity. All NEON data and information products will be freely available via the Web.
USU Extension Sustainability Water Resources
Learn how to reduce your water use, and also explore USU research concerning water conservation, lesson plans to incorporate in the classroom, funding opportunities and more.
Utah Division of Water Resources
The Division of Water Resources is one of seven agencies of the Utah Department of Natural Resources and is the water resources authority for the state of Utah.
Utah Water Watch
Utah Water Watch (UWW) is a water quality education and data collection program that seeks to increase awareness about the importance of water quality and promote stewardship of Utah’s aquatic resources.
Science of Team Science
The "science of team science" is an emerging field focusing on the study of the processes and outcomes of scientific collaborations. In this presentation Dr. Stephen Fiore provides an overview of this developing field with an emphasis on its relation to interdisciplinary research. He describes the overarching cognitive processes engaged in complex science collaborations. He provides guidance on how scientific organizations can develop training for science teams and concludes with a discussion of the teamwork competencies that form the foundation for effective science collaborations.
For years, marketers have struggled with the complexities of the Hispanic market. Given the blistering growth of their population and subsequent rise in purchasing power, AOL wants to help marketers and agencies understand the changing Hispanic market, and improve their advertising performance with this segment.
Hispanic PR Blog
A Source for Hispanic Public Relations, Social Media & Marketing News.
Latinos and Digital Technology, 2010
Latinos are less likely than whites to access the internet, have a home broadband connection or own a cell phone, according to survey findings from the Pew Hispanic Center, a project of the Pew Research Center.
The water cycle describes how Earth's water is not only always changing forms, between liquid (rain), solid (ice), and gas (vapor), but also moving on, above, and in the Earth. This process is always happening everywhere.