Bryan W. Brooks, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Environmental Science and Biomedical Studies and director of the Environmental Health Science Program at Baylor University, has been elected to the rank of AAAS Fellow, announced today by the Council of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest general scientific society and publisher of the Science family of journals.
Robert Doyle and Melissa Mullins were recognized by @neprisapp for virtually connecting with students nationwide! Giving students insight into their careers and professional paths has been a great (and easy) way to give back. Join us in inspiring the next generation!
CRASR, the City of Waco and the Mayborn Museum hosted a screening of Thirst for Power, a documentary that explores the energy-water nexus.
JB Smith Waco’s first-ever Green Communities Conference was held Wednesday at Baylor's BRIC facility.
Dr. Caleb Robbins and Melissa Mullins (taking the picture) sample pond gas trapped in a floating chamber. The chambers are deployed for 24 hours to collect greenhouse gases (GHGs; CO2, CH4, N2O) emitted from ponds to the atmosphere. The team is part of an international collaborative effort to study green house gases in small, but abundant and understudied, human-constructed water bodies.
Silver Spring, MD -- Continuing the tradition of placing early career professionals in Washington, D.C. federal government offices, NOAA and Sea Grant are pleased to announce the finalists for the 2023 class of the Sea Grant John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship program. The 2023 class represents the largest in recent years with 86 finalists. Since 1979, over 1,550 fellows have completed the one-year Knauss fellowship program, applying their experience to lasting careers in science, policy, and public administration.
Silver Spring, MD -- Continuing the tradition of placing early career professionals in Washington, D.C. federal government offices, NOAA and Sea Grant are pleased to announce the finalists for the 2023 class of the Sea Grant John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship program.
CRASR volunteers, faculty, staff and students participated in STEMfest 2022 at the Mayborn Museum, along with many other community organizations.
The Teachers in State Parks program had a successful launch despite record-breaking heat.
Climate change is a complex topic that can be intimidating to teach.
CRASR joined other Baylor departments to celebrate Juneteenth at Waco’s celebration in Brazos Park East.
Explore your water with How’s My Waterway.Enter a location to find out about water quality anywhere in the US.
This summer, CRASR is participating in Village Wednesdays at the Mayborn Museum’s Historic Village on Wednesdays from 10 am to 12 noon.
CRASR faculty, staff and graduate students worked with Texas Sea Grant and the Matagorda Bay Foundation to host several days of teacher workshops in the Matagorda Bay area.
Around 80 students at Connally Jr. High participated in a CRASR Water Festival on May 20.
CRASR hosted a workshop for City of Waco Parks and Recreation Department staff to experience activities they can use to engage youth around water topics.
CRASR celebrated Earth Day by hosting a Waco Creek Clean-Up by the Baylor Science Building on Friday April 22nd.
Urban REAP (Renewable Energy and Agriculture Project), part of Mission Waco, hosted CRASR’s water fest for a community day on April 9th.
CRASR Intern Lindsay Ross lead Girl Scouts Brownies and Juniors through a Water Engineering Challenge at the Central Texas STEMfest. Over 75 participants were in attendance at the 10th annual event- CRASR has participated every year since it began!
CRASR is accepting applications for the Matagorda Bay B-WET teacher professional development to be held June 8-10 2022 in Palacios TX. The workshop is a hands-on field experience and offers great participation incentives for teachers. Check out the Matagorda B-WET Flyer or the details posted on the CRASR/Matagorda Bay webpage – applications close April 15!