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Dr. Gregory Rowangould Receives Early Career Award from EPA
February 4, 2016
Dr. Gregory Rowangould has received a prestigious Early Career award from the EPA which is a 3 year grant providing $335,605.

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UNM Studies Effects of Scouring on Highway Bridges in New Mexico
February 1, 2016
The New Mexico Department of Transportation is responsible for the safety of highway bridges over rivers and arroyos in the state. But what are their methods and how do they determine if a bridge is safe?

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UNM Center of Water and the Environment and CE Associate Heather Himmelberger Invited to the White House for EPA New Initiative
February 1, 2016
EPA announced a new initiative - the WaterCARE communities - at a White House event on January 14, 2016. Heather Himmelberger, the Director of the Southwest Environmental Finance Center (EFC), a program of the Center for Water and Environment, was in attendance

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