The Freshwater Collaborative of Wisconsin (FCW) is a partnership of Wisconsin's 13 public universities, connecting with industry partners, local communities, policymakers and advocacy groups. The mission is to train the next generation of water professionals, and to establish Wisconsin as a global leader in water-related science, technology and economic growth. Water is the fastest growing sector of the world’s economy. Director Roger Haro of UWL’s River Studies Center will outline why our institution, the only UW-System campus next to the Mississippi River, is uniquely poised to be a leader in the FCW.
While there is no cost for this session, we ask that you register so we know how many guests to expect. In addition, you will have the opportunity to submit questions for the presenter when you register. (All questions will remain anonymous.)
What’s new Wednesdays
The Freshwater Collaborative of Wisconsin: UWL and Our Great River
Wednesday, April 28, 2021
5 - 6 p.m. Central Time
Online: event link will be emailed to you by noon on April 28.
Free; pre-registration required.
Register via the registration form below (scroll).
If you are viewing this information on the UWL calendar of events click here to see event details and registration information.