Water Resources Fact Sheet
: The Water Resources program is a unique graduate education and research program that focuses on defining and solving water resource management concerns by considering all aspects of a basin and integrating those considerations.
The mission of Water Resources, and its research arm Waters of the West (WoW), is to advance an interdisciplinary approach to managing the world's water resources.
To develop contemporary leaders in interdisciplinary water resources management.
WoW was a blue-ribbon initiative that was awarded $1.5 million for five years by the University of Idaho to establish the program. The funding was awarded in April 2006 and the Idaho State Board of Education approved the Water Resources graduate degree program in April 2007.
As of fall semester 2011, there were 52 students enrolled in the Water Resources degree program.
Morrill Hall 214-216, University of Idaho, 83844-3006
Jan Boll, PhD, professor, biological and agricultural engineering
Water Resources is administered through the same office as UI’s Environmental Science Program. For more information, please call the main office at (208) 885-6113 or email@example.com. Any staff member in the office will be able to assist you.