Colorado State University

Fort Collins, Colorado

Colorado State University (CSU) has offered excellent water education and research opportunities since Elwood Mead joined the faculty in 1882. Ralph Parshall developed the principles of the world famous Parshall Flume while working on the CSU campus in the 1920s. Today over 200 CSU faculty in 25 departments apply their disciplines to water-related topics. They teach over 100 water-oriented courses including engineering, environmental ethics, soil science, sociology, watershed science, political science, fisheries and economics. For more information about water education and research opportunities available at CSU, please refer to the CSU Water Center home page:
For further information, contact:
CSU Water Center
Phone: (970) 491-2695
Reagan Waskom
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(970) 491-6308