Membership

Membership (6)

UCOWR invites you to become a member!

Click on the links below for more information on each type of membership.

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS INCLUDE

  • A subscription to the Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education, with its concise analysis of pressing water resources issues (8 copies for small organizations, 16 for medium organizations, 32 for large organizations and 64 for very large organizations)
  • Discount on registration fee for UCOWR’s annual conference for all organization staff
  • Collaboration with leading U.S. researchers, educators and professionals on water resources
Membership rates: Annual 2-Years 3-Years
Small Organizations (1-99 employees) $450 $850 $1,200
Medium Organizations (100-999 employees) $1,000 $1,900 $2,700
Large Organizations (1000-9,999 employees) $2,000 $3,800 $5,400
Very Large Organizations (10,000+ employees) $4,000 $7,600 $10,800

Membership is subject to approval by the UCOWR Board of Directors and is based on the July 1 – June 30 fiscal year.

For additional information call UCOWR at 618-536-7571 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  

Non-Academic Affiliate Membership Application

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS INCLUDE

  • Electronic access to the Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education, with its concise analysis of pressing water resources issues
  • Discount on registration fee for UCOWR’s annual conference for all membership institutions’s faculty, students, and staff
  • Collaboration with leading U.S. researchers, educators, and professionals on water resources

Annual Membership rate               $75

Membership is subject to approval by the UCOWR Board of Directors and is based on the July 1 – June 30 fiscal year.

For additional information call Christopher Lant, Exec. Director, UCOWR (618) 453-6020.

Click here for the UCOWR Foreign Affiliate Membership/Renewal Application.

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS INCLUDE

  • A subscription to the Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education, with its concise analysis of pressing water resources issues
  • Electronic access to all issues of Water Resources Update and JCWRE
  • Discount on registration fee for UCOWR’s annual conference
  • Collaboration with leading U.S. academic researchers, educators, and professionals on water resources

 

Regular Membership $70.00
Student Membership (electronic access only to all issues of Water Resources Update & JCWRE) $   5.00

 

Click here for the UCOWR Individual Membership Application

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS INCLUDE:

  • Hardcopy and electronic subscriptions to the Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education.  
  • Reduced registration fees at teh UCOWR Annual Conference and access to past proceedings.
  • Increased networking opportunities with water resource leaders in business, government, and academica.
  • A voice in the governance of UCOWR (1 lead delegate and up to 7 additional voting delegates)
  • Eligibility to make nominations for UCOWR Board of Directors
  • Eligibility to make nominations for annual UCOWR Awards
  Annual 2-Years 3-Years Permanent
Membership rates $450 $850 $1,200 $9,000

Membership is subject to approval by the UCOWR Board of Directors and is based on the July 1 – June 30 fiscal year.

For additional information or to join call UCOWR at (618) 536-7571 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Academic Institutional Membership Application

The Universities Council on Water Resources (UCOWR) is an association of over 80 member universities, organizations, and individuals leading in education, research and public service in water resources. Benefites from UCOWR membership include:

Advocacy
UCOWR is dedicated to developing new science and preparing leaders and technologies for the use, management, and protection of water resources. UCOWR delegates are advocates for the incorporation of contemporary issues and methodologies in the classroom, research laboratories, and the field. Evolving academic programs in water resources promoted by UCOWR are excellent curriclum models for other interdisciplinary programs.

Leadership
UCOWR’s officers and member delegates represent the nation’s leading academic professionals dedicated to expanding the knowledge base and training water resources professionals. Each year, graduates of UCOWR member universities constitute the majority of new water resources professionals establishing careers. UCOWR encourages delegates to assume leadership roles within their institutions and supports this through electronic and personal networking services. In addition, the organizational structure of UCOWR provides opportunities for leadership development through participation in committees and on the Board of Directors.

Professional Growth
UCOWR is the only professional organization embracing the entire range of disciplines involved in water resources and serving serving academic institutions and their faculties. This diversity provides the holistic perspective necessary to solve today’s complex water problems and to train the nation’s future water resources leaders. UCOWR promotes the professional growth of member delegates in order to enhance their impact and effectiveness within the community of water resources professionals. The Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education, a UCOWR publication, presents research to encourage dialog on contemporary water issues to a degree not afforded by other water-related journals. UCOWR’s annual conference provides a forum for exchanges of information in an atmosphere conducive to open discussion and network building among individuals and institutions. The achievements of outstanding water resource professionals are recognized through the UCOWR awards program, including the Warren A. Hall Medal, Ph.D. Dissertation Awards, and the Education and Public Service Award.