|Grace obtained a BS degree in Environmental Science from Wheaton College in 2005. After dabbling in woodworking, farming, and consulting, she came to CSU in 2009 to study dryland agroecosystems and cropping systems. Towards the end of her MS degree, she developed a strong interest in plant responses to water and nutrient stress, and is now working towards a doctoral degree in crop physiology.|
The primary mission of I-WATER is to prepare Ph.D. students to work in an interdisciplinary team-based activity. Our research themes involve interacting teams of hydrologists, meteorologists, ecologists, and management experts. I-WATER features problem-focused research to bridge basic and applied science by combining fundamental research on scientific problems with application of scientific knowledge to actual resource issues.
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