HWISE-RCN is a community of scholars and practitioners who research and work in the interdisciplinary field of water insecurity. The RCN is an NSF-funded initiative (2018-2023) dedicated to building a community of practice that fosters key analytics and theoretical advances coupled with the development of research protocols and standardized assessments to document, benchmark, and understand the causes and outcomes of water insecurity at the household scale.

HWISE Mentorship Highlight: Asher Rosinger

Dr. Asher Rosinger is the Ann Atherton Hertzler Early Career Professor at Pennsylvania State University. He founded and directs the Water, Health, and Nutrition Laboratory (https://hhd.psu.edu/bbh/research/research-labs/water-health-and-nutrition-lab) alongside undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate researchers to understand cross-cultural variation in how humans meet…

HWISE-RCN Member Michelle Kooy, with Bosman Batubara and Nila Ardhianie, lead talk to conclude King’s College Department of Geography seminar series

On March 31st, HWISE-RCN member Michelle Kooy, with Ph.D. fellow Bosman Batubara and Nila Ardhianie from the Amtra Institute, presented “Re-enchanting more-than-urban water metabolism through degrowth: contestation and experimentation in Semarang, Indonesia.” This presentation was a part of the King’s…