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Archive – February 2013

We are please to announce that Graduate Student Ted Segal has received the Undergraduate and Graduate Engineering Councils' Excellence in Teaching Award for courses taught in Spring 2012 and Fall 2012.   He will be honored alongside other awardees at a luncheon ceremony in the Friend Center Convocation Room on Thursday, February 21st. Congratulations to Ted on a well-deserved honor!  
"VIRTUAL WATER TRADE" HELPS COPE WITH CLIMATE CHANGE Climate change is likely to push nations to adjust their trading patterns to make more efficient use of water, according to new research from a team that integrated separate models of hydrology, climate change and trade policy. As water resources become scarcer or more unevenly distributed across the globe, countries that use water efficiently in agriculture will become more active trading partners, said hydrologist Ignacio Rodri