Thursday, November 1, 2018
APW-Getting WET With ADEQ
"Super excited" was the expression used by ADEQ's water quality monitoring guru, Meghan Smart, to describe the new partnership with Arizona Project WET (APW) to begin monitoring select rivers during school field investigations. Smart, who recently delivered a brown bag presentation for the WRRC, was pleasantly surprised by APW's quick response and interest in the Arizona Water Watch
(AWW) citizen science program.
Friday, August 10, 2018
Summer Wave - August 28 WRRC Brown Bag to Feature Update on Restoring the Santa Cruz River Flow in Tucson
Thursday, February 1, 2018
APW Teaches Over 1000 About the Water Cycle at UA's Largest STEM Even Ever in Downtown Phoenix
The fourth annual Connect2STEM event at the University of Arizona's Phoenix Biomedical Campus was held this past Saturday. This year, the event increased its attendance by more than 1,000 people, drawing over 7,500 parents and children from around the valley to explore the wonders of STEM. Arizona Project WET is honored to have been a part of this incredible STEM event since the inception.
Friday, September 22, 2017 - 8:00am
STATE OF THE WATERSHED - Upper Gila River
The first annual State of the Watershed public forum will be held on September 22 at Eastern Arizona College in Thatcher, AZ. Local and state experts will share the most current information about natural and water resources in the Upper Gila Watershed.
Friday, September 15, 2017
Teachers Learn From Hydrologists at Professional Conference Workshop
Broad smiles and happy faces were the end result of Arizona Project WET (APW)'s recent Arizona Hydrological Society (AHS) Symposium 2017 Teacher Workshop, sponsored by the AHS Foundation. The theme of this year's AHS Symposium was "How to Keep the Water Flowing?" which focused on the timely topic of Colorado River shortage sharing.
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Innovative STEM Education with Remotely Operated Vehicles
Arizona Project WET (APW) collaborated with Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) to immerse 20 teachers from across Arizona in the first Underwater Robotics and Engineering Design Academy sponsored by Arizona Department of Water Resources.