As Extension program specialist for the Texas Water Resources Institute, Nathan Glavy works on watershed planning projects and trainings, as well as water quality and riparian education. He also provides leadership for various research and extension projects, working with university faculty, state, local and federal government agencies and stakeholders, to address statewide water-related issues.
Glavy initially joined the institute as a graduate research assistant in 2017. He received his master of water management in water management and hydrological sciences from Texas A&M University and his bachelor of science in environmental studies with a minor in geography from Texas A&M University as well. Glavy’s research interest include water conservation and education, water policy, and public health issues associated with drinking water quality.