We are seeking sponsors to encourage participation across campus. In addition, we welcome private industry and community members to sponsor breaks or other portions of the event.  If you are interested in sponsoring a student or portion of this event please contact us! We want to thank the following sponsors for their support during the 2022 AGU Hydrology Days:

The One Water Solutions Institute at Colorado State University solves real-world water challenges through applied research and innovative technologies to create sustainable solutions and roadmaps to plan, design, and manage water resources and linked systems more efficiently.

The CSU Office of the Vice President for Research facilitates a rich network of centers and institutes to provide a convening point for scholars of different disciplines to move discoveries in practice and technologies into the market.

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at CSU is internationally recognized for our research, education, and outreach focused on providing sustainable and resilient solutions to improve the quality of life for all society.

The Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering is using its classrooms and laboratories to educate the next generation of innovators, entrepreneurs, and corporate and civic leaders.

The Colorado Water Center serves to catalyze excellence in water research, teaching, and engagement by fostering interdisciplinary collaborations and creative scholarship.

The Center for Environmental Justice aims to make environmental justice central to how CSU, faculty, students, and our broader communities view sustainability and democracy.

The InTERFEWS Graduate Program brings together PhD students from traditionally disparate disciplines to conduct research on key problems in the FEW nexus with a focus on water-scarce, arid regions.

External Sponsors


The Agricultural Research Service (ARS) is the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s chief scientific in-house research agency tasked with finding solutions to agricultural problems that affect Americans every day from field to table