Mortenson Center Digest - Aug. 13 , 2019
Program News
Congratulations Graduates!
The Mortenson Center congratulates the following students graduating this summer: 

Christopher Joseph - M.S. in Civil Engineering/Civil Systems
Reid Lustig - M.S. in Civil Engineering/Civil Systems
Michael Reinisch - M.S. in Environmental Engineering
Kenneth Wallace - M.S. in Environmental Engineering
SweetSense Inc. & Mortenson Center Recognized for Pushing Boundaries of Innovation at CU

SweetSense Inc. is partnering with local governments to implant remote satellite sensors in wells throughout drought-stricken African nations. Evan Thomas, Director of the Mortenson Center and  SweetSense CEO, along with research teams, monitor the water supplies of more than a million people in Kenya and Ethiopia using satellite-connected sensors. "I'm confident that we can make a positive difference and leverage the tremendous resources of the University of Colorado for the benefit of our partner communities around the world," Evan says. Learn more about CU Innovation & Technology.

On Campus
ALTEC Language Courses
Various Dates - Starting Soon

The Anderson Language and Technology Center (ALTEC) offers evening, non-credit, no test language classes. In addition to French, Spanish and Italian, this semester offerings include beginner Japanese and Thai. Learn more. 
OU International Water Conference
Mon-Tue., Sept. 16-17, 2019
University of Oklahoma

The Conference Theme is Quest for Water Security: Quantity, Quality and Equity. Some topics the invited speakers and 70-80 presenters will discuss are: Water systems and sustainability; Sanitation and wash systems; Water governance and social equity; Hydrology and water security and much more. Register today. 
Job Opportunities

Foreign Service Construction Engineers Accepting Applications
Tue. Sept 3, 2019 - Deadline to Apply

Foreign Service Construction Engineers oversee all aspects of new construction and major renovation of U.S. diplomatic facilities around the world. Construction Engineers work with multi-disciplinary teams in the Bureau of Overseas Building Operations  to build resilient, secure, and functional facilities that support U.S. diplomacy worldwide and that represent American values and the best in innovative American architecture engineering.
Digital Communication Strategist
Bay Area, CA
Apply A.S.A.P.

The Earth & Environmental Sciences Area (EESA) within Berkeley Lab has created a new role to help advance its digital communications portfolio. The new Digital Communication Strategist will manage EESA's digital assets, online presence and visual communications. Learn more and apply.
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