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 Irene J Klaver
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Irene J Klaver
Professor-Philosophy
 
Contact address   University of North Texas/ Department of Philosophy and Religion, 1155 Union Circle # 310920, Denton, Texas 76203     Office LocationEnvironmental Science Building, Room No.: 310 
Email  Irene.klaver@unt.edu    Contact Number 9405653331    Contact Number: 9405652266    Fax No: 9405654448   
Graduate Faculty Membership Status: Full Membership-Permanent   
toggle toggle Professional Preparation
 DegreeMajor/Thesis/DissertationInstitutionYear
 Doctor of PhilosophyPhilosophy/ Indeterminacy in Place. Committee members: Edward S. Casey (Director), Mary Rawlinson, Anthony Weston, Peter Manchester, Stephen A.Tyler (Outside Reader: Professor of Anthropology and Linguistics, Rice University)State University of New York (SUNY) at Stony Brook, NY1988-96
 Master of ArtsPhilosophyNew School for Social Research, New York1987-88
 Master of Arts(Cum Laude) Political Theory/ Social Sciences/ De Moed der Wanorde: Noodzaak voor Onbepaalde Ruimte in Stadsplanning (The Courage of Chaos: Necessity of Indeterminate Space in City Planning)University of Amsterdam1985-87
 Bachelor of ArtsPsychology/PhilosophyUniversity of Amsterdam1977-84
toggle toggle Courses Taught By Semester --- Organized Classes will be uploaded from THECB Data file
SemesterSubjectCourse NumberSectionCourse NameCalculated Semester Credit HoursSyllabus 
Spring 2014PHIL2500001Introduction to Contemporary Environmental Issues Download Syllabus
Fall 2013PHIL2500005Introduction to Contemporary Environmental Issues Download Syllabus
Fall 2013PHIL4650001Philosophy of Water Download Syllabus
Spring 2013PHIL2500001Introduction to Contemporary Environmental Issues Download Syllabus
Fall 2012PHIL2500005Introduction to Contemporary Environmental Issues Download Syllabus
Fall 2012PHIL4650001Philosophy of Water Download Syllabus
Spring 2012PHIL4700001Environmental Ethics Download Syllabus
Spring 2012PHIL4800001Postmodernism Download Syllabus
Fall 2011PHIL2500001Introduction to Contemporary Environmental Issues Download Syllabus
Fall 2011PHIL6650001Philosophy of Water Issues  
Spring 2011PHIL2500001Introduction to Contemporary Environmental Issues Download Syllabus
Spring 2011PHIL4650001Philosophy of Water Download Syllabus
Fall 2010PHIL2500001Introduction to Contemporary Environmental Issues  
Fall 2010PHIL6500001Cultural Criticism24 
toggle toggle Research and Expertise
Philosophy of Water Issues, Cultural Studies, Environmental Philosophy,Twentieth Century Continental Philosophy, Aesthetics
 

toggle toggle Appointments
Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)RankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
2008UNESCO visiting Research Professor  Headquarters UNESCO, Paris, France
2000-2006Assistant Professor  University of North Texas
2006Associate Professor  University of North Texas
2003DirectorPhilosophy of Water Issues Project University of North Texas
1999Assistant Professor  California State University-Stanislaus
1997-1998Post-Doctoral Research Position  Wageningen University, The Netherlands
1997-1998Instructor  Leiden University, The Netherlands
1996-1997Instructor  University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
1994-1996Instructor  Montana State University-Billings
1989-1994Lecturer  State University of New York at Stony Brook
1989-1994Lecturer  State University of New York at Stony Brook
1990-1993Instructor  Suffolk Community College (New York)
1992Instructor  Saint Joseph College (Connecticut),
2013ProfessorPhilosophyCollege of Arts and SciencesUniversity of North Texas
toggle toggle Faculty Workload
Duration (YYYY - YYYY)Percentage TeachingPercentage ResearchPercentage Service
2013-2014404020
2012-2013404020
2011-2012404020
2010-2011405010
2009-2010205030
toggle toggle Publications
  Type  Publications per page   1  2 3 4 5 6 7 8 
  YearPublication  Type
2009
Published
A holistic approach: the intangible mental, spiritual and cultural health benefits of protected areas,”
Persic, Ana and Irene J. Klaver
International Union For Conservation Of Nature (IUCN)
Journal Articles
2009
Published
Sharing Water Internationally, Past, Present And Future"Mexico And The United States,”
Donahue John and Irene J. Klaver
Southern Rural Sociology, 24,1: 7" 20
Journal Articles
2009
Published
Neighborly Waters, Sharing Water Internationally between Mexico and the United States
Walsh, Henry C., Irene J. Klaver and John Donahue
Island Press has expressed interest
Books Edited
2009
Grazed: Ranching, Water and Open Space in the Era of Sub-Division
Klaver Irene J. and C. Melinda Levin
Postproduction funding in negotiation with KERA television.
Softwares
2008-2010
The Global Rivers Project II
 
