“Water Resource Management and sustainable development”
by Thomas Cech, Metropolitan State University of Denver
Tom Cech was born and raised on a farm near Clarkson, Nebraska, graduated from Kearney State College with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Math Education, and later received a Masters Degree in Community and Regional Planning from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. He was Executive Director of the Central Colorado Water Conservancy District in Greeley, taught water undergraduate and graduate level water resources courses at the University of Northern Colorado and Colorado State University, and is now the Director of the One World One Water (OWOW) Center for Urban Water Education and Stewardship at MSU Denver. He is the author of the world wide famous book “Principles of Water Resources: History, Development, Management, and Policy “.
October-December 2018 (Lupattelli Lab Ground floor)
#1 Water management for early to modern civilization: October 17th — 9-11am
#2 Water laws and the right to water: November 7th — 9-11am
#3 Human geography and sustainable water development: November 14th — 9-11am
#4 Water Resource Management and urban planning: December 5th — 9-11am
#5 Water Resource Management and urban planning: December 19th — 9-11am
The event is free to attend, registration is not required, but credits will be provided only to attending students.
CFU/ECTS: 3 credits to RICS, MICO and all @Unistrapg students completing the cycle of 5 seminars (10 hours)