Based on our mission to enhance both knowledge and stewardship of freshwater resources, Stroud Water Research Center has supplemented its research efforts by developing education programs to communicate our science to public audiences in both formal and informal settings.
Starting with such projects as the Leaf Pack Experiment Kit and the Leaf Pack Network®, through our Art and Science workshops to Model My Watershed and Geoscience Education projects, we reach thousands of students, hundreds of teachers and many members of the public annually.
05 Oct 2012 - Faculty and students from the University of Delaware presented research on watershed issues at a recent symposium that brought together a variety of...
08 Mar 2013 - Christina Basin Clean Water Partnership Task Force Explores Potential for WikiWatershed to Engage Stakeholders and Public
04 Dec 2012 - Steve Hicks, Stroud Water Research Center’s research engineer, has launched a blog aimed at sharing wireless sensor network ideas, designs,...
16 Nov 2012 - For five weeks in October and November, 4th and 5th grade students participated in an after-school science club where they learned about critical...
05 Nov 2012 - Students present benefits of collaborating with CZOs for their annual geophysics field trip.
26 Sep 2012 - A blog post describing recent stream restoration efforts highlighted on the 2012 annual Christina River Basin Bus Tour.