The Texas Water Resources Institute offers workshops periodically on Watershed Modelng using LDC and SELECT. For more information on other trainings offered visit the Natural Resources Training Program website. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available upon course completion.

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About the Instructors

Kyna Borel is a Research Associate in the Biological & Agricultural Engineering Department at Texas A&M University. She has completed water quality analysis using LDCs and SELECT for five watershed projects and is currently working on three watershed projects. She received her master of science in biological and agricultural engineering with a focus in water quality engineering from Texas A&M in 2011. In 2009, she received her bachelor of science from Texas A&M University in agricultural engineering.

R. Karthikeyan, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in the Biological & Agricultural Engineering Department at Texas A&M University. He received his Ph.D. from Kansas State University. His research interests focus on engineering biochemical processes for water quality control and resource recovery. Dr. Karthi is currently serving as an Associate Editor for Transactions of ASABE and Applied Engineering in Agriculture and Section Editor for Journal of Natural and Environmental Sciences. He has received the College of Engineering BP Teaching Excellence Award, Excellence in Teaching Award in the Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department, and the Texas AgriLife Extension Service Superior Service Team Award for Plum Creek Watershed Protection Plan. He is also a Motague Teaching Scholar in the Center for Teaching Excellence.

Kevin Wagner, Ph.D., currently serves as associate director of the Texas Water Resources Institute where he provides leadership for institute water programs. Wagner works with internal and external stakeholders in developing priorities for water resources research and extension programs and develops inter-disciplinary teams for addressing these high priority issues.