Michel Jarraud, Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organization and Chairperson of UN-Water, spoke at the UN Water Talks event on 24 April. He reflected on global climate change issues, humanitarian implications, adaptation and development needs as well as WMO's role and response rega...
Michel Jarraud, Secretary General of the World Meteorological Organization and Chairperson of UN-Water, talks about the new cooperation agreement with the Institute to sponsor fellowships, his views on the UNESCO-IHE Global Campus, and future collaboration possibilities in research and the need...
On 23 April 2013, ms. Judith M. Kaspersma successfully presented and defended her PhD thesis and was awarded with a Doctoral degree. Professor Guy Alaerts was her promoter and Dr. Jill Slinger was her co-promoter. The PhD research focused on 'Competences in Context. Knowledge and capacity develo...
Watch the graduation ceremony of our MSc students live here. Start time: 15.00 hrs GMT + 1
View UN Water Talks 'Climate Change and Water: Friends or Foes?' below.
On 18 April 2013, Prof, András Szöllösi-Nagy, rector of UNESCO-IHE and Luis Angel Montenegro Padilla, minister-director of the National Water Authority (ANA) of Nicaragua signed a cooperation agreement supporting research in water and development.
From 16 to 18 April, UNESCO-IHE participated in the strategic conference on ‘Water in the Urban Environment: Bringing research to the market’ in Brussels. The focus was on building bridges between research and water related societal challenges.
On 16th of April 2013, Mr. Ebenezer D.O. Ansa successfully presented and defended his PhD thesis and was awarded with a Doctoral degree. Professor dr. H.J. Gijzen was his supervisor and Dr. H.J. Lubberding his co-supervisor.
Flood Risk MSc students Lydia Cumiskey (Team New York) and Shristi Vaidya (Team Alblasserwaard-Vijfheerenlanden) participated in The Challenge Urban Deltas 48h pressure cooker event.
The Brazilian Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation, the National Council for Scientific and Technical Development and HidroEX are inviting applications for fellowships to study and conduct research at UNESCO-IHE.