CSU System announces rescheduled dates to November 6-7 for Water in the West Symposium

Denver, Colo. – The CSU System today announced that the Water in the West Symposium is rescheduled for November 6-7, 2019, at Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center, 6700 N. Gaylord Rockies Blvd., Aurora, CO 80019.

The Symposium, originally scheduled for March 13-14, was postponed due to a winter storm that cancelled flights of key Symposium speakers, and shut down schools, governments, and businesses across Colorado.

The Symposium agenda is expected to be similar to the original program; agenda and speaker information will be posted and updated online at nwc.colostate.edu.

Attendee registrations will automatically be transferred to the new event dates, and tickets are now available online at nwc.colostate.edu/water-in-the-west-2019.

Registrants who cannot attend in November, or who have additional questions, are encouraged to contact the CSU System directly at waterinthewest@colostate.edu.


CSU Water in the West Symposium

Building on CSU’s legacy of leading water research and innovative solutions to water challenges, the Water in the West Symposium began as an annual event in 2018. The event is an initial offering of the future CSU Campus at the National Western Center, which will be home to three CSU buildings, including a building focused on water. The Symposium convenes diverse voices in water, features nationally renowned speakers, and leverages research, innovation, education, and creative policies to address the most pressing global water issues. Learn more at nwc.colostate.edu/water-in-the-west-2019.

Colorado State University System

The Colorado State University System is comprised of three distinct universities: CSU, a leading public research university and the state’s only land-grant institution, located in Fort Collins; CSU-Pueblo, a regional-serving campus and federally designated Hispanic-Serving Institution; and CSU-Global, the nation’s first fully accredited online university. The CSU System’s institutions serve nearly 60,000 students annually. Learn more about the CSU System and its institutions, projects, and partnerships at csusystem.edu.


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