Nicole Civita

Nicole Civita, Joel Hartter, Rudy Kahsar, Lydia Lawhon,

Masters of the Environment Graduate Program, ENVS
ENVM 6100: Masters of the Environment Clinic for Sustainable Solutions
The MENV Clinic provides opportunities for students to perform service-work, gain real-world experience, and apply newly developed skills while simultaneously creating a positive and lasting impact on communities with critical and unmet needs for sustainability planning, research, and consulting guidance. In Fall 2019, the clinic’s project will focus on sustainability planning and management, food systems and policy. In subsequent semesters, we expect additional foci to include renewable and sustainable energy,...
Joseph Ryan

Joseph Ryan

Professor, Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering
CVEN 5404: Water Chemistry
In CVEN 5404 Water Chemistry, students gain an understanding the basic concepts of aquatic chemistry and apply these concepts to assess water quality risks to public health and the environment. Adding a community-based component to the course will help students master skills of basic water quality analysis and use these concepts and skills to address water quality problems affecting Colorado communities. Students will (1) collaborate with community and stakeholder groups...