|Event End Date||01-24-2020|
2021 Pacific Water Conference Call for Abstracts
Individuals desiring to present a paper at the 2021 Pacific Water Conference must submit an abstract, limited to 2,500 characters or less (with spaces), describing their presentation in sufficient detail to allow evaluation of the proposed topic. Presentations will be in 45 minute blocks - 30 minutes for presentation and 15 minutes of questions and answers. This conference will address a wide variety of topics related to the water and wastewater industry. All abstracts will be reviewed and selected on: Originality, Technical Content, and Quality.
In addition to the main conference presentations, the Demonstration Track will feature presentations covering a physical product or process, particularly something that would benefit a wide-range of operators. Please note that the purpose of these presentations is NOT to give a direct sales pitch for a specific product. Rather, these sessions are meant to provide a more interactive, hands-on, informal session to describe a generic piece of equipment that your company happens to provide. This track will be held within the exhibit hall in a dedicated space. A large TV (approx. 65”), laptop, and microphone will be provided for presentation material. Presentations will be in 45 minute blocks - 30 minutes for presentation and 15 minutes of questions and answers.
Please respond to this Call for Abstracts and indicate if your submission is for a Demonstration Track.
|Event End Date||09-18-2020|
|Event End Date||10-30-2020|
Despite the unusual year we are all experiencing, HWEA is happy to announce that we are still offering our scholarship program for 2021! HWEA offers two $2,000 scholarships every year to provide financial assistance to HWEA members and their dependents seeking higher education, and to encourage academic excellence. Awardee(s) will be invited to the HWEA Conference awards luncheon at no charge to receive their award.
- Any dues-paying member of HWEA (including PWO) or member’s dependent (claimed as a dependent on the member’s most recent income tax return). Preference is given to member dependents.
- Must be at least a freshman in the Fall 2021 semester at a college or university, enrolled full-time in a bachelors, masters, or doctorate degree program.
- Curriculum of study (or major) to include engineering, public health, or natural sciences (e.g. biology, chemistry, geology, microbiology, oceanography, physics, etc.), as related to the protection and enhancement of the water environment and associated public health.
- Previous HWEA scholarship awardees are not eligible.
In order to be considered, applicants must submit the proper application form (both pages), provide an official transcript of grades for the most recent academic year and submit a letter of application, including the following application form and the items listed in Item 6. of the application form.
- Applications must be submitted (or postmarked) no later than December 31, 2020.
- Awards will be announced at the HWEA Conference on February 4, 2021 (date subject to change).
- Awards will be available for Fall 2021 (or Spring 2021, if already enrolled at a college/university) and will be presented to the recipient upon proof of registration.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:
SARA LIN (Phone: 768-8752, Email: Sara@tlcghawaii.com).
|Event End Date||12-31-2020 11:55 pm|