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The ASCP is a campus-wide program with the explicit mission of reducing the Auraria Campus’ ecological impact and dependence on fossil fuels.
The ASCP regularly hosts events and provides opportunities to volunteer on campus and within the Denver community.
The Environmental Science Club is comprised of a community of individuals who value and appreciate the natural environment. This club focuses on fun, environmentally based events to allow members to connect with the environment in a variety of ways. Members can also look forward to making new connections both personally and academically. Any student on Auraria campus is welcome to join, regardless of major!
If you would like to connect with the Environmental Science Club, you can email:
Or on Instagram @envsciclub
Papers & Presentations
Sarah A. Schliemann, Nels Grevstad, Randi H. Brazeau- Water quality and spatio-temporal hot spots in an effluent-dominated urban river
Jennifer Riley-Chetwynd- Saving Your Relationship with Water
The American Water Resources Association (AWRA) is dedicated to the advancement of water resources research, planning, development, management, and education.
Project WET (water education today) advances water education to understand global challenges and inspire local solutions.
American Fisheries Society has a career center that connects fisheries professionals with job opportunities.
Find jobs with Colorado Certified Water Professional’s Job Board through Colorado’s Department of Public Health & Environment.
Seven Seas Media has put together a job board for ocean conservations jobs.
Search entry-level, water resource jobs, water consultancies, water, sanitation, and hygiene jobs, and internships.