A panel discussion on drought science and policy in California, from declining groundwater levels and conservation policy to long-term rainfall and climate projections featuring diverse speakers from scientific, political, and policy backgrounds. Leading the discussion are Newsha Ajami, Director of Urban Water Policy with Water in the West and NSF-ReNUWIt; Noah Diffenbaugh, associate professor in the School of Earth Sciences and Senior Fellow at Woods; David Crane, lecturer in public policy and SIEPR research scholar; and Steven Moore, appointed member, California Water Resources Control Board. Both undergraduate and graduate STEM students are encouraged to attend and learn more about the Stanford Public Policy program, courses and joint degrees, and opportunities to explore careers in science policy. The event is free and takes place in the Shriram Center, Room 104; the discussion begins at 6 pm, with reception at 5:45 pm. Please RSVP here by May 4th.