One World One Water Events
The following are some events you may be interested in. For the most up to date event announcements, follow the One World One Water Center on Facebook and Twitter.
Water Scarcity in the Southwest
March 19, 2014
A panelist of experts will discuss the effects of water scarcity from different perspectives and how to deal with future demands as a population grows.
The Future of Water in our Communities
Monday, March 24
History Colorado Center Auditorium
Denver, CO 80203
Doors open at 5:30pm. Tickets: $4 for History Colorado members; $5 for the general public. Call 303-866-2394 or online at History Colorado. Coloradans care a lot about their water, and it’s anticipated that the demand for water will outpace the supply of water in our state in just a few decades. What are the ways that communities are thinking about how we will conserve and share water in 20 years? 50 years? 100 years? Tom Cech, Director of the One World One Water Center, will moderate the conversation.
Water Quality Analysts Training
Thursday, March 27
The Rocky Mountain Water Quality Analysts Association will be holding a day-long training session for practicing and student water quality analysts. The One World One Water Center is a co-sponsor of the event.
Chalk Art Festival
Tuesday, April 2
April is Earth Month, start it out right with a chalk art festival! Participants will be chalking environmental illustrations out on Tivoli Commons. Visitors get to vote for their favorite illustration and at the end of the event a winner will be announced and will recieve a special prize!
Earth Month Kickoff
Tuesday, April 2
Tivoli Tower 6th Floor
"Air Quality & Water Quality - The Air We Sometimes See, The Water We Sometimes Can Drink"
The keynote speaker for this event will be Kim Abeles, internationally acclaimed artist from Los Angeles, who will discuss using art to envision sustainable and environmental issues. Groundwork Denver will share community work on air and water quality/environmental justice issues. This event is organized by Professor Richard Wagner from the MSU Denver Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. The OWOW Center is a proud supporter of this event.
Project WET Training
Saturday, April 5
Project WET is a world-class water education program for K-12 students and their teachers. Dr. Mary Heuwinkel, MSU Denver Project WET Host Institution Coordinator, and the Cherry Creek Stewardship Partners, will host this annual teacher training event. The One World One Water Center is a co-sponsor of the event.
Spring Fling Water Festival
Wednesday & Thursday, April 23-24
The One World One Water Center will once again host a water festival during the annual Spring Fling on campus. Look for us near the King Center!
Global Water Challenge
Saturday, April 26
Global Health Connection's next Global Water Spring Challenge will be held on the Auraria. More details/updates to come.
Denver Metro Water Festival
Thursday, May 21
MSU Denver, Auraria Campus
The OWOW Center, Denver Water, and Providers will be holding their first Children’s Water Festival for 800 6th graders and their teachers. Must have registered a head of time to attend. Registration is now closed.