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IWC celebrates its alumni achievements from 2008 to 2015

A special video – launched at International WaterCentre’s 10th anniversary event on 29 October 2015 – celebrates the growing IWC Alumni Network and showcases some of the key achievements and testimonials of the alumni group.
IWC celebrates its alumni achievements from 2008 to 2015

July 2015 MIWM graduating class (The University of Queensland)


Video Alumni celebration

 

With IWC celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, it was timely to reflect on the achievements of its growing IWC Alumni Network (IWCAN) who is a contributing factor to IWC's success in promoting integrated water management across the world.

Since 2008, 800 Alumni from 76 countries have joined a growing community of water professionals from all over the world who have graduated from one of IWC's education and training programs:

 

Semester 2 Graduation Dinner 2015

MIWM Graduates and IWC Education Team at Semester 2 Graduation Dinner, 15 December 2015


This year alone, 45 students graduated from IWC’s flagship program, the MIWM program. In addition, 24 students completed the Water Leadership Program, and IWC provided short courses and online courses for over 160 professionals from all over the world.

Some of the 2015 graduates are featured through profiles and final project summaries:

Featured MIWM graduates (full-time)

   Ben Cartwright
Ben Cartwright

(United Kingdom)

 Diana Madrigal
Diana Madrigal
(Costa Rica)
Watch video
 
 Maegan Walker
Maegan Walker (Australia)
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Suzanne King
Suzanne King
(United States)

 Vanh Mixap profile
Vanh Mixap (Laos)


Featured MIWM graduates (part-time/distance)

  Murray Dancey
Murray Dancey
(Australia)

 Dan Green
Dan Green
(Australia
)


 Frances Nelligan
Frances Nelligan
(Australia)


 Kristin Lee
Kristin Lee
(Australia)



Rory Hunter
Rory Hunter
(Australia)

 

All students graduating from IWC’s education and training programs automatically join the IWCAN which connects IWC graduates, practitioners and researchers to share knowledge and implement the principles of integrated water management. 14 Alumni Ambassadors currently volunteer to represent IWC programs and courses in their home countries.

More information

  • Learn more about IWCAN
  • Read IWC news about its Alumni:

      - Partial scholarships available for self-funded students    

      - IWC Alumnus looks at wastewater treatment energy efficiency

      - International WaterCentre Alumni Network (IWCAN) AGM and networking event

 

Published 12 December 2015.

 

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