Co-Director of the Mekong Section
Softwares
toggle toggle Editorships
Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)OrganizationPositionClassification
1988-1989PRAXIS International  
 Hypatia, Journal of Feminist PhilosophyManuscript ReviewerProfessional Editorial Service
 BioScienceManuscript ReviewerProfessional Editorial Service
 Philosophy and GeographyManuscript ReviewerProfessional Editorial Service
 Natural HazardsManuscript ReviewerProfessional Editorial Service
 Sustainable Communities ReviewManuscript ReviewerProfessional Editorial Service
 Environmental EthicsManuscript ReviewerProfessional Editorial Service
 Feminist StudiesManuscript ReviewerProfessional Editorial Service
 University of Minnesota PressManuscript ReviewerProfessional Editorial Service
 Continuum PressManuscript ReviewerProfessional Editorial Service
 Ethics & The EnvironmentManuscript ReviewerProfessional Editorial Service
 Nature and CultureManuscript ReviewerProfessional Editorial Service
toggle toggle Major Work in Collections
YearName of WorkPlace Held
 Global Rivers ProjectContent expert and advisor for the Global Rivers Project. A collaboration between American University, Washington D.C. (Ganges River)
toggle toggle Presentations and Projects
  Presentations/Projects per page   1  2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 
Start DateEnd DatePresentation/Project
2008 2009 project on Water and Cultural Diversity (WCD). International Hydrological Programme (IHP) of UNESCO
Mission:  development of methodological guidelines and policy recommendations for mainstreaming cultural diversity in integrated water resources management.
2006 2008 I. "River Cultures and Ecological Futures"
Collaborative initiative of the Philosophy of Water Project with UNESCO's Division of Ecological and Earth Sciences in Paris with Mr. Natarajan Ishwaran and Dr. Irene Klaver as Co-Directors. In the initiative UNESCO Biosphere Reserves and linked landscapes of trans-boundary river basins are priority areas for focused interdisciplinary research. Goal is to develop a cultural component in transnational ecosystem based water management and to implement this component in water policy practices and in the educational curricula of engineering and water management institutions.




