Events

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UCFWG Topic Meeting
May 13 2021
The Upper Clark Fork Working Group (UCFWG) will meet on Thursday, May 13 at 12 p.m. 
A creek running through a CREWS-JRW field site
CREWS-JRW Team Meeting
May 4 2021
The CREWS-JRW team will meet on Tuesday, May 4 at noon
CREWS lead Rob Walker stands in front of a field in the Powder River Basin
CREWS-PRB Team Meeting
Apr 29 2021

More information coming soon! 

Thesis Defense - Kaitlin Perkins
Apr 26 2021
Kaitlin Perkins from UM will defend her thesis on Monday, April 26
Thesis Defense - Alec Johnson
Apr 22 2021
Alec Johnson will give his thesis defense on Thursday, April 22 at 9 a.m.
A creek running through a CREWS-JRW field site
CREWS-JRW Team Meeting
Apr 20 2021

Presentation from Amos Taiswa, Ph.D. Student, Montana Tech

Amos Taiswa

“Polydopamine-Copper RO Spacers – A Lasting Solution to Biofouling”

Thesis Defense - Jacob Prater
Apr 20 2021

THE SPATIAL INTEGRATION OF POINT-MEASURES: A HIERARCHICAL ASSESSMENT OF RIVERINE NITRATE DYNAMICS 

Jacob A. Prater

M.S. Systems Ecology 

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CREWS Water Quality Professional Panel
Apr 19 2021

Join the Water Quality Professional Panel to learn more about the types of careers that can be found in the environmental water fields. The panelists, partners of the Upper Clark Fork Working Group, will represent federal agencies, state agencies, and private companies at various stages of their careers.

Agenda

I) 2:30-3:00 pm - join Zoom

2)3-3:05pm Introductions (HMV)

3) 3:05-3:35pm   Professional history

4) 3:35-4:05  Responses to specific questions

CREWS-PRB lead Rob Walker stands in front of a field in the Powder River Basin
CREWS-PRB Team Meeting
Apr 15 2021

Presentation from Galip Yiyen, Ph.D. Student at Montana State University

More information coming soon!

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Citizen Science Month Kit Giveaway at MSU Library
Apr 13 2021

Montana NSF EPSCoR and other Montana State University (MSU) partners are giving away free citizen science kits on April 12 and 13 on the second floor of the MSU Library. The kit includes supplies to do three citizen science projects; information on several other free projects; plus details on how the subjects of the projects connect to authentic MSU research.