Water Fellows Program
MSU Center for Water Sciences brings together a distinct group of Michigan citizens, known as the Water Fellows, and nationally-esteemed water scientists to discuss important water issues. The Water Fellows workshops take place on odd-numberes years and each one explores a different water issue. For access to past workshops and more information:
- 2007: Waterborne Pathogens
- 2009: Stormy Weather and Stormwater Impacts: Keeping Michigan Clean and Green
The following article is about the first Water Fellows workshop and contains a discussion about the format used for all the workshop series. Creating a Dialogue for Effective Collaborative Decision-making: A Case Study with Michigan Stakeholders
MSU Center for Water Sciences is able to host the Water Fellows Program with the support from:
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If you have any question about the Water Fellows Program, feel free to contact Dr. Erin Dreelin.