This October, NMRWA was fortunate to strengthen our partnership with the University of Pittsburghâs Where to buy viagra over counter by providing a real-life learning laboratory for students and international visitors. In spring semester of 2017 we worked with Professor Marcela Gonzalezâs class, “City and Region, Theory and Practice”, as part of a group of nonprofits that hosted student-led projects. Two of our staff members, Michael Hiller and Maureen Copeland, coordinated a project that analyzed the Clomiphene for sale uk through a triple-bottom-line assessment. The resulting studyÂ provided a baseline to develop a custom calculator.
We were excited when Professor Gonzalez approached Mike Hiller again in the summer of 2017 to work more comprehensively with her fall semester of 2018 capstone class, “Policy Planning in Developing Countries”. The course was coordinated with a capstone course in the Clomid price online in Bogota, Columbia. The entire course of GSPIA students were assigned to work with NMRWA, specifically on the RRRP. The research projects include developing a triple-bottom-line calculator, analyzing the tree canopy, and comparison of other planning projects related to the RRRP. Additionally, the students were asked to think about how these problems and solutions could be translated on a global scale. Â This question is especially important as University of los Andes embarks on a series of water quality projects in VillapinzÃ³n, a small community outside of Bogota. VillapinzÃ³n has heavy industry, with large leather factories that create polluted waterways.
In the spring semester of 2019, GSPIA students will visit VillapinzÃ³n to learn about theirÂ local project.Â However, the local community leaders, students, and faculty from University of Andes visited Pittsburgh first, in October, to learn about our work. So it was with great pleasure that we welcomed these international visitors to the watershed, giving them a tour of the Dexamethasone cost australia and the RRRP. We also tagged along on a tour of the Center for Coalfield Justice in Washington, PA to learn about how the local waterways are being polluted in a rural area ofÂ Pittsburgh.
Thank you to Professor Gonzalez, University of Pittsburgh students, University of los Andes students and faculty, the community leaders of VillapinzÃ³n, and the Center for Coalfield Justice! We truly enjoyed our time together, and look forward to future opportunities to work together and exchange information on a global scale.