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About Us

Contact Information

Please send any mail to

Center for Research in Water Resources
Pickle Research Campus
Bldg 119, MC R8000
University of Texas
Austin, TX   78712

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Center Research in Water Resources
Pickle Research Campus
Bldg 119
10100 Burnet Rd
Austin TX 78758

You can also reach us by phone, fax or email.

Phone: (512) 471-3131
Fax: (512) 471-0072
Email: Sharon Bernard at sbernard@mail.utexas.edu

Staff

Below is a listing of the primary staff members of the CRWR. Please see our listing of staff responsibilities and information for greater detail.

Sharon A. Bernard
Senior Adm. Associate
sbernard@mail.utexas.edu

Marcy Betak
Administrative Associate
littlepage@mail.utexas.edu

Susan Swanson
Administrative Associate
susan.swanson@mail.utexas.edu

Administrative Staff Organizational Chart

Research Staff Organizational Chart

Mission

Welcome to the Web site of the Center for Research in Water Resources, a research component of the Bureau of Engineering Research at The University of Texas at Austin. Located at UT's J.J. Pickle Research Campus, CRWR carries out advanced research, education, design, and planning in water resources and waste management, primarily related to Texas but also involving other areas of the country as well as foreign countries.

The mission of CRWR is to:

  • serve as the central focus for environmental and water resources research at the University;
  • communicate the results of its advanced research to government, industry, and other educational institutions;
  • work with other agencies and institutions in Texas to solve the State's complex water problems:
  • act as a regional center for water-related research, education, planning, and practical design;
  • share relevant experience and provide support to graduate students of the University by involving them in applied research