2006 2007 2006-2007--Upper Trinity Watershed Partners, monthly meetings September 15, 2006, Dallas Arboretum; 2nd Annual Water Educators Workshop & Reunion with national social marketing expert, Nancy Lee -Sept 9-10, Los Angeles, Culture Clash, Water and Power Play LA River
2006 2007 2006-2007-Daniel Bozhkov, Recent Works & Underground Waterworks: Rainmaker's Workshop
 2009 “Outlook on Ideas of Water” launching Water and Humanity: Historical Overview, of the UNESCO Book Series The History of Water and Civilization, World Water Forum 5, Istanbul, Turkey, March 20, 2009
toggle toggle External Funding
 Performance Period (YYYY - YYYY or Present)TitleSponsorFundingRoleStatus
2006-2009Grant for Philosophy of Water ProjectThe Dixon Water Foundation$500.00Principal InvestigatorCompleted
2008Charn Uswachoke International Development Fund GrantUniversity of North Texas$4,000Principal InvestigatorCompleted
2008Center for Spanish Language Media GrantUniversity of North Texas$2,500Principal InvestigatorCompleted
2008Charn Uswachoke International Development Fund GrantUniversity of North Texas$4,000Co-PICompleted
2007Rio Grande portion of the Global Rivers Documentary ProjectC. Melinda Levin. Submitted to Center for Spanish Language Media$2,500Co-PICompleted
2003-2006Mission: to approach water issues at the cultural, social-political, economic, ethical, philosophical and scientific interfaceThe Dixon Water Foundation$300,000Co-PICompleted
2005New Orleans, the Mississippi Delta, and Katrina: Lessons from the PastNSF Division of Earth Sciences$48,438Principal InvestigatorCompleted
20022002 Junior Faculty Summer Research FellowshipUniversity of North Texas Principal InvestigatorCompleted
1999Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity GrantCalifornia State University-Stanislaus Principal InvestigatorCompleted
1997"How Background Practices Produce Intelligibility"National Endowment for the Humanities Grant OtherActive
 Evaluating the combined effects of chemical and non-chemicall stressors on the Ponca Tribe of OklahomaPonca Tribe Atkinson, Figueroa, Gross, Hook, Huggett, Klaver, La Point, Sewell, Venables. Biological Sciences$1,244,565.70Co-PICompleted
toggle toggle Affiliations
 Professional Affiliation
American Philosophical Association (APA)
Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (SPEP)
International Association of Environmental Philosophy (IAEP)
 Professional Affiliation
Merleau-Ponty Circle
Society for Ecological Restoration (SER)
American Society for Literature and the Environment (ASLE)
International Association for Philosophy and Literature (IAPL)
Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA)
Texas Society for Ecological Restoration (TX-SER)
toggle toggle Teaching
Biol 5650/ University of North Texas
 

ENG150:College Composition
 
Montana State University-Billings, 1994-1996


HUM 171: Humanities: Ancient and Early Medieval Period
 
Montana State University-Billings, 1994-1996


HUM172:Humanities: Renaissance till Contemporary Period
 
Montana State University-Billings, 1994-1996


PHI 100: Introduction to Philosophy: Ancient Philosophy
 
SUNY at Stony Brook, 1989-1994

PHI 100: Introduction to Philosophy: Modern Period
 
SUNY at Stony Brook, 1989-1994

PHI 100: Introduction to Philosophy: Concepts of the Person
 
SUNY at Stony Brook, 1989-1994

PHI 1010/ California State University-Stanislaus
 

PHI 104:Moral Reasoning
 
SUNY at Stony Brook, 1989-1994

PHI 105.01:Philosophy of Religion
 
Montana State University-Billings, 1994-1996


PHI 105.01:Philosophy of Religion
 
Montana State University-Billings, 1994-1996

PHI 105.02:Native American Culture
 
Montana State University-Billings, 1994-1996


PHI 105.02:Native American Culture
 
Montana State University-Billings, 1994-1996

PHI 105: Politics and Society
 
SUNY at Stony Brook, 1989-1994

PHI 115: Environmental Ethics
 
Montana State University-Billings,1994-1996

PHI 117:Philosophy of Life: Environmental Ethics
 
Montana State University-Billings, 1994-1996


PHI 244: American Pragmatism and Nineteenth Century American Landscape Painting
 
Saint Joseph College (Connecticut),Fall 1992

PHI 2700/ California State University-Stanislaus
 

PHI 284: Introduction to Feminist Theory
 
SUNY at Stony Brook, 1989-1994

PHI 3010/ California State University-Stanislaus
 

PHI 303: Elusive Logic of Native American Trickster Figures
 
Montana State University-Billings, 1994-1996


PHI 308: Twentieth Century Philosophy
 
SUNY at Stony Brook, 1989-1994

PHI 320: Philosophy of Art
 
Montana State University-Billings, 1994-1996

PHI 323:Philosophy of Perception: Phenomenology
 
SUNY at Stony Brook, 1989-1994

PHI 360:Women Thinkers in Western Tradition
 
Montana State University-Billings, 1994-1996

PHI 4960/ California State University-Stanislaus
 

PHI/HUM 111: Environmental Ethics
 
Suffolk Community College (New York),Fall 1993 

PHI/HUM 111:Sexism and Humanities
 
Suffolk Community College (New York),Fall 1990

Phil 2050/ University of North Texas
 

Phil 2330/ University of North Texas
 

Phil 2500/ University of North Texas
 

Phil 3330/ University of North Texas
 

Phil 4600/ University of North Texas
 

Phil 4960/ University of North Texas
 

Phil 5450/ University of North Texas
 

Phil 5710/ University of North Texas
 

Phil 5960/ University of North Texas
 

Phil 6120/5960 / University of North Texas
 

Political Philosophy: Multiculturalism and National Minorities
 
Leiden University, 1997-1998

Political Philosophy: Violence in Twentieth Century
 
University of Amsterdam, 1996-1997

Prescott College for the Liberal Arts and the Environment, AZ, Mentor to the Adult Degree Program, 2005-2006
 

