Holly Brause receives grant from the New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute

Departmental News

Posted:  Sep 27, 2018 - 12:00am

Ethnology doctoral student, Holly Brause, received a grant from the New Mexico Water Resources Institute (WRRI) to support her dissertation research.  Her project, The Everyday Politics of Irrigated Agriculture and an Uncertain Future, focuses on the social aspects of water use, water politics, and the chile industry in New Mexico.  The WRRI provides support for water-related research through its Faculty and Student Water Research Grant Programs. Funds are made available through the institute’s federal base grant and through state appropriations. The funded projects allow New Mexico university faculty and students to pursue critical areas of water resources research while providing training opportunities for their students. Click here to read the UNM News article.