Student presentations, projects, keynote speakers, film screenings and panel discussions about current water issues and topics will be presented at the Student Water Symposium held April 15-17 at Northern Arizona University, and students are welcome to participate.
The symposium is an opportunity for students to spark conversation about our world’s current water situation. NAU students are invited to present research or creative projects about any water-related topic in poster form or a 12-minute oral presentation. Students will receive feedback on presentation techniques and content from water professionals who have volunteered their expertise and time.
First-, second- and third-place awards and prizes for top posters and presentations will be awarded at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Students interested in presenting should submit abstracts by March 28.
The Student Water Symposium Committee organizes, schedules and seeks funding opportunities for the event in collaboration with faculty adviser Denielle Perry.
More information about the event can be found on the water symposium website.