UCSR1980/ University of North Texas
 

UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands, Co-Teaching Short Course on World History of Water Management, Sept 15-19, 2008
 

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Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)Student NameClassificationTypeProject/Thesis/Dissertation
2007Erin DalyCommittee Member of Master of Arts Theses (Philosophy)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingBetween Logos and Eros: New Orleans Confrontation with Modernity
2007Elizabeth McAnallySupervision Master of Arts Theses (Philosophy)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingToward A Philosophy Of Water: Politics Of The Pollution And Damming Along The Ganges River
2007Brian BoeCommittee Member of Master of Arts Theses (Philosophy)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingTree Seedling Survival and Growth in a Bottomland Old-field Site: Implications for Ecological Restoration
2005Liz MauritzCommittee Member of Master of Arts Theses (Philosophy)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingEthical Implications of Ecological Restoration
2005Sarah McCallCommittee Member of Master of Arts Theses (Philosophy)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingKarst Terrain in Southern Trelawny, Jamaica: Implications for Water Systems Development
2005Evan Thomas LeonardSupervision Master of Arts Theses (Philosophy)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingEmbeddedness: Agrarianism and the Environment
2005Bernadette DonahueSupervision Master of Arts Theses (Philosophy)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingThe University of North Texas Footprint: Towards an Interdisciplinary Ecological Applied University Land Ethic,”
2004John ColaruotoloCommittee Member of Master of Arts Theses (Philosophy)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingRevealing Reveiling Reveling, Music Composition
2004Bill ForbesCommittee Member of Doctoral Theses (Environmental Sciences)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingLearning with Leopold: Revisiting Land Health, Place, and Culture in Mexico’s Rio Gavilan
2004Tami BarryCommittee Member of Doctoral Theses (Environmental Sciences)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingEvaluation of the Biological, Economic, and Social Feasibility of Bioconverting Food Wastes with the Black Soldier Fly (HERMETIA ILLUCENS)
2003Timothy RileySupervision Master of Arts Theses (Philosophy)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingTrans-boundary river basins: a discourse on water scarcity, conflict, and water resource management
2003Andrew Kristopher ShortCommittee Member of Master of Arts Theses (Philosophy)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingBuber, Levinas, and the Non-Human Other: Toward a More Inclusive Environmental Ethic
2003Christine S. BentonSupervision Master of Arts Theses (Philosophy)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingConnecting Corridors in Conservation and Philosophy: An Approach to Situated Judgment through the Ambiguity of Boundaries and Intruders
2002Nathan DinneenSupervision Master of Arts Theses (Philosophy)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingRanges of Consideration: Crossing the Fields of Ecology, Philosophy, and Science Studies
2000Tami CordellCommittee Member of Master of Arts Theses (Philosophy)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingWomen and Wilderness: Embodiment in Sports and Nature
 Benjamin DunnSupervision Master of Arts Theses (Philosophy)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingAnalysis of Brundtland Report Report of the World Commission on Environment and Development
 Wayne BeckerCommittee Member of Doctoral Theses (Environmental Sciences)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingLand Management Through Grazing
 Candace StewartCommittee Member of Doctoral Theses (Environmental Sciences)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingEnvironmental Education
 Thad HaasSupervision Master of Arts Theses (Philosophy)Graduate Mentoring/Advising“Fire and Philosophy: A Concept and a Practice”
 Charlene TiddrickCommittee Member of Master of Arts Theses (Philosophy)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingThe Consideration of Culture and Local Knowledge in Appalachian Environmental Policy
 Scott FriskicsSupervision Master of Arts Theses (Philosophy)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingRanching in the West
toggle toggle Committees
Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)CommitteePositionClassification
2008-presentUNT Sustainability CouncilMemberAdministrative Service to the University
20013-2014Executive CommitteeChair 
2006-2008Executive CommitteeMemberDepartment of Philosophy and Religion Studies UNT
2004-2008Graduate Admission CommitteeChairDepartment of Philosophy and Religion Studies UNT
2008Biology Department: Assistant Professor Evolutionary BiologyMemberSearch Committee-College of Arts & Sciences
2008Anthropology Department, Environmental Anthropology PositionMemberSearch Committee-Outside Member, New Faculty Search
2006-2007Ad hoc research and visiting scholar seminar CommitteeChairDepartment of Philosophy and Religion Studies UNT
2007History Department, US West/Environmental HistoryMemberSearch Committee-Outside Member, New Faculty Search
2007Institute of Applied SciencesMemberSearch Committee-Outside Member, New Faculty Search
2007Department of Communication Studies: Assist/Assoc Prof Interpersonal Comm.MemberSearch Committee-College of Arts & Sciences
2007Department of Communication Studies: Assistant Professor Rhetorical StudiesMemberSearch Committee-College of Arts & Sciences
