If you are a nonprofit organization who could use technical assistance or volunteers, please contact:
Dr. William Strosnider
Director, Ecological Engineer
Nonprofit organizations perform vital service in the restoration of watersheds, both at home and abroad. These nonprofits often affect great positive change with very limited personnel and budgets, impacts that could be amplified with technical assistance, focused research or simply additional manpower.
This is where the Center for Watershed Research & Service (CWRS) is called to serve. The CWRS helps match nonprofit partners in need of assistance with faculty and students from various academic schools and degree programs at Saint Francis University.
CWRS was founded with support from the
Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds with funds appropriated from the 2011 GenOn Energy Inc. settlement agreement.
The Center's mission is to provide expert assistance and manpower to
amplify the watershed restoration efforts of domestic and international
nonprofit organizations and to advance the watershed restoration body of
The Center for Watershed Research & Service (CWRS) has a diverse team of faculty that span environmental engineering, chemistry, history, communications, and biology; reflecting the multi-faceted nature of environmental problems and truly sustainable solutions.
Meet the Team
The Center for Watershed Research & Service (CWRS) helps match nonprofit partners in need of assistance with faculty and students from various academic schools and degree programs at Saint Francis University. Below are some of the organizations, corporations, and
agencies that have partnered with the center.
The following academic products have been produced by the Center for
Watershed Research & Service (CWRS) faculty to address research
questions of interest to our nonprofit partners.
*denotes graduate student author** denotes undergraduate student author
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