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Water for a Thirsty World: Cornell's Role in International Water Tuesday, March 29
 

Summary: Water for a Thirsty World: Cornell's Role in International Water
Tuesday, March 29
12-1:00pm 300 Rice Hall
Hosted by:
Gail Holst-Warhaft (Near Eastern Studies) and
Tammo Steenhuis (Biological and Environmental Engineering)
Based on their collaboration in the classroom and in Greece, Tammo Steenhuis and Gail Holst-
Warhaft will lead off a discussion on the need not only for an integrated, interdisciplinary
approach to international water management, but for sharing ideas and approaches to water
issues outside the US. The combined experience of a number of Cornell faculty who have
worked all over the world on water issues could be of great benefit, we feel, to us all, and
particularly to scholars new to international work. We would like to use the lunch as a means to
explore the possibilities of forming a group initiative on international water. We will be targeting
the faculty we already know who work in this are, but all those interested in discussing the issue
are encouraged to attend and make suggestions for how we could better collaborate on
international water research.

  

Source: Angenent, Lars T. - Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University

 

Collections: Renewable Energy; Engineering