Science is the key to our success.
At the Water Institute, we believe that evidence matters, and that good science should drive both policy and practice. Our goal is to ask the right questions, collect the evidence, and use that evidence to improve service delivery and water resources management.
Abstracts for the 2024 UNC Water and Health Conference are now being accepted through May 1, 2024. The conference will be held on October 14-18, 2024 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Water Institute's team member and graduate student Anushka Banerjee was recently interviewed by Gillings Global School of Public Health about her work and interests including at the Institute. Read the full interview here.
Tuesday, February 6, 2024
Accepting research abstract submissions through May 1, 2024
Tuesday, March 5, 2024
Environmental Sciences and Engineering (ESE) department's monthly social event for faculty, staff and students
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WI is an official collaborating center of the WHO.
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The Knowledge Hub is the place to find all of our publications, reports, digests, briefs, manuals, webinars, videos and any shareable product that has been produced by the Water Institute.