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Wyoming EPSCoR

422 Wyoming Hall Dept 3622

1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-3545

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Broader Impacts

Broader Impacts (BI) projects include communicating intellectual merit and engaging community in our work. These programs are core to Wyoming EPSCoR's efforts to increase diversity in the sciences and expand research efforts statewide. Much of this work is done through Education, Outreach and Diversity.

Follow our Broader Impacts effort on Social Media through the Wyoming EPSCoR Blog!

For more information on the Summer Research Apprentice Program SRAP - take a look at its page!


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Outreach

Meetings with Stakeholders: A central focus of WyCEHG is to engage with stakeholders throughout the state in an open, two-way dialogue: researchers will inform stakeholders of research progress and capabilities, and stakeholders will identify emergent focus areas important to them. For more information, contact Ginger Paige.

Local Water Forums: Place-based meetings allow participants to identify and work with decision makers and interested parties in the regions near the WyCEHG research sites. Participants include federal and state agencies (Bureau of Land Management, United States Forest Service, United States Geologic Survey), resource managers (State Engineers Office, Wyoming Water Development Commission, Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts) and end users (Basin Planning Councils, irrigation districts). For more information, contact Ginger Paige.

Water Interest Group meetings: Hosted every two years, these scientific workshops connect Wyoming-based agencies, researchers and stake holders, private and public partners, researchers and managers/researchers from the region who are active in areas relevant to the program.

Collaborations with NCAR: Wyoming EPSCoR collaborates with the National Center for Atmospheric Research to offer trainings in code writing and model development at the Wyoming Supercomputing Center.

Critical Zone Observatories: WyCEHG quantifies processes and properties of the surface and near subsurface, which together embody the "Critical Zone" (or CZ), where water, rock, air and life meet in a dynamic interplay that generates soils, sustains ecosystems and shapes landscapes. Our work is closely aligned with growing national and international initiatives in CZ research and tackles issues of water sustainability in the US West and thus is well aligned with the goals of NSF'sScience, Engineering, and Education for Sustainability (SEES) portfolio, including the WSC initiative.


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Wyoming EPSCoR

422 Wyoming Hall Dept 3622

1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-3545

EPSCoR Logo
Find us on Facebook (Link opens a new window) Find us on Twitter (Link opens a new window) Find us on YouTube (Link opens a new window)

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