2007Department of Radio, Television and Film: Lecturer Audio and Video ProductionMemberSearch Committee-College of Arts & Sciences
2007Department of Physics: Assistant Professor AstronomyMemberSearch Committee-College of Arts & Sciences
2007Department of Geography: Assistant Professor in GISMemberSearch Committee-College of Arts & Sciences
2007Department of Political Science: Ass Prof in International or Comparative PoliticsMemberSearch Committee-College of Arts & Sciences
2007Department of Geography: Assistant Professor Environmental ArcheologyMemberSearch Committee-College of Arts & Sciences
2007Biology Department: Assistant Professor LimnologyMemberSearch Committee-College of Arts & Sciences
2007History Department: Lecturer World HistoryMemberSearch Committee-College of Arts & Sciences
2007History Department, World History PositionMemberSearch Committee-Outside Member, New Faculty Search
2004-2006University Steering CommitteeMemberAdministrative Service to the University
2000-2006Guest Speaker CommitteeMemberDepartment of Philosophy and Religion Studies UNT
2000-2006Departmental Search CommitteeMemberDepartment of Philosophy and Religion Studies UNT
2000-2006John C. Creuzot Scholarship CommitteeMemberDepartment of Philosophy and Religion Studies UNT
2004-2005Graduate Program CommitteeMemberDepartment of Philosophy and Religion Studies UNT
2001-2003Steering Committee of The New Directions InitiativeMembera collaboration of different universities and institutions to integrate scientific research with the humanities in interdisciplinary partnerships for researching multiple aspects of environmental issues
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Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)OrganizationPositionClassification
2007-Presentand Environmental Engineering (BEE) ProgramFaculty MemberUNT College of Engineering
2000-PresentUNT Institute of Applied Science (IAS),UNT Institute of Applied Science (IAS)Faculty MemberFaculty affiliated with University of North Texas Environmental Sciences Program
 IAS Interdisciplinary Research Team Monthly Meetings
toggle toggle Honors and Recognitions
YearTitleHonoring Organization
1988-1992Departmental Teaching FellowshipSUNY at Stony Brook
1987-1988Vera List Fellowship, awarded by the New School for Social Research for study at the New School
1987-1983Fellowship for study in the United States 
toggle toggle Field Experience
Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)Company/OrganizationPosition
2007-presentNorth Texas Energy and Environment ClubFaculty Advisor
2009NEH Summer Stipend Internal CompetitionReviewer
2005Outside evaluator of scholarly and teaching qualities (Colgate University)Assistant Professor
toggle toggle Professional Community Engagement
YearOrganizationRoleType of Service
2008-presentThe Dixon Water Foundation/Scientific Advisory CouncilBoard Member 
2008UNESCO, Division of Ecological and Earth Sciences UNESCO; River Cultures-Ecological FuturesVisiting Research Professor 
2007-PresentUNT Team for Cumulative Risk Assessment Task Forceorganized by the Office of Environmental Justice and Tribal Affairs (OEJTA), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Analysis of the combined effects of multiple stressors over time on the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma
2007-08Working Group for New CollegeRepresentativeDepartment of Radio, Television and Film, Journalism and Communication Studies
2007-08College of Arts & SciencesAdvisorDiversity Advisory Representative
2007-08UNT Team for Cumulative Risk Assessment Task ForceOrganizerOffice of Environmental Justice and Tribal Affairs (OEJTA)
2007WaterWays—Confluence of Art, Science, Policy and PhilosophyExecutive DirectorInterdisciplinary and international water conference at UNT
2007National Great Rivers Research & Education Center, Mississippi and Living with Great RiversDirector of ResearchConference Organizing
2007Waterkeeper Alliance and Chief Prosecuting Attorney for the Hudson RiverkeeperPresidentConference Organizing
2007Government of India; Center for Policy Research, New DelhiFormer SecretaryConference Organizing
2007RiverSpheresDirector RiverSphere ProjectConference Organizing
2007University India’s River Linking Plan: History and Current DebatesPresident/ DirectorConference Organizing
2003-2007The Dixon Water Foundation/Board of DirectorsBoard Member 
2001-2003Mexico-North ConsortiumUNT RepresentativeConsolidation of intiative to make the University of North Texas member of The Mexico-North Research Network
2001Troodos Archaeological Survey Project (TASP)Humanista project of the Cyprus-American Archeological Research Institute (CAARI) and the University of Glasgow to determine the long-term effects of land use on the landscape.
1997-1999Kennis en Methode, Tijdschrift voor Empirische Filosofie (Dutch journal for Empirical Philosophy)/Editorial BoardBOARD MEMBER 
1996-1998Terra Nova: Nature and Culture (MIT Press)/Editorial BoardBOARD MEMBER 
1983-1987Culture Group of KRISIS, Tijdschrift voor FilosofieMember 
 Steering Committee/Upper Trinity Watershed Partners (UTWP)Board Member 
 Board of Directors/International Association for Environmental PhilosophyBoard Member 
 Environmental Ethics/Editorial Advisory BoardBoard Member 
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ART EVENTS:
Daniel Bozhkov: Recent Works & Underground Waterworks
Rainmaker's Workshop
Faculty at the Yale University School of Art, Columbia University, and the Rhode Island School of Design.  Artist Lecture on New Installation Piece: Rainmaker’s Workshop
Philosophy in Film Series: WATER, by Deepa Mehta
Live Music: Trio Montuno


