ALL THE WATER THAT EVER WAS, IS NOW.
The science, politics, law, history, poetry, music, art, spirituality, architecture, fashion, use, misuse, past, present, future, here, there and everywhere of water. 14-16 February, 2010 at the Holt Conference Center, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas. Free and open to the public.
Trinity University will be offering CPEs for teachers at the Water Symposium. One CPE will be awarded for each contact hour. Teachers should check in at the front desk at the symposium to obtain the necessary paperwork.
36 symposium sessions: check them out!
The last planning meeting is on Wednesdays, Feb. 10 at NOON, at Trinity University, Underwood Room (connects to Skyline Room.). If you want lunch you buy your own.. Everyone is welcome. The easiest place to park in the Alamo Stadium parking lot off of Stadium Drive. Walk across the street at the crosswalk and the Coates University Center will be on your left. Enter Coates about midway up, go up the stairs and walk down the hallway that appears across the lobby at the top of the stairs. The Skyline room is on your right.
Sunday, 14 February at 5:30 pm
Sunday, February 14 at 6:30 PM
Char Miller, long-time chair of the history and urban studies program at Trinity University, is now the director of the environmental analysis program and the W. M. Keck Professor of Environmental Analysis at Pomona College, Claremont, California. As the WATER Symposium’s featured speaker, Char will set contemporary San Antonio and Water in a wider context along with select readings from his just-released 2 companion volume books, Water in the 21st-Century West and River Basins of the American West published by Oregon State U Press. Book-signing to follow.