Signature Research Seminar “Water in an Urban-Rural Gradient” with speaker Thomas J. Baerwald, NSF Program Director

Thursday, April 29 2010 at 8:30 AM

Members of the university community are invited to attend the seminar “Water in an Urban-Rural Gradient” by Thomas J. Baerwald, NSF Program Director. This seminar will be followed by a workshop and discussion on the signature area research area “Transition of Landscapes and the Structures they Support from Wilderness to Urbanization.” This event is a continuance of the Feb. 3 meeting led by Dr. James Gosz regarding this important research area.

The Seminar and Open Forum will be held April 29, 8:30 – 12 p.m. PST Commons Whitewater/Clearwater Rooms (continental breakfast provided at 8:00 a.m.) and by remote connection at the following locations: University of Idaho Boise (UI Boise 162), Coeur d’Alene (CDA 128), Idaho Falls (IF1 - TAB350 A/B), Boise State University (SM 116), and Idaho State University (VA117).

This emerging area requires expertise from nearly all academic units on campus. Find out more about the keynote speaker, view the meeting agenda, or participate in online conversations about this and other areas of distinction online: