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Insights into IWC's Masters program: A video message from a graduate

Maegan Walker, an Australian environmental consultant and data analyst for a mining company, recently graduated from International WaterCentre's Master of Integrated Water Management. She shares her insights into the Masters program and her final project.

Maegan Walker is part of the 2015 cohort of Master of Integrated Water Management (MIWM) students which recently graduated.

"My career aspiration is to be involved in the field of catchment management and land use planning. The main lesson I have taken away from the program has been the importance of local communities in the decision-making process. This understanding will be crucial in my future career as I hope to work closely with local communities", she said.

Her final project was a combination of a desktop study and critical review in which she analysed the methods taken by Healthy Waterways to develop social benefit indicators for waterway health monitoring against the key principles of integrated water management.

The aim of her project was to assist Healthy Waterways in the development of their social monitoring program and deliver recommendations as to how they might overcome the barriers the program was experiencing.


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Read more about Maegan Walker's final project or see her profile page.







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