Arizona Project WET (APW) develops water stewardship and STEM literacy by providing teacher professional development focused on 21st century skills, direct student outreach that delivers or extends classroom learning, and community engagement.

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Teacher and Students smile for the camera!
Mar 25, 2014 | Water Resources Research Center

The Town of Gilbert recognized Arizona Project WET (APW) following... Learn more.

Rio Salado Park Sign
Mar 03, 2014 | Water Resources Research Center

APW's Discovery Program, recently launched at Rio Salado in... Learn more.

Jesse Gonzalez's GK-12/Heatwaves Poster on Water Quality
Mar 03, 2014 | Water Resources Research Center

Jesse Gonzalez, a graduate student in the UA Dept. of Chemical... Learn more.

Booth-Fickett Indoor School Water Audit, Faucet Flow Rate Measurement
Feb 26, 2014 | Water Resources Research Center

APW and Booth-Fickett Science and Math Magnet School in Tucson have... Learn more.

Recognition for APW

Nov 21, 2013

Kerry Schwartz, Arizona Project WET director, was presented with a... more

Nov 21, 2013

Kerry Schwartz received recognition for serving as a member on the... more

Nov 21, 2013

The Office of the Mayor presented Kerry Schwartz with a Certificate... more

Nov 08, 2013

Arizona Project WET receives the 2004 Water Conservation Field... more