New article from CREWS JRW Natural Resource Social Science team focuses on challenges rural communities face with public water systems
A recent publication from the Natural Resource Social Science team highlights the challenges facing rural communities in the arena of public water systems—namely, the locally-managed infrastructure that delivers domestic water to homes in settled areas like small towns and cities.
NSF EPSCoR research helps demonstrate Proficiency-based Education for STEM teachers
When Montana State University educator-trainer Jeannie Chipps needed an authentic Montana research project to use as a model for teaching Proficiency Based Education, she turned to Montana NSF EPSCoR researcher Rob Payn.
CREWS Undergraduate Research Highlight: Rachel Anderson
Meet Rachel Anderson, an intern with the 2022 CREWS Undergraduate Research Internship program!
CREWS Graduate Students Present at Diving into Data Workshop
CREWS graduate students Riley Logan and Megan Moore presented their research at a Diving into Data workshop hosted by the Science Math Resource Center in February
Researchers from CREWS NRSS and JRW Teams Celebrate Publication of Two Articles
Researchers and students from the CREWS Natural Resource Social Science and Judith River Watershed teams published two articles in 2021 on rural drinking water systems and infrastructure
CREWS Field Notes: Judith River Watershed
This summer, researchers and students from the CREWS-Judith River Watershed team continued efforts to investigate nitrate processing in stream-riparian corridors through groundwater and surface water sampling.
CREWS Undergraduate Research Highlight: Sean Williams
Meet Sean Williams, an intern with the 2021 CREWS Undergraduate Research Internship program!
CREWS Undergraduate Research Highlight: Zoe Durkin
Meet Zoe Durkin, an intern with the 2021 CREWS Undergraduate Research Internship program!
New coloring activity for kids illustrates CREWS research in the Judith River Watershed
A new activity developed by Montana NSF EPSCoR teaches kids about the Judith River Watershed and how CREWS researchers are studying the water and land in the region.