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Wendy Jepson named 2022 AAAS Fellow

Wendy Jepson, Ph.D., Texas Water Resources Institute associate director, has been recognized as a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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New staff members join Texas Water Resources Institute urban water team in Dallas

Over the last few months, the Texas Water Resources Institute has added two new research scientists to the team: Sayd Randle, Ph.D., and Bardia Heidari, Ph.D.

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Dr. Becky Bowling on the future look of urban Texas

In her new role at the Dallas Center, Dr. Becky Bowling is eager to work to make Texas’ growing urban landscapes more water efficient and uniquely beautiful in their own Texan way.

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ICYMI: Dallas Center program spotlight

In case you missed it, our November 2019 Conservation Matters program spotlight focused on the Texas A&M AgriLife Center at Dallas, or Dallas Center.

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Meet a scientist: Genhua Niu

Dr. Genhua Niu is always on the lookout for the next agricultural innovation. As a professor of urban agriculture at the Texas A&M AgriLife Center at Dallas, she studies how growing environments can be adjusted to enhance plant growth and quality in urban settings, such as by manipulating the light quality, light intensity or nutrient solution.

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txH2O highlight: Home sweet home

Did you know that Texas A&M AgriLife opened the first WaterSense-labeled house in the Dallas-Fort Worth region? We spotlighted the home in our Fall 2013 issue of txH2O and you will find it on page 12 in the issue’s pdf.

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