|Water Resources Research Institute fellows, advisers present research |
The North Dakota Water Resources Research Institute (NDWRRI) sponsored a day of seminars by research fellows and advisers at the North Dakota Heritage Center in Bismarck on April 15. There were 12 presentations attended by more than 60 water professionals.
The advisory committee of the institute, consisting of Bill Schuh of the North Dakota State Water Commission, Gregg Wiche of the U.S. Geological Survey and Mike Sauer of North Dakota Department of Health, were instrumental in the institute hosting the event in Bismarck.
The presentations can be viewed online or downloaded from www.swc.state.nd.us/4dlink9/4dcgi/redirect/index.html. The second text section pertains to the WRRI seminars. Select “here” for a menu of talks.
The NDWRRI was founded in 1965 by authority of Congress as one of the 54 institutes throughout the nation and is administered through the U.S. Geological Survey. Each year the institute, supplemented by 15 percent match from the North Dakota State Water Commission, grants fellowships to graduate students at North Dakota universities for research in water-resource related areas on a competitive basis.
For information on NDWRRI, contact G. Padmanabhan, director of the institute, at (701) 231-7043 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
-- Steve Bergeson, Senior Writer, NDSU University Relations, email@example.com, 701 231-6101