Lake Futures PI Nandita Basu was welcomed as the new Collaborative Water Program Director. The Collaborative Water Program is a unique graduate program, jointly offered by 11 departments from all six faculties across campus, offering a truly interdisciplinary learning experience to prepare students to tackle the world’s complex water problems.
Since its inception in 2014, almost 300 students have participated in the program. Nandita Basu welcomed a new cohort of 40 students into the program on January 10th. Students enter the program from a variety of disciplines, including geography and environmental management, civil and environmental engineering, earth and environmental sciences, biology, environment, resources and sustainability, architecture, applied mathematics, and chemical engineering.
More information on the Collaborative Water Program can be found at through the Water Institute.