CSU-WATER partners with CSU campuses, centers and affinity groups, as well as external partners, to host or co-host a variety of events, including conferences and workshops. These events highlight work and research being done within the CSU system, provide learning opportunities for students, and bring together stakeholders for collaboration.

​​Upcoming Events


Past Events


October 25, 2023 | Translating Academic Research into Community Benefits by CSU-WATER: SGC Capacity Building Grant Kick-Off | Webinar

August 24, 2023 | California Water Commission & CSU-WATER Interactive Webinar | Webinar


October 27, 2022 | CSU-WATER & SCCWRP Workshop on Water Resources Economics | Costa Mesa

September 23, 2022 | Fulbright Scholar Program: What you need to know! | Webinar
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Ritin Bhaduri - Fulbright Scholar Program
Steve Blumenshine - Fulbright Adventures in Germany & Thailand
Jamie Kneitel - Insights from an Alumni Ambassador
Cheryl Logan - Galápagos Corals: Canaries in the Coal Mine

August 31, 2022 | Getting the Most Out of Your Student Engagement Experiences | Webinar
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Winny Dong - Mentoring Undergraduate Students in Research
Ever Barraza - Transforming Educational Pathways in a Servingness
Diane Podolske - Helping Students Make the Most of Their Experience


May 9, 2019| Water Resources & Underserved Communities Symposium | CSUN

January 17, 2019 | Solving Homelessness in the S​anta Ana Watershed | CSU San Bernardino

WRPI partnered with Inland Empire Waterkeeper to bring together nearly 130 leaders from the State of California, local cities, counties, educational institutions and non-profit government organizations for a working symposium to collaborate on the topic of homelessness in the watershed. Speakers included those leading the strategic work to end homelessness from San Bernardino, Riverside and Orange Counties.


January 12, 2018 | Organizing Disadvantaged Communities for Success | CSU Dominguez Hills

This conference brought together state, regional and local officials who are responsible for administering local grants for disadvantaged communities to address energy, air quality and water management issues. The program was organized in the three topics areas, specifically designed to educate our elected officials and city manager, public works, community development and grant administration staff, businesses and community groups.


July 23, 2015 | Environmental Justice Issues within the Coachella Valley | CSUSB Palm Desert Campus

April 23, 2015 | CSU Disadvantaged Communities Center Conference | CalEPA, Sacramento