This year's forum is an event organized for students, by students. The SWWF is committed to providing opportunities for graduate, undergraduate, and high school students, across all disciplines. Students will present insights on a variety of water-related issues. It is our hope that this conference will act as a catalyst for future water initiatives and activities in our community and around the world.
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Dr. Paul Trawick
Department of Anthropology, Idaho State University
“Moving the world toward sustainability: Principles gleaned from ‘real-world’
examples in water management.”
Friday, November 18 at 4:00 pm
Davidson Math and Science Center (DMSC)
Nell J. Redfield Foundation Auditorium
Water is humankind's most essential resource and influences all aspects of life on the planet. The Student World Water Forum has been a student organized event since 2003, committed to providing opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines to share ideas and collaborate with others on water resource issues. It also serves as a venue for students to gain professional public speaking experience as well as advice on presentation techniques and styles by evaluators from the professional community. It is our hope that this conference will act as a catalyst for future initiatives and activities on water in our community and around the globe.