J. James Woods - Lectures in the Sciences & Mathematics

J. James Woods - Lectures in the Sciences & Mathematics

The "Woods" Series was established by a generous gift from the estate of J. James Woods. The goal of the Woods bequest is to bring prominent mathematicians and scientists to Butler University in order to speak on theories at the frontier of their disciplines, as well as on related technologies and other issues of public concern.  

Olcay Ünver

An Assessment of our Planet's Water Resources

Wednesday, Apr. 9, 2014 - 7:30 p.m., Reilly Room


Olcay Ünver is the coordinator of the United Nations World Water Assessment Programme of the UN-Water and the director of the UNESCO Programme Office on Global Water Assessment in Perugia, Italy

Prior to joining UNESCO in 2007, he was with Kent State University, where he was a distinguished professor of water resources since 2004.  During his time at Kent State, he founded the Euphrates-Tigris Initiative for Cooperation (ETIC), a track-two program that aims to support and strengthen the track-one efforts in the Euphrates-Tigris basin

Ünver holds a doctorate in civil engineering from The University of Texas at Austin.

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