World Water Day 2017: Wastewater
Dr. George Tachobangluous, professor emeritus from the University of California, Davis, has accepted our invitation to present the World Water Day Distinguished Lecture. His areas of interest include wastewater treatment and solid waste management, and he has been the author or co-author of 23 textbooks and eight engineering reference books.
This year’s activities will include the World Water Day Distinguished Lecture, the Student Poster Competition, the Green Film, “Last Call at the Oasis”, the Art Show, the Wastewater Panel Discussion, and a Wastewater Footprint Installation in the Memorial Union Building.
Students may enter “Original Research” posters based on their thesis work, or they may enter “Coursework/Informational” posters based on coursework or literature-based research. Additional points are earned for incorporating the World Water Day theme, Wastewater, in the Coursework/Informational posters. Cash prizes are awarded in both categories.
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