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  Chris Clayton  

Chris Clayton is the water quality program director with the River Alliance of Wisconsin, where he has worked since 2005. In his role, he tackles issues related to agricultural runoff and implementation of the state’s innovative “Phosphorus Rules.” Chris leads the Southeastern Wisconsin Watersheds Trust Inc.’s activities to reduce polluted runoff from farmland. To demonstrate a successful way to achieve this goal, he works with the Ozaukee County Land and Water Management Department to reduce phosphorus runoff from 4,000 acres of farmland in a small watershed that drains to the Milwaukee River. Prior to this work, Chris managed Wisconsin’s Volunteer Stream Monitoring Program in partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Chris holds a Master of Science degree in water resources management from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He also served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Guatemala.

 

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Six Sigma Black Belt Recipients
Fall 2013
Congratulations to:

Kyle Anderson
Brandon Barbieri
Greg Farrell
Mark Johnson
Lee Jordan
Timothy Kobb
Eric Leal
Kenneth Maglia
Melvin John Mangalindan
Brad Nasgovitz
Jacob Sloan
Cecilia Stingley
Mitch Taylor

Spring 2014 Engineering Programs Catalog

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Water Technology Certificate
Congratulations to the latest recipient of UWM's Water Technology Certificate in fall 2013:

Daniel Frigge


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