Conference Organizing

Common Grounds, Common Waters: Toward a Water Ethics, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA March 14, 2008.  Klaver Symposium Chair with Gabriel Eckstein, Director, Center for Water Law & Policy of Texas Tech University.  Co-organized with Santa Clara University Journal of International Law, Santa Clara University Center for Global Law & Policy, Texas Tech University School of Law.  See http://scjil.wordpress.com/ Goal: identifying crucial elements for a water ethics that fairly represent various interests and that might lay the foundation for compromise, cooperation, and sustainable management of fresh water resources.  Keynote speaker:  Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner, Bob Johnson.


OTHER INTERDISCIPLINARY ACTIVITIES
•Initiative with Ken Dickson, Professor Biological Sciences, to explore the establishment of an interdisciplinary Track in Ecological Restoration and Management at UNT, in cooperation with Faculty from Biology, Environmental Science, Philosophy, Geography and Community Service.-2003
•Exploration of collaborative studies and education with Universidad Mixteca and Universidad del Mar in Oaxaca, Mexico.  Meeting with Modesto Seara, Rector of these Universities, David Hartman, Dean of Community Service, Tom La Point, Director Institute of Applied Sciences and faculty of Engineering and Computer Sciences.-2003   


PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT
Water on the Edge: Six Photographers
Dornith Doherty, Curator, Prof. of Photography, UNT EESAT Building: 
Third Floor

Waterways of India, EESAT
Eagle Exhibit 
Hall
George Alfred James, Assoc. Prof. of Philosophy & Religion Studies



WORK SHOP ON RAINWATER HARVESTING
North Texas Drought and Water Conservation, Rodney Love, Owner of Tierra Designs, Rainwater Harvesting/Waterwise Landscaping, Denton, TX
The Advantages of Rainwater Harvesting, Richard Heinichen, Owner of Richard's Rainwater, First Company Licensed to Bottle Rainwater in America, and Mayor of Tanktown, Dripping Springs, TX


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