On March 22, 2018, Program Assistant Hanna Bates was awarded a CYtation Award from the Iowa State University Professional & Scientific Council at Iowa State University for performing above the call of duty at the Iowa Water Center. She is one of approximately 12 others to receive this award this year. Advertisements
The 104(g) National Competitive Grants program is one of three grant programs administered annually by the Iowa Water Center in coordination with the National Institutes for Water Resources (NIWR). Due Date: Preproposals are due February 15, 2018 Submit to: State Water Institute or Center (that is us – email to firstname.lastname@example.org) Award maximum and duration:… Read More The 2018 104(g) National Competitive Grants Program is now open
Recently, we announced the open call for presentations for the 2018 Iowa Water Conference. (There’s still time to submit your abstract – the deadline is September 4 at 11:59 p.m.!) We have had some great submissions thus far, and look forward to reviewing them with the Iowa Water Conference planning committee. However, it occurred to… Read More Make a Suggestion for IWConf18
The Iowa Water Center is pleased to unveil our new logo! It’s been five years since the Iowa Water Center last redesigned the logo, and it’s amazing how things have changed in that time. New staff, new projects, and a reinvigorated commitment to enhanced water management across the state have better defined our focus as… Read More IWC Debuts New Logo
Cultivating a Community of Practice for Watershed Management Submitted by Melissa Miller, Associate Director of the Iowa Water Center The word is starting to get out on one of our latest Iowa Water Center initiatives: Watershed Management Authorities of Iowa (WMAs of Iowa). This is a statewide organization to unite the ever-growing numbers of Watershed… Read More Watershed Management Authorities of Iowa
Melissa Miller, Associate Director for the Iowa Water Center, was selected to join the 2017-2018 cohort of the Iowa State University’s Emerging Leaders Academy. The Emerging Leaders Academy provides participants the opportunity to learn about and explore the different institutional best practices and research on leadership on the Iowa State University campus.
2017 Greene Soil and Water Conservation District Summer Internships Duration: 10-12 weeks, 40 hours per week Locations available: Jefferson, Iowa (Greene County) Pay: $12.00 per hour Qualifications: Open to any students currently enrolled in college or recent graduate majoring in a field of study related to agriculture, conservation, engineering, construction trades, GIS, communications, public relations,… Read More SWCD Internship Available (